Franziska Griecci ‘14, senior II auditor at Ernst & Young, still remembers the first day of the Master of Science in Accountancy (MSA) program at Bentley.
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For a long time, Ashley Yantz MSA ’13 always had dreams of becoming a neuroscientist.
When Gloria Jiang MSA ’14 was an undergraduate, she says she purposely tried to stay away from her parents’ career paths in finance and accounting when she was deciding the major in college.
Jelena Majkic, MSA ‘12, began her college education in Serbia. There, she studied Accounting and Auditing, completing both an undergraduate and a graduate degree. Afterwards, she decided to come to America for a Master of Science in Accounting (MSA).
Whether or not you plan on majoring in accounting, every student who plans to work in business after graduation needs to have an understanding of how companies operate financially, especially if you plan to hold a position of leadership in the future.
A professor in both Accountancy and Information and Process Management, Jane Fedorowicz holds a PhD from Carnegie Mellon University. She enjoys researching real world problems with an interdisciplinary perspective, like her work on public safety networks and police use of social media.
In 1985, big box retailer Home Depot’s stock dropped 23 percent. The reasons why were complex, and it took a dedicated leadership team to resolve those issues.
Michael Lin (MSA ’10) has always been interested in the “language” of the business world. He first began learning it while working toward an undergraduate degree in Finance in Beijing, but quickly decided to go on to pursue a master’s degree.