150-hour Integrated BSAcc/MAcc Program Admissions

Undergraduate Level

Students who are admitted to MU and indicate an interest in studying accounting may visit the Undergraduate Advising Office of the College of Business (111 Cornell Hall, 573-882-7073).

The 150-hour Integrated BSAcc/MAcc program is open to qualified undergraduate students at Mizzou as well as qualified undergraduates who transfer to MU from other colleges and universities. Interested students not already admitted to Mizzou should visit the Office of Admissions website.

Undergraduate students are also responsible for completing all Trulaske College of Business requirements. A student must first be admitted to the Trulaske College of Business before they are eligible to apply to the 150-hr Integrated BSAcc/MAcc program.

Admittance to the 150-hour Integrated BSAcc/MAcc accountancy program requires the following minimum standards. Meeting minimum standards does not guarantee admission.

Admission decisions are made in the spring for fall admissions only. Admission cutoffs are revised each year in order to accommodate approximately 160 students annually. This is the number of students that can be served with current authorized faculty staffing and still maintain program quality and meet accreditation standards. Students meeting the minimum requirements are selected for admission based on their cumulative GPA of record until the enrollment limit for that year is reached. Admission is competitive; in recent years an overall cumulative GPA above a 3.0 was necessary to be admitted to the 150-Hour Program.

Students admitted to the 150-Hour Program must maintain a cumulative UM grade point average of 3.0 or higher for coursework completed subsequent to admission to the 150-hour program to be considered in good standing in the program and may be placed on probation.

Applications are open February 1-15

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Learn More about the Accountancy Admissions Process

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Accountancy Requirements Review

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Requirements to Apply

  • Completion of a minimum of 54 semester hours of college credit with at least a 3.0 GPA of record (UM GPA)
  • Course work completed must include the following pre-accountancy courses (or equivalent) with a minimum GPA of 3.0 regardless of where the course is taken:
    • Acct 2036 (or Acct 2026 or Acct 2136H), Accounting I
    • Acct 2037 (or Acct 2027 or Acct 2137H), Accounting II
    • Econ 1014 or 1024 Microeconomics
    • Econ 1015 Macroeconomics
    • *English 1000, Exposition and Argumentation;
    • *Math 1300, Finite Mathematics
    • Math 1400, Elements of Calculus
    • *Stat 2500, Introduction to Probability and Statistics I
  • Grades of B- or better must be earned in the following courses, regardless of where the course is taken:
    • Acct 2036 (or Acct 2026 or Acct 2136H), Accounting I
    • Acct 2037 (or Acct 2027 or Acct 2137H), Accounting II
  • Additional coursework to be completed includes:
    • Acct 2258, Computer-Based Data Systems
    • BA 1500, Foundation of Business and Professional Development Principles
    • BA 2500, Intermediate Professional Development Principles
    • *Math 1100, College Algebra

*Courses must be completed with a grade of C- of higher.

Professional EDGE

  • Students must earn a minimum of 70 Professional EDGE points (maximum of 100) at the lower level to be considered for official admittance to the upper level. Once admitted, students must earn a total of 200 Professional EDGE points for graduation.
  • Consult the Professional EDGE webpage for specific requirements.
  • If a student fails to meet the Professional EDGE requirements, the student will be removed from the Upper Level.

Graduate Level

Students who successfully complete the undergraduate portion (first four years or 120 hours) of the 150-hour professional accountancy curriculum and maintain a cumulative UM grade point average of 3.0 or higher since admission to the program will submit an application to be admitted to the Graduate School and the graduate (master's) portion of the 150-Hour Program. Once admitted to the Graduate School, students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative graduate GPA in all courses taken. Upon successful completion of the fifth year or graduate portion of the program, students are awarded both the BSAcc and MAcc degrees. When a student begins to take graduate classes they will begin paying graduate fees for coursework regardless of time spent on campus.

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