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An enormously successful graduate program just got better
Never satisfied to rest on its laurels, D'Amore-McKim is taking its MS in Accounting/MBA program up a notch by including a new four-course concentration in analytics. The move is responsive to a major shift in the accounting field that is fueled, in part, by dramatic advances in artificial intelligence and other technologies.
Faculty profile: Kamber Hetrick
The D'Amore-McKim School of Business recently welcomed Kamber Hetrick as an assistant professor in the Accounting group.
Faculty profile: Summer (Xia) Xiao
The D'Amore-McKim School of Business Accounting group is recently welcomed Summer (Xia) Xiao as an assistant professor.
Money management for the post-retirement workforce
Assistant Academic Specialist Timothy Gagnon shares personal finance advice for those re-entering the workforce after retirement.
Newest MS in Accounting/MBA cohort visits Global Six
The 52nd cohort of the Graduate School of Professional Accounting had their first visit with one of the six leading accounting firms in the world. This meeting is just one of many interactions in the program between students and potential future employers, highlighting the program's emphasis on incorporating global, experiential learning alongside rigorous academics in the classroom.
Tips for a tax-deductible vacation
Personal finance expert Timothy Gagnon shares tips and advice for managing tax-deductible personal time during business travel.
Wright retires after 15 years
After 15 years as an accounting professor at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business, Arnold Wright has retired. Regarded as one of the foremost auditing behavioral scholars, Wright spent much of his time here focused on accelerating and strengthening the academic lives of his students.
Immersive experiences set MSA/MBA students apart
After 11 months in the Graduate School of Professional Accounting program, 97 percent of 2016 graduates have been offered permanent positions at leading professional accounting firms, when just over a year ago, they had little to no experience in the accounting field.