Master of Accounting Admissions
Master of Accounting Application Deadlines
- March 1 - Summer priority deadline
- May 1 - Summer final deadline
- June 1 - Fall priority deadline
- August 1 - Fall final deadline
At the discretion of the department, applications will continue to be reviewed after the application deadline on a space-available basis. Please review international applicant deadlines below.
International Applicant Deadlines
The MAcc program is currently unavailable for students who require F-1 student visa status (a Form I-20 cannot be issued for this program). International applicants who reside in the United States under another visa type that allows for online or part-time studies may be eligible for this program. International applicants outside of the United States are eligible to complete this program fully online from outside the U.S.
International applicants must submit a complete application for admission (including all supplemental documentation) by the following deadline:
The MAcc program focuses on applicants who have a bachelor's degree in accounting or the following equivalent prerequisite coursework:
- Financial Accounting
- Managerial Accounting
- Intermediate Accounting I
- Intermediate Accounting II
Master of Accounting Admissions Requirements
The following should be completed online/uploaded on the application:
- Online application form; Non-refundable fee of $60
- Resume or curriculum vitae
- Essay/personal statement
- One professional/academic letter of recommendation
- Important Note: The Loyola MAcc program will no longer be considering GMAT/GRE scores as a part of our application process. Applicants should refrain from sending GMAT/GRE score reports since they will not be reviewed even if they are received.
The following test scores should be submitted directly from the test administrator to Loyola (Loyola's institution code is 5370): Official English language examination scores are required for applicants who have not earned (or will not be earning) a bachelor's or higher degree from a college or university where English is the sole language of instruction. For additional details and a list of accepted English language exams, visit the English Language Examination Requirements page.
We strongly recommend that all applicants have their schools send us official e-transcripts if possible. If your school uses an automated transcript request service, select “Loyola University Maryland” as the receiving institution, and be sure to select “Graduate” or “Graduate Admission” as the receiving office. If your school does not use an automated transcript request service but will still send an official transcript on your behalf via email, have your school send your transcript to email@example.com.
If your school is unable to provide electronic transcripts of any kind, your transcripts must be sent to us by mail in envelopes sealed by the school. Our mailing address can be found on the Graduate Admission webpage.
- The admission committee reserves the right to request official transcripts from universities where an applicant attended but did not complete a degree. Please note that not submitting all transcripts where courses have been completed could impact course waivers and advanced standing.
- All foreign transcripts must be translated and evaluated by an approved international academic record evaluation service. Visit the International Academic Records page for a list of approved services.
- International applicants must also complete additional requirements. Please visit the Graduate Admission for International Students page.
Questions about the application or admission process may be directed to the Office of Graduate Business Programs at (410) 617-5067 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that a completed application and all supplemental materials are received by the application deadline. Supplemental materials, once received, become the property of Loyola University Maryland and cannot be returned.
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If you are a qualified individual with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process, please contact the Office of Graduate Admission at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-617-5020.