Application Process

FALL SEMESTER ADMISSION DEADLINES
Priority Deadline January 15th
Final Deadline International Applicants February 15th
Final Deadline Domestic Applicants March 15th
SPRING SEMESTER ADMISSION DEADLINE
Final Deadline October 15th

The MS Accounting program does not accept applications for entry for a Summer semester.  If you have any questions regarding application processes or deadlines, please contact our program.

Required Application MaterialsA completed application is required of all applicants.  Candidates will submit all application materials electronically, including:

  1. Online application and corresponding application fee
  2. Required Essay Questions
  3. Competitive GMAT/GRE score (must be taken during the past 5 years)***
    • GMAT score code: 7B7-K9-03
    • GRE score code: 6003
    • *** Applicants meeting certain criteria may be eligible to have the test requirement waived. For more information, please download the MS Accounting Test Waiver Request Form. Completed forms should be emailed to Brittany Hammond at bhammond@mays.tamu.edu.
    • It is preferred that all applicants take either the GMAT or GRE as it gives the admissions committee more information to make an informed decision about an applicant’s admission to our program.
  4.  Resume
  5. Letters of recommendation (2)
    • These will be requested electronically through the application. However, it would be beneficial to notify your evaluators to expect the notification to complete as well as to prepare a letter to upload.
  6. Transcripts from all institutions attended
  7. Competitive TOEFL/IELTS score (international applicants ONLY)*
  8. Copy of US permanent resident card (if applicable)*

Other Details: Credentials (unofficial transcripts, GMAT/GRE scores, TOEFL/IELTS scores, and recommendation letters) must be submitted with the online application. Documents should not be mailed, but if necessary, they must be received within 10 days of submitting the application or by the application deadline, whichever comes first.  Official transcripts and test scores are not required for application. If admitted, final and official transcripts and test scores are required prior to enrollment.

Letters of Recommendation: Applicants should choose references who know their academic or professional skills and are familiar with their academic achievements, credentials, and career aspirations. References should speak to personal qualities, career potential, and potential to succeed in the classroom.

Application Fee: Domestic students pay a $65 fee to apply to the MS-Accounting program. International students pay a $90 fee to apply. Application fees are not waived or deferred.

Interview: Candidates under serious consideration for admission will be contacted for an interview. Interviews can occur in person or through video chat. An advisor can also meet with a prospective applicant to answer questions about the program or admissions process.

Submitting your Application: Paper applications are not accepted. The online application can be saved and returned to as needed before officially submitting it.  Applicants should not send any documents through the mail, but if necessary, the mailed portion of the application should be sent directly to the admissions office of Mays Business School:

  • Postal Address:

Graduate Admissions – MSA

Mays Business School

Texas A&M University

4113 TAMU

College Station, Texas 77843-4113

  • Courier Address:

Graduate Admissions – MSA

Mays Business School

Texas A&M University

440 Wehner

College Station, Texas 77843

Admission DecisionsThe admission committee makes decisions on a rolling basis.  Applicants will receive an email notification stating the decision has been posted to their BusinessCAS account. In addition, if admitted, the candidate will receive an email from the MS Accounting office providing additional information about finalizing the admission process.

Applications are kept on file for one year, so an applicant may reapply for the subsequent year using the majority of the application materials previously submitted (transcripts, recommendation letters, test scores as long as they are still valid). A new application must be completed and, if documents from the previous application are being used, the applicant must notify the advisor so documents can be retrieved.