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  In this case study, it analysis with the given article about how Business School
  adds value and who receives that value and explains about economic and quality
  aspects.
                Sub: Economics



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         Cost Management in a University

              Most states now require five years of education for accounting graduates to sit for the Certified Public
              Accountant (CPA) examination. Many accounting jobs, however, do not require a CPA license; so many
              students still seek only four-year degrees. The Business School at Cassidy University offers three degrees
              in accounting:


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         (1) Bachelor of Science (BS) in Accounting, (2) Masters of Professional Accountancy (MPA), and (3) Master of
         Business Administration in Accounting (MBA). Tuition for a semester of graduate study costs approximately
         twice as much as a semester of undergraduate study. Undergraduate students who meet certain academic
         requirements are normally admitted to the BS program at the end of their sophomore year after taking a series
         of prerequisite courses. 
								
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