Graduate Programs with CPA Exam Preparation
Our CPA exam preparation curriculum can put you at a unique advantage because it integrates Becker Professional Education's proven CPA Exam Review. Students who prepare with Becker pass the CPA Exam at double the rate of non-Becker candidates.1
For over 50 years, Becker has been the leader in CPA review preparing over 400,000 candidates for the CPA Exam. And because Becker's proven exam review is infused into Keller's CPA preparation courses, you can prepare for the CPA Exam and earn your master's degree simultaneously, helping you save time and tuition. Additionally, you can earn academic credits that may help satisfy the sitting and/or licensing requirements in your state. Students must check with their state board of accountancy for eligibility requirements.
Learn on your own terms
You can take the CPA exam preparation courses on campus at one of our 85+ locations across the country2, complete the coursework online, or combine on campus and online study to fit your schedule. In addition, you can incorporate CPA exam preparation coursework into your MBA, MSAC, MAFM or CPA Preparation Graduate Certificate. And since Keller's CPA exam preparation courses feature Becker's proven CPA Review, you can save time and tuition, increase your chances of passing the CPA exam and broaden your career potential in this growing field.
MBA in Accounting
You are pursuing an MBA in Accounting because you want to obtain an advanced degree to distinguish yourself in the business community. The MBA degree offers a wide range of core business competencies such as HR, marketing, IT and general management. Focusing on skills and knowledge directly relevant to accounting, and tapping into the professional expertise of faculty who are industry leaders, the Keller MBA with an Accounting concentration can help give you a professional edge in one of today's fastest-growing fields. Incorporate our CPA exam preparation courses that utilize Becker's CPA Exam Review to maximize your coursework and prepare for the next phase of your career.
Master of Accounting (MSAC)
Ideal for CPA candidates, we designed an accelerated MSAC degree program to help you streamline your advancement. You can broaden your career possibilities while exploring coursework relevant to your professional development, such as CPA exam preparation courses that integrate Becker Professional Education's CPA Exam Review.
Master of Accounting & Financial Management (MAFM)
Taught from the perspective of industry leaders working in the field, the MAFM degree program can help you master the skills necessary to break into the world of accounting and finance. Incorporate our CPA exam preparation courses that utilize Becker's CPA Exam Review to maximize your coursework and prepare you for the next phase of your career.
CPA Preparation Graduate Certificate
This unique graduate certificate is great for CPA candidates who want to earn the necessary credit hours to meet most states' sitting and/or licensing requirements3 as well as benefit from exam preparation utilizing Becker's CPA Exam Review. In addition, you get a relevant academic credential to increase your marketability and prepare you for a future career.
Already a CPA?
If you're already a CPA, Keller's MBA in Accounting program can help you expand your professional potential and meet your annual Continuing Professional Education (CPE) requirements for keeping your license up to date. Also, check with your employer to see if Keller coursework qualifies for reimbursement from an employer tuition assistance program.
Take your first step on the path now
Request more information about Keller's partnership with Becker Professional Education and how you can help yourself get ready for the big day: the CPA Exam.
1 Becker Professional Education students pass at double the rate of all CPA Exam candidates who did not take a Becker course, based on averages of AICPA-published pass rates. Data verified by an independent third-party research firm
2 Availability varies by location.
3 To become a licensed CPA, you must be declared eligible for the examination, and subsequently licensed, by the board of accountancy in one of the 54 U.S. jurisdictions. In most states, eligibility rules indicate 150 hours of college credit are required to get your CPA license. However, to become eligible to sit for the exam, you must meet specific requirements as determined by the board of accountancy for the jurisdiction for which you are applying. To determine the specific exam application requirements for a particular jurisdiction, please click here.