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An Excellent Opportunity to Accomplish Two Goals at Once!

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 your CPA Exam and/or licensing requirements in your state. Students must check with their state board of accountancy for eligibility requirements.

Keller CPA Exam Prep Courses that integrate Becker CPA Review can equal up to nine graduate level semester credits.
Section Credits Earned
CPA Exam Preparation: Auditing and Attestation (ACCT591) 2
CPA Exam Preparation: Business Environment and Concepts (ACCT592) 2
CPA Exam Preparation: Financial Accounting and Reporting (ACCT593) 3
CPA Exam Preparation: Regulation (ACCT594) 2
Total 9

Multiple Accounting Options with DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management

Keller’s MBA + CPA Preparation Option
It makes sense to add an MBA degree to your CPA credential and boost your career potential. Most states require 150 credit hours to qualify for the CPA Exam and/or licensing. Why not get an MBA degree while securing these necessary credit hours? And through a partnership with DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management, CPA Exam review courses that feature Becker can be utilized as electives.

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Keller's Master's in Accounting Degree Program (MSAC)
Designed for individuals who have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Business Administration with an Accounting focus, this degree program is a fast-track educational option that builds on your previous accounting coursework. 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 your CPA exam and/or licensing requirements in your state. Students must check with their state board of accountancy for eligibility requirements.

This unique 30-credit-hour program addresses "in-demand" advanced accounting competencies and specialties such as International Accounting, Ethics and Forensic Accounting, Taxation, and Accounting and Information Systems.

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Keller's Master of Accounting and Financial Management Degree (MAFM)
Ideal for the career transitioner, this program is designed for individuals who do not have a strong educational background in accounting, but seek a career in this stable and growing profession. Accounting foundations coursework is paired with an emphasis in public accounting, and includes CPA Exam prep coursework featuring Becker's proven CPA Exam Review.

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Keller’s Graduate Certificate in CPA Preparation
This unique graduate certificate is great for CPA candidates who want to earn the necessary credit hours to meet most states' licensing requirements* as well as benefit from exam prep utilizing Becker's learning approach. In addition, you can receive a relevant academic credential to increase your marketability and help prepare you for a future career.

* 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


Review assessment options
DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management does not require completion of the GMAT or GRE exams if your undergraduate grade point average was at least 2.70, based on a 4.00 scale, and you earned a grade of B or better in college algebra and English composition. If testing is required, you can provide GMAT or GRE scores or take the Keller-administered admission test, which can generally be completed at the time of the admission interview at no charge.

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