College of Business
Master of Professional Accounting (MPAcc)

Outcomes

Job Placement 

Near 100% placement rate for the last several years. 

Butler undergraduate students participate in a four-year, structured career development program with career mentor and two required internships. We work with a large network of employers and alumni and our graduates are in high demand.

Each fall, we host at least two evenings with representatives from the larger and regional public accounting firms. These firms come to campus to promote their internship programs and recruit students. 

In addition, we have an active accounting club that organizes presentations and networking opportunities for students. For example, the group recently hosted representatives from the Internal Auditors Association who discussed careers in internal auditing.

Located in Indianapolis

Our location in the heart of Indianapolis is ideal for networking, internships and full-time employment opportunities. Through the MPAcc program, students interact with member of the Indiana CPA Society and the Indiana State Board of Accountancy.

Dan HalterThe objective of the MPAcc program is to prepare students for the CPA exam and I was able to pass the exam before the start of my career. In studying for the exam and working for PwC, it is apparent that the knowledge I gained through the program is both relevant and applicable. It is a requirement at PwC to pass the exam to be eligible for promotion; therefore, the benefits of the program will be realized not only daily but over the course of my career.  

Dan Halter '10
Assurance Associate, PwC