Graduate Programs

Push intellectual boundaries

Millsaps College graduate programs include Master of Accountancy, Master of Business Administration and an Executive MBA. Our Early Start program allow qualified students to start taking M.Acc. graduate courses during the second semester of their senior year.

Accounting

Accounting

Accounting is often referred to as the language of business. Individuals and businesses rely upon accountants to collect and classify information and determine financial stability. The Else School of Management provides a BBA in accounting as well as a Master of Accountancy (M.Acc.)

Executive Master of Business Administration

Executive Master of Business Administration

An executive Master of Business Administration, or executive MBA, allows experienced professionals to gain the base of knowledge, executive skills and abilities needed to assume leadership positions in organizations that compete in a dynamic, global environment.

Master of Accountancy (M.Acc.)

Master of Accountancy (M.Acc.)

The Millsaps Master of Accountancy (M.Acc.) program is designed to help you prepare for and pass the CPA exam. Our goal is for you to pass all four sections before you graduate — setting you up for success and allowing you to focus on your career.

Master of Business Administration

Master of Business Administration

Our program equips you with the knowledge and insight to think bigger and make a greater impact in industry and the community. Courses include data analytics, entrepreneurship, finance, global studies and marketing.

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Q&A with Victoria Gorham

Millsaps was a transformative institution for me. I always knew I wanted to teach at a liberal arts college like it when I finished graduate school.

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Millsaps Approves New Majors and Master’s Programs

Millsaps Approves New Majors and Master’s Programs

Keeping with our vision to produce informed, creative-thinking and versatile people who are career-ready, Millsaps College recently expanded its curriculum by approving six new majors for undergraduates and two new master’s degree programs.

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