Most people have said they want to change careers at least once in their life. Actually having the guts to quit and go down unchartered territory is another story.
One CU Denver student did just that. After 10 years as a math teacher, Kristine Napier was ready for a change. A master’s degree would give her both the skills and connections to jumpstart her new career. Napier applied and was accepted into CU Denver’s MS in Accounting program. Read more
The CU Denver Business School has partnered with the Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) to allow students in western states to enroll in qualifying graduate programs and pay in-state tuition.
The new tuition rates will begin in Fall 2017 for any newly admitted students. The qualifying programs include:
According to a 2013 Quinnipiac survey, approximately two-thirds of Americans find the federal income tax system to be too complicated, and therefore resort to outsourcing the work of filing to a third party. More often than not, those who choose this option pay hefty fees for the convenience of having their taxes prepared for them. Thanks to Beta Alpha Psi’s (BAP) new tax assistance program, however, come tax day, you won’t have to pay a dime. Read more
Amanda Pajonk has taken full advantage of the opportunities her CU Denver Business School scholarships have afforded her. Amanda, who is a senior majoring in Accounting with a minor in Economics, is heavily involved with her Business School program while working full time at a real estate development company. She is an active member of Beta Alpha Psi and was a speaker at the 2015 Annual Business School Scholarship Luncheon. Read more
Undergraduate students at the University of Colorado Denver Business School now have the opportunity to enroll in dual degree programs to obtain their MS in Information Systems or their MS in Accounting in addition to their bachelor degrees.
Students pursuing an undergraduate degree in accounting can apply for the BS/MS Accounting 4+1 degree program. The program allows students to complete both degrees in as little as five years by substituting two graduate courses for two undergraduate courses. Read more
Kersie Jhabvala was CU Denver Business School graduate student in the Accounting Program prior to graduating this past December. Kersie shared with us the story that led to her choosing CU Denver and eventually graduating from the university.
“So my story actually started on the east coast—I was born and raised in North Carolina, then went on to run Track and Field/Cross Country at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Read more
Director of Accounting and Associate Professor, Michael Roberts, is no stranger to accounting for taxes. In fact, he’s quite the expert. That’s why WalletHub – a “social network for your wallet” – asked him for his opinion for the article, 2015’s Best States to Be Rich or Poor from a Tax Perspective. The article “identified the best states where people in different income brackets spend the most and least on sales and excise taxes, property taxes and income taxes.”
Additionally, the article featured a number of experts in the field – including Roberts – and asked them the following questions:
What is the most efficient way to distribute tax burden across income levels?