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Accounting Schools in Minnesota

Accounting schools in Minnesota offer associate's, bachelor's, and master's degrees. These degrees are usually completed as part of a student's studies in business, management, or computer information systems. In fact, depending on which major is selected, a student can tailor his or her future career in the accounting field. For example, a person who studies accounting and management will take both accounting courses, such as finance, math, and payroll, and human resource courses, as well as development, management, communication, and psychology. A standard degree in accounting focuses on the principles, practices, laws, and ethics of the job. Once a student has completed his or her degree and gained some work experience, he or she may be eligible to achieve certification as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).