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Is it wise to pursue these to graduate degrees-Public Administration & Accounting

charmingfairycharmingfairy Registered User Posts: 2 New Member

I asked this question earlier today but it was a bit long, like a confession or something.

My question:

Do you think it is wise to pursue a Masters in Public Administration(MPA) and a Masters in Accounting(MACC) (not at the same time)? Although I will not pursue these at the same time, MPA degree allows one to take about 3 elective classes. I am thinking about working on the MPA and taking those 3 elective classes to later start the MACC.

Am I wasting my time considering that I already have a BS in Business Administration?

Your advice will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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