MAcc Admission Requirements
To be considered by the Graduate Studies Committee, MAcc applicants must meet the following minimum requirements (separate criteria for AMP students):
- 4-year bachelor's degree
- 2.75 (4.0 scale) overall GPA
- International students only: TOEFL of 90 or IELTS of 7.0
- GMAT or GRE equivalent are not required, but students with lower GPAs and/or foreign university graduates may wish to submit scores to enhance credentials
- Principles of Financial Accounting (Introductory Financial Accounting)
- Principles of Managerial Accounting (Introductory Managerial Accounting)
- Corporate Financial Reporting 1 (Intermediate Accounting 1)
- Corporate Financial Reporting 2 (Intermediate Accounting 2)
Students meeting these requirements complete the program in as few as 9 months.
- Rolling admission for domestic students
- Classes capped at 45 students
- Apply early for greater scholarship consideration
- International student deadlines: Fall – May 15; Spring – October 15
For a jump-start, consider taking advantage of condensed summer courses before the start of the fall semester.
How To Apply
Basic requirements are listed below. We encourage you to read detailed instructions about these requirements, tracking your application, and our admission notification process.
- Your online application
- Your personal information and statement
- Names and emails for three individuals (typically faculty) providing references
- A current transcript (does not need to be official) with your application - if admitted, an official transcript will be required
- Documentation and test scores sent directly from the granting source to the UVM Graduate College. GMAT and GRE scores are optional; TOEFL, IELTS or Duolingo scores are required for non-English speakers
MAcc Tuition, Scholarships & Other Assistance
Tuition and Fees
Review our tuition and fees for the Master of Accountancy program.
Note: MAcc students generally enroll in 15 credit hours per semester (full-time applies to 9 or more credits).
International students must be full-time in all but the last semester to complete the program.
A majority of MAcc students receive generous scholarships. Both in-state and non-Vermont residents are encouraged to apply early for the opportunity to receive more scholarship funds.
Accelerated Master Program (AMP) students with a 3.2 GPA or higher who are non-Vermont residents receive a scholarship to match a comparable Master of Accountancy tuition rate in their home state. AMP students continue to pay their regular UVM tuition rate until the undergraduate degree is complete.
Please contact the MAcc director to learn more about these opportunities:
- Grossman and MAcc Director Academic Merit Scholarships are based on GPA, professional promise, GMAT, and TOEFL where applicable. GPA of 3.5 or higher is required for award renewal.
- Accelerated MAcc students are automatically considered for Grossman Honors Day accounting scholarships.
- The AICPA offers This Way to CPA scholarships.
- Graduate student teaching or research assistants may support Grossman School of Business faculty up to five hours per week.