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School of Accountancy

Join the competitive and rewarding field of accounting – and get an advantage at Mizzou. Students in the School of Accountancy acquire practical experience in the field of accounting, join helpful student organizations, and may access substantial financial aid, all in a degree that is nationally recognized for excellence.

The school’s educational mission is to provide students with the knowledge, learning capabilities, and personal and professional skills necessary to excel in professional and academic careers. The school’s research mission is to create economic and social value through the discovery, application, and dissemination of knowledge related to accountancy theory, practice, and education. The school is committed to maintaining a close relationship with the accounting profession and to fulfill its service responsibilities to the academic community and society.

On-Campus Degrees

The 150-Hour Program - combined BSAcc / MAcc degree

This program merges a Bachelor of Science in accounting and a Master of Accountancy into an integrated 150-hour curriculum (to be entered into as a junior). The curriculum provides students with a strong technical accountancy background, a broad advanced business background and professional skills such as public speaking and information systems skills.

PhD Program

This program trains and prepares students for academic careers at institutions having both research and teaching missions.  The program is completed in four or five years.