Minimum Test Score Requirements
|IELTS||6 (overall band)|
When taking the exams, use the following codes for submitting scores to Texas A&M University:
- GMAT: 7B7-K9-03
- GRE: 6003
- TOEFL: 6003
- IELTS – There is no institutional code for the exam. The testing agency should mail official results to:
Graduate Admissions – MSA
Mays Business School
Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas 77843-4113
Pre-Enrollment Requirements: All applicants should plan to complete the following pre-enrollment courses before applying for Admission to the MS Accounting Program at Texas A&M University.
- Principles of Macroeconomics
- Principles of Microeconomics
- Introduction to Financial Accounting (Intro to Accounting I)
- Introduction to Managerial Accounting (Intro to Accounting II)
- Introduction to Business Computing (BCIS type course)
Prerequisites: The MS Accounting program is designed primarily for students who have undergraduate preparation in Accounting. However, exceptional candidates from other disciplines may be considered for admission. Most successful candidates have completed Accounting coursework through the intermediate level. The following courses or their equivalents are normally completed by all students before beginning graduate study:
- Intermediate Accounting I & II
- Financial Management
- Income Tax
- Accounting Information Systems
Students can apply to the program prior to the completion of this coursework. However, if admitted, students will be required to complete these courses so they will have the necessary background to be prepared for the graduate level courses AND to meet the minimum requirements to sit for the CPA examination. The courses listed above will not count toward the required hours of the program and additional coursework will extend the program and delay graduation.
Work Experience: Work experience is NOT required, but relevant, professional experience will be considered.
GPA: Review the current class profile for a gauge of current GPA’s. GPA is calculated using the last sixty (60) hours of upper-division coursework (junior and senior years) and any non-professional graduate work. The GPA is based on a 4.0 scale.