June 2002

The Value of a Master’s Degree

Your August 2001 article, “Getting to 150 Hours: A Survey of CPA Exam Candidates,” gave me new and much-needed insight into my options for meeting the 150-hour requirement.

Currently I am an undergraduate student at Central Michigan University with a bachelor’s degree in accounting, and I hope to be a master’s student at DePaul University.

I had not yet decided whether to attend a Master’s of Accountancy program, but the knowledge I gained from the authors’ research made my decision to look into DePaul simple. Thank you again for publishing this article; I cannot tell you how much it influenced my decision.

Dustin Whitman, Weidman, Mich.

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