Students will be admitted to the Online Master of Accountancy based on a variety of key qualifications. Evaluation criteria will include not only academic success (as represented by a student’s GPA), but also other factors such as professional work experience, leadership experience, and academic aptitude (as displayed by GMAT or GRE scores). Future job potential will be evaluated through interviews by a panel of faculty, staff, and alumni representatives from the accounting profession. Additionally, student motivation and readiness will be assessed through review of their statement of objectives included in the application process.
Online MAcc Degree Admission Requirements
The following are admissions requirements for the Online MAcc:
- Four-year accredited bachelor’s degree from a U.S. institution
- Competitive GMAT or GRE score
- Must meet the accounting prerequisites listed below:
- Accounting I and II
- Intermediate Financial Accounting I and II
- Accounting Information Systems
- Cost and Managerial Accounting
- Introduction to Taxation
- Competitive undergraduate GPA
- Applicants may be required to interview
Work experience may be considered in lieu of some admittance requirements. Additionally, students that are employed or otherwise financially supported by an employer (i.e. an accounting firm or corporation) may receive a waiver of some admittance requirements.