After the first two months at U.Va., the bloggers wanted to find out what students at McIntire love about Charlottesville and the MSA Program! As the fall season approaches, this is what students had to say:
“When you have teams that are diverse and are inclusive, you absolutely have a higher product, more quality, better financial results and, frankly, a better environment within to work.”
~ Mark Weinberger, Global Chairman and CEO, EY
What do you get when you combine McIntire’s M.S. in Accounting, EY, and a commitment to diversity and inclusiveness? The EY Scholars Program.
Coming from Southwest University, a small liberal arts school in Texas, I was not exposed to on campus recruiting at all. We did not have access to many firms and there was not a formal recruitment process sponsored by the school. I did well enough on my own, interning for a large regional firm as well as an oil and gas production company during my undergraduate career. But I knew that in order to pursue my career aspirations I would need to look for a graduate program that would expose me to the Big Four and the other major public accounting firms.
Recruiting Future Hoos! Kenisha Subero (M.S. in Accounting Class of 2015) and Assistant Director of Graduate Recruiting Molly Baker represented the University of Virginia and McIntire School of Commerce at the National Association of Black Accountants Eastern Region Student Conference in Bethesda, Maryland.
Professor Eric Negangard
Course Description for GCOM 7360 Forensic Accounting:
Where else can a group of girls go to wind down after a week of grad school classes to enjoy music, painting, and sipping on wine? At the Wine and Design Studio in downtown Charlottesville, local artists teach a class with step-by-step directions so everyone goes home with a fabulous piece of art that they created. This class was called the ”Painting of the Seasons of the Rotunda”, one of the most beautiful and historic buildings on U.V.a Grounds, or campus.