iMSA Program

Welcome iMSA Students!

The iMSA team is available to assist you at all times. We recommend that you bookmark this page for future reference, as it will be very useful as you complete the program. If you have any questions or issues, please contact us at i-support@illinois.edu.







iConverge

iConverge is our annual on-campus networking and professional development event. It is a chance for students to see familiar friends, make new ones, and develop professional relationships outside the classroom.

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Graduation

Gies College of Business grants degrees three times a year -- in May, August, and December. You need to submit an application for graduation in your final term in order to place your name on the degree list and receive your diploma.

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News and Events

Deloitte’s Fleurimond to speak, explore future of higher education

Gies MBA alumna Betty Fleurimond is using her acumen in technology and business strategy in the fastest growing sector at Deloitte – higher education – as chair of the Deloitte Center for Higher Education Excellence and National Higher Education Cloud ERP portfolio leader.

Professor explores what’s driving IPOs during the pandemic

Cash from more than $1 trillion in savings is creating pent up demand for IPOs, according to Nerissa Brown, associate professor of accountancy at Gies College of Business and a nationally recognized expert on financial reporting and IPOs.

Gies iMSA student lands SEC internship

Jody Hrazanek, who is expected to graduate in May 2022 from Gies' online master's in accounting (iMSA) program, was recently accepted into the Security and Exchange Commission’s Student Honors internship program.

Reading Day/IT No Change Period in effect

Champaign , USA

Event Type: Other

The Technology Services No Change period is designed to minimize the number of technical disruptions that might occur around final exams.

 

Beginning on Reading Day and continuing a few days past the end of finals, Technology Services tries to make no technical changes to hardware or software that might disrupt the availability of the campus network, data storage, web sites or any of the software-based services that Technology Services provides to campus. Changes or updates will only be made by Technology Services for emergency purposes during the No Change period.

Contact: Technology Services Help Desk244-7000
consult@illinois.edu