Application Supplemental MAcc
Graduate Student Application Uploaded Documents
MAcc - Master of Accounting
All documents should be uploaded in the "Supporting Documents" page of the University Application in ".doc" format. We recommend that you print this page and the application checklist as a reference when completing the application.
- In Document 1, upload - Applicant Statement (required)
- In Document 2, upload - An up-to-date curriculum vita/resume, an excellent prior academic record, from accredited universities and indicating work experience including dates and positions held, as well as noting full-time or part-time employment. (required)
- In Document 3, please scan & upload photocopies of your official transcripts. (recommended)
- In Document 4, please scan & upload photocopies of your GMAT scores and TOEFL scores (if applicable). (recommended)
Three (3) recommendations from former college professors, employers, or anyone understands your skills and abilities, must be submitted through the ONLINE application only. Paper letters of recommendation are not accepted.
Deadlines for Submission
The Master of Accounting program begins every semester. The application deadlines for admission to the Master of Accounting Program and for Master of Accounting Fellowships/Assistantships are as follows:
Fall entry ---- June 1
Spring entry ---- October 1
Summer entry ---- March 1
These deadlines are for receipt of all required materials. In order to meet these deadlines, you should plan to take the GMAT at least one semester prior to applying for admission. Notices of action on both admission and financial assistance applications are normally mailed eight to ten weeks prior to the beginning of each term.
International applicant deadlines are set by the Admissions Office. Deadlines are:
Fall entry ---- May 1
Spring entry ---- September 1
Summer entry ---- February 1
All applicants should also visit the College of Business Master of Accounting Program Admission website here to view the application checklist.