Montana CPAs to Speak to Montana Tech Business Students

09/06/2019

The Montana Society of Certified Public Accountants (MSCPA) will speak to Montana Tech business students and faculty at a luncheon on Friday, September 13th from noon to 2 PM in the Bob and Pauline Poore Conference Room in the Frank and Ann Gilmore University Relations Center on the campus of Montana Tech. At the event, the MSCPA leadership will discuss the current state of affairs and opportunities for individuals in the accounting profession. The presentation is free and open to students, faculty, staff and the general public.

“We are thrilled to have the folks from the MSCPA again here at Montana Tech,” said Dr. Tim Kober, Chair of the Business & Information Department. “We have a number students studying under our accounting option and this is an outstanding opportunity to learn about opportunities available in the profession as well as a chance to network with current accounting professionals.”

Accounting is one of the options available at Montana Tech in the Business & Information Technology Department, along with Management, Information Technology, Natural Resources Management and Construction Management. Tech’s accounting graduates are well on their way to earn their CPA licensure.

The MSCPA was founded in 1913 and currently enjoys approximately 1,800 members located around our state, our nation and the world. The organization provides up-to-the-minutes news as well as support and advocacy for its CPA members and the general public.

For any further information about this issue or any issue pertaining to Montana Tech or the BIT Department, please contact Amanda Badovinac at 406-496-4828 or Dr. Tim Kober at 406-496-4457.