What might seem like a large commitment early on is actually quite small when you compare it to the enormous dividends you’ll realize over the course of your career.
Because careers in accounting and finance are in high demand and command strong salaries, the ROI of a Master of Accounting degree from UNC Kenan-Flagler makes the math work.
The financial part of your investment starts with tuition/fees and books. Subtract from that any “free money” – fellowships, scholarships, military benefits, or employer support – you receive as well as your personal resources (savings/family support). The remainder is your student loan amount.
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