The Master in Professional Accounting Council (MPAC) is a student organization that exists to create community between all MPA students, no matter which approach they take. Students who hard in the program and play hard outside of school with MPAC.
Who We AreTraditional, Integrated, and ECON-MPAs come together to network and create a sense of community within the MPA program. As a group we hope to instill a sense of unity and support for all MPA students. Through social events and community outreach we strive to not only be better students but create values and practices we can carry with us throughout our careers.
Our MissionThe mission of the MPA Council is to unite and build camaraderie between all MPA students through academic achievement, professional development, service to the community, and social engagement while upholding the environment, values, and integrity of the MPA Program, the most highly regarded accounting program in the nation.
Academic Achievement & Professional Development
Texas MPA students seek excellence both in the classroom and in the workplace. Academic Achievement entails devotion to studying, research, and discipline, knowing that skills and habits learned at the University of Texas will be carried over post-graduation. Professional Development encompasses both nuance and ethics. Successful professionals have great interpersonal skills, panache and ambition. Successful professionals also maintain their integrity and do not allow their desires to overcome their ethics.
Service to the Community
Texas MPA students are leaders in the McCombs School of Business and the University of Texas, and they will continue to be leaders in the professional sphere. Because of this, it is imperative that MPA students be proactive, set the example, and take the lead in giving back to the community. By utilizing our roles as leaders and taking the initiative, we strive to help others by the giving back with our time and talents.
Recent Academic and Professional Development activities include: TSCPA Speaker Panel, Traditional & 5th year MPA Panel
Recent service includes: Preschool Volunteer Event, Food Drive with Capital Area Food Bank
Recent Social activities include: Blazertag, Tower Tour, Plucker’s Trivia Night
The Texas MPA Program is vigorous, and as students progress through it, lifelong bonds are formed. As students strive for academic achievement, professional development, and service opportunities, an anticipated outcome is a vibrant community among MPA students. The camaraderie that is formed through these experiences contributes to student life and will enhance the professional world after graduation.
To be eligible for membership, students must be enrolled in the MPA program and actively take courses toward the MPA degree.
To contact an officer, find out more details about our events, or be included in our email distribution list, please send an email.