Cohort Master of Professional Accountancy
Cohort students come from a variety of professional backgrounds.
The cohort program is designed for students with non-accounting degrees—marketing, economics, law, journalism and more—to quickly earn a master of professional accountancy, prepare for the CPA exam, and move forward with a new career.
Careers in public or private accounting, auditing, and account management, among others, are all possible with a master in professional accountancy degree.
Top firms in Atlanta, and from around the country, regularly recruit our graduates because they know Robinson students eventually can become upper-level managers and partners.
The coursework focuses on assurance, financial reporting and analysis, accounting theory, and taxation. Our guest speaker series, Accounting Career Showcase, company site visits, community service projects, and other activities directly connect students with accounting industry leaders.
The School of Accountancy
Mission – Prepare students to be leaders in the culturally diverse, technologically advanced and rapidly changing world of accounting and serve the accounting and business profession through high quality research and service activities.