Deadlines & Notifications

  Fall 2019 Deadline
Non-US Citizens* November 15, 2018
US Citizens and Permanent Residents only January 15, 2019
US Citizens and Permanent Residents only April 15, 2019
Deadline Extension for US Citizens and Permanent Residents** June 1, 2019
*Note: Applicants who are non-US citizens at the time of submitting their application must apply by the November 15 deadline.
**Note: this deadline extension is open to U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents only. International applicants are no longer eligible to apply for Fall 2019 as there is insufficient processing time for visa applications. Any international applications submitted after November 15 will not be reviewed and the application fee will not be refunded. 




Online applications must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. U.S. Eastern Time on the day of the deadline. Any mailed application material must be postmarked by the deadline date.
 

Incomplete Applications

If your application is not complete (for example, missing self-reported test scores, essays or other items, illegible scanned transcript) you will be informed via your application status page. If you do not provide a completed application by the deadline, your notification may be delayed. 
 

Notification

Notifications are issued on a ongoing basis. Please allow up to 8 weeks after the deadline for the Admissions Committee to send out notifications.

Notification possibilities are as follows:
  • Offer of admission
  • Interview invitation
  • Waitlist offer
  • Denial of admission

All decisions made by the Admissions Committee are final.

Interviews

The Admissions Committee conducts a limited number of interviews for the Masters in Accounting program. Interviews are available by invitation only, and are not required to be admitted. Interviews are often conducted in person but may be offered virtually. Interviews typically take between 15-30 minutes.

If the Admissions Committee invites you to interview, you will receive the invitation and scheduling information via email. 

The interview is evaluative and provides the Admissions Committee with more information on your qualifications, career goals and personal characteristics. After the interview, it will typically take up to three weeks to receive a post-interview decision.