Am I cutting off options by deciding to do the Prep Track?

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Doing the Prep Track does not necessarily limit your options within public accounting should you choose not to pursue a Ph.D. The Prep Track may even open up unique opportunities because of the unique skill sets you have begun to develop in the Prep Track (e.g., statistical training, SAS training, reading/understanding research).

If you decide to not pursue a Ph.D. and want to work outside of public accounting, the quantitative background of the Prep Track may work to your advantage. Previous prep track members have gone into investment banking, consulting, internal auditing, and other areas. Their specialized knowledge has helped them to do well in these other areas.

For more information, see what you will be learning in the Ph.D. Prep Track.



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