Anyone who has a bachelor’s degree or is in the process of completing a bachelor’s degree is eligible to apply to the MAcc program. Admission to the program is competitive based on several criteria. Application deadlines and admission requirements are as follows:

All application materials can be submitted online. Download detailed application steps before you begin the application process. You will be required to submit the following items:

1. An OFFICIAL transcript or “etranscript” from the institution granting your undergraduate degree and from any institution(s) where you have completed graduate study at the time of your application.

2. The score from your Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), if applicable.

3. International students only: The score from your Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) unless you have earned a degree from a U.S. institution.

4. Two letters of recommendation.

5. Pledge to support the Honor System of the School of Business.

6. Current Resume.

7. Three essays.

8. $65 application fee.

DOMESTIC STUDENTS

Summer admission - Application opens December 15

Regular admission March 1 (applicant notified by March 31)

Extended admission until April 19 (applicant notified by May 1)

Fall admission - Application opens December 15

Regular admission March 1 (applicant notified by March 31)

Extended admission until July 1

Spring admission - Application opens August 1

Regular admission October 15 (applicant notified by November 1)

NON-KU INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Summer admission - Application opens December 15

February 15 (applicant notified by March 31)

Fall admission - Application opens December 15

February 15 (applicant notified by March 31)

Spring admission - Application opens August 1

October 1 (applicant notified by November 1)


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