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Masters in IT?

Hello all,

I finished undergrad school with enough hours to sit for the CPA exam. So my game plan is to pass the exam without a masters degree (which is useless, or so I’ve heard). So rather than get an MSA, I’m thinking of getting a Masters in IT, since all of accounting is electronic now. I’d presume a masters in IT would put me ahead of my peers.

Any thoughts?

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