Graduate Assistant Opportunties
Graduate Assistantships provide an opportunity to apply graduate course learning in research, teaching, and learning environments. Students employed in a graduate assistantship work on average 19 hours per week from August 1 – December 31 and January 1 – May 31.
Only students accepted into an MSU graduate program, who are not otherwise employed by MSU, and enrolled in 6-credits per semester will be considered for a Graduate Assistantship.
This page will provide descriptions and links to assistantship opportunities offered through the Jake Jabs College of Business & Entrepreneurship.
Accounting (MPAc) Opportunities:
How do I apply for a Graduate Teaching Assistantship (GTA)?
You must be a fully admitted graduate student to apply for a graduate teaching assistantship (GTA) position. All continuing and incoming fully admitted MPAc students will be e-mailed a GTA application in the spring (usually in April) for the following academic year. If there are any openings for the spring term, all continuing and incoming fully admitted MPAc students will be e-mailed a GTA application in the fall (usually November).
A limited number of GTA positions are available and are awarded on a competitive basis. GTAs provide instructional support for faculty and tutoring services for accounting students. In exchange, GTAs receive a partial tuition waiver and a small monthly stipend.
There some scholarships available for graduate students. Click here for scholarship information.