How to Apply
From Dec. 1 to Feb. 1, the UM College of Business will waive application fees for the Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) and Master of Accountancy (MAcct) programs.
Applicants will need to submit the Learn More interest form in order to receive a code that will waive the $60 application fee. The code can then be entered at the end of the official application process.
Thank you for your interest in the University of Montana Master of Accountancy program. Applying to our program is easy. Complete the following application steps by the chosen application deadline. The admission committee evaluates applications within two weeks of the deadlines.
Thank you for your interest in the University of Montana MAster of Accountancy program. Applying to a graduate program is easy. Complete the following application steps by the chosen application deadline. The admission committee evaluates applications within two weeks of the deadlines.
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|Deadline||Fall Admission||Spring Admission||Summer Admission|
|February 1 *|
* Priority for scholarships and graduate assistantship application opportunity
Step 1: Complete Online Application
Complete the online Graduate School application: Apply Now!
- This is an electronic process that requires a $60 application fee due at the time of submission.
Step 2: Request Official Transcript(s)Submit documentation showing all previous college coursework.
- If undergraduate degree was earned from the University of Montana, we do not require official transcript(s) to be submitted.
- Submit official transcripts to:
- firstname.lastname@example.org -or-
- Gallagher Business Building Room 355, 32 Campus Dr. Missoula MT 59812
- MACCT ONLY A 3.0 GPA is required for all completed upper division prerequisite Accounting courses** for admissions to the MACCT program.
Step 3: Three Letters of Recommendation
Names and email address are supplied during the application process and the letters will be electronically collected by the university.
- Submit information for those qualified to attest to your academic potential or professional performance.
- Please view the Letter of Recommendation Form that will be requested by the university. We will email the form directly to the recipients provided in your application..
Step 4: Current ResumeSubmit your most recent resume.
- Include all work experience with dates of employment.
Step 5: Letter of IntentAddress letter to the Graduate Review Committee (2-3 paragraphs, no more than 1 page, in standard business format).
- Describe your objective for receiving the specific graduate degree you are applying for (MAcct, MBA, MSBA).
- Outline your career highlights, achievements and goals.
Step 6: Official GMAT Scores (if required)
Submit GMAT scores by the admission date, unless you have been granted a waiver (see below). Scores should be no older than five years.
More information on the GMAT can be found at www.mba.com/us. The website provides a complete description, including test dates and locations.
In general, a GMAT score of at least 500, verbal and quant sections at the 25th percentile or higher, and writing of 3.5 or above is expected.
A GMAT waiver will be considered for those applicants who meet the following criteria:
- At the date of application, submit a transcript that reflects:
- Completion of at least 11 upper division prerequisite accounting** credits at an AACSB-accredited business school, and
- A GPA of 3.0 or better in all the upper division prerequisite accounting* courses completed to date
- After acceptance, you must complete the remainder upper division prerequisite accounting** courses at an AACSB-accredited business school and maintain a GPA of 3.0 in this group of courses.
Students who have earned any upper division prerequisite accounting** credits at a school that is not AACSB-accredited are not eligible for a waiver.
** Prerequisite accounting courses include the following, or approved equivalents, taken within the last five years: ACTG 305, 306, 307, 321, 401, 410, 411, 425, and 426 (23 cr). If your coursework is over five years old, work experience applying the course content since you took it may be considered.
Applicants whose native language is not English must submit official TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) scores. NOTE: The TOEFL is waived for students whose undergraduate degree is from an English-speaking school.
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