Kent State's quality MS Accounting program prepares graduates for responsible leadership positions in public, corporate, nonprofit, and government accounting. Upon the completion of the program and 150 semester credit hours, students will be considered as having met the educational requirement for sitting for the CPA exam in the State of Ohio. Kent State MSA graduates have gone on to careers in public accounting firms, private CPA practices and corporate finance departments.
The Career Services Center (CSC) is a major source of employer information for many graduate students. An advisor for graduate students in business is available throughout the year. The CSC provides personalized assistance in resume writing, cover letter preparation, interviewing techniques, and trends in hiring. The CSC also networks with local and national businesses to provide an online career site.