The Anderson MACCT prepares students with or without accounting backgrounds in the accounting profession to be experts in areas such as taxation, information assurance, auditing, finance, fraud, and managerial accounting. With individualized attention from the MACCT staff and professors, students obtain the skills and analytical thinking to become CPAs and leaders in their field. All concentrations in the MACCT program are 33 credit hours and prepare students to take the CPA exam upon completion.
Anderson MACCT News
The UNM Anderson School of Management & UNM Parish Memorial Library are giving finance students access to the Bloomberg Terminal, the top information platform used by leading decision makers around the world. The Bloomberg Terminal is a special, integrated software platform that provides access to real-time market information. The terminal will be used in finance classes to support the UNM Regents' Portfolio, a $2.9 Million student-managed fund.