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Admissions

We welcome students from ALL educational and professional backgrounds — business/finance, accounting, math and applied sciences, English and the humanities, and more.

If you don’t have an accounting background, you can choose to earn your degree on campus OR earn it online. Both offer excellent benefits and both are built to accommodate students with no prior accounting coursework or experience. You’ll want to select the format that best suits your schedule and preference.

If you already have an accounting background (more than 12 credits), you’ll need to take the online format. It’s specifically designed to accommodate students with varying levels of accounting experience – from those with no coursework or work experience at all to those who have spent significant time with the material in class or in the profession.

For the online format, if you enter with an accounting-heavy background you will receive a personalized curriculum that incorporates additional business coursework and/or waivers for courses they have already completed. In these situations, the total credit hours may be less than the program’s standard requirements, which also reduces your cost to complete the program.

International Applicants to the Online Format
Due to immigration regulations governing employment, international students enrolled in the online format are not eligible to participate in campus-based employer recruitment events or internships in the U.S.

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We’re seeking bright, motivated students to join our program. If that sounds like you, take a closer look and reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns. We’re here to help!

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Application Requirements

Our graduate program doesn't have prerequisites and it's open to anyone, regardless of your undergraduate major or professional experience. GMAT/GRE exemptions and waivers are available.

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Application Deadlines

You can start our MAC program online in January, March, June, and September, and on campus in June. Admissions are on a rolling basis; however, deadlines guide our fellowship-consideration windows.

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Selection Criteria

If you are – or if you’ve been called -- a problem solver, a strong communicator, an analytical thinker, or a leader, let’s talk. No matter your background or experience level, if you’re driven to succeed, we can help.

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Information Sessions

We regularly host live events and webinars on a variety of topics. These are excellent opportunities for you to meet our admissions and career experts and pepper us with any questions you have.

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Student Ambassadors

The best way to learn about a program is to connect with those who are in it. Our ambassadors come from different majors, different career paths, and even different countries, but they’re all ready to meet you.

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Tuition and Financial Aid

Yes, grad school is an investment, but it’s a solid investment. Simply put, the math works. We also offer fellowships – some as high as $25,000 – and financial aid to students in both our online and on-campus formats.

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