Master's degrees

Hiring demand is up for all b-school disciplines, including accounting. According to the GMAC 2017 Corporate Recruiters Survey, "Overall, 89 percent of companies with plans to hire Master of Accounting graduates will maintain (52%) or increase (37%) the number of these graduates they hire in 2017 compared with 2016

Globalization continues to affect industries of all shapes and sizes. And while tax remained untouched for quite a while, the global financial crisis in 2008 and the start of multinational reform in 2013 sparked widespread change in the global tax environment. In its most recent issue of EY Tax Insights, Ernst & Young contemplates the future of the tax landscape: “Interconnected. That’s the word tax experts believe best sums up the future tax environment around the globe.”

Balancing school with the other demands of your life requires time, effort, and a bit of juggling. But while finding the perfect balance can be a challenge, it’s far from unattainable. Consider the following tips to get more out of grad school (and everything else on your plate). 

Since U.S. News & World Report began ranking programs in 2012, W. P. Carey has placed in the top five every year for its Online MBA program. The same also can be said for non-MBA business master's degrees.