Master of Accountancy - Admission

School of Business
Dr. Linda G. Chase
Chair of Accounting & Finance
(440) 826-3039, lichase@bw.edu

Apply

Applying to the MAcc program is an easy online process. There is no application fee, and no entrance exam scores are required.

Application Requirements

  • Completed online application.
  • University transcripts.
  • Current résumé. 
  • Two letters of recommendation from individuals outside Baldwin Wallace University.
  • International students: See requirements below.

Note: Completion of prerequisites will be required prior to officially starting the MAcc curriculum and will be identified after review of application materials.

Application Deadline

Application materials must be submitted to allow sufficient evaluation time prior to the start of any semester.

  • The full-time MAcc program is completed over two-semesters: fall and spring. Students can start in either semester.
  • The part-time MAcc program can be started during fall, spring or summer semesters.

Questions About Applying?

Contact our graduate staff team member at (440) 826-2191 or e-mail graduate@bw.edu.

Application Instructions for International Students

International students applying to Baldwin Wallace University's Master of Accountancy (MAcc) program must do the following before application materials can be reviewed:

  • Follow all Master of Accountancy application requirements: the program is designed to prepare students for a career working in the Accounting profession and preparation to pass the CPA exam.
  • Financial support statement from the applicant's bank showing acceptable funds on account to support tuition and living expenses while studying at Baldwin Wallace University will be needed once accepted into MAcc and before registering for classes.
  • Official English translated transcripts of all previous academic work which are officially authenticated by WES (World Education Services).
  • International graduate students are instructed on the website to obtain a credential evaluation from World Education Services: View application process. WES can do a course-by-course evaluation and assist in determining that the document is equivalent to a U.S. bachelor's degree.

Questions on WES Process

Contact for any questions regarding this process should be directed to Churyl Croone, Admissions Office at Baldwin Wallace University. The Graduate Office in the School of Business cannot evaluate the MAcc application until the process above is completed.