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Speak the Language of Business with a Degree in Accounting

Accounting is the universal language of business: if you know the books, you know the business. An accounting degree from Metropolitan State University of Denver will prepare you to speak the language, tell the story and train you to be the professional you’ve always wanted to be.

The MSU Denver Accounting Degree Experience

If you’re just starting out and looking for an undergraduate degree, we offer the bachelor of science in accounting. Or, if you’re seeking advanced knowledge or are a career changer then our master of professional accountancy degree is for you.

Active learning is at the core of our bachelor’s and master’s degrees, and you will leave either program with excellent communication, critical thinking and leadership skills—all of which are in demand by employers. Your classes are led by a diverse faculty who offer strong academic knowledge and practical experience. The curriculum is relevant and exciting which means you get an education that is immediately applicable to the accounting profession and prepares you for lifelong learning.

Contact us to learn more the bachelor of science in accounting or the master of professional accountancy degrees.

Where Can I Work with an Acct. Degree?

Accounting students will position themselves for a variety of career and certification options.

  • Industry working as a staff accountant
  • Government agencies working as auditors
  • Community service organizations work with nonprofits
  • Small, local or large international certified public accounting firms as CPAs
  • Entrepreneurs working for themselves

Learn more about accounting career opportunities 


When Brandon Anderson, 3+2 MPAcc student, began his education at MSU Denver, he envisioned a very different academic path than the one on which he ultimately embarked. But recently, he and 25 of his fellow students served as honorary “special agents,” working to solve cases of identity theft, money laundering and embezzlement in a simulation led by the IRS. Read more...

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