Yaeger CPA Review and Ellis University are offering CPA candidates a "fast-track" route to an MBA degree.

The online university is allowing CPAs to receive up to nine credits toward their MBA at no cost, and they will need only 27 more credits to earn the MBA. After candidates have taken the Yaeger CPA Review’s HomeStudy course for any part of the CPA Exam and successfully passed that section, they receive up to three credits toward an MBA from Ellis University. Then when they pass either the Financial Accounting and Reporting or the Regulation part of the exam, they will earn three MBA credits for each part. For Auditing and Attestation, they can earn two credits, and a single credit for Business Environment and Concept, giving them a total of nine MBA credits.

Participants need to be a matriculated Ellis University MBA student for at least three courses (nine credits), and Ellis will grant the additional nine credits toward their MBA, allowing them to save over $6,000.

For more information, visit http://www.yaegercpareview.com/content/online-mba-ellis-university-14.cfm.

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