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I am currently majoring in psychology with a gpa of 3.3, and I plan get an MSA (MAcc) degree so that I can sit for the CPA exam. My goal is work for the Big 4 in NYC.
So far I have looked into Boston College's MSA, and Baruch College's MSA, Rutgers, and CSU Fullerton, but I would like to expand my choices, because I have to get into a MSA (Macc) Program by the time I earn my bachelor's degree.
Are there any other MSA/MAcc Programs (excluding the ones I've already mentioned and excluding the ones mentioned in the MS Accounting directory thread ) that are open to non-accounting and non-business majors like myself?
Besides from Baruch College and Pace University, what other schools offer MBA with Accounting Programs?
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I hope to be waived out of the calculus requirement of MSA programs by completing Calculus I as an undergrad. So does it make a difference if I complete Calculus I at a community college instead of a four-year college?
will USC accept the calc class and give you credit? If they give you credit, than yes I would assume that would be fine. However, if they don't (which is why I'm assuming you're asking the question) I would call all the schools you're applying to and ask. Can't hurt and you want to be sure so that won't negatively affect your applications.