Lynn Pippenger School of Accountancy | USF Muma College of Business
USF Muma College of Business to launch redesigned graduate accountancy program to infuse information technology and predictive analytics USF will have a new, revamped Master of Accountancy degree program coming this fall. The MAcc program in the Lynn Pippenger School of Accountancy in the USF Muma College of Business will equip students with the skills employers seek in today’s rapidly changing, technology-driven, financial-reporting workforce.
Student Spotlight: Abraham Villa represents many firsts in his family Accounting student Abraham Villa is on track to be the first in his family to earn a master's degree.
Sarasota accountant takes up SEAL's call to action with cross-country charity run The 39-year-old USF Muma College of Business graduate student wants to be the fastest person to trek across America by foot. He is gunning for Pete Kostelnick’s trans-American running record. In 2016, Kostelnick recorded the fastest run across the U.S. in 42 days, six hours, and 30 minutes.
Luke Richardson, Accounting Instructor, Explains the Pluses and Minuses of Payroll Deferral The presidential executive order to implement a deferral of federal payroll tax for American workers intends to stimulate an economy mired in the COVID-19 crisis.
Muma College of Business Researchers Look at Cybersecurity Risk Management As the cybersecurity risks facing publicly held companies advance each day, the way those companies provide assurances that they are mitigating that risk may affect how willing investors are to invest, according to a recent study conducted by USF Muma College of Business accounting researchers.