Please be sure to include your USC enrollment in the “Academic Background” section so that we may match your application to the academic records already on file.
to determine if we need original-language copies of their academic records.
It must contain all information shown on the original-language documents and “mirror” them as precisely as possible. Unless you are directed otherwise by your intended graduate department, official academic records from all post-secondary schools you have attended should be sent to the addresses provided below.
If sending your transcripts via regular mail, please use the following address: Transcripts and all other materials submitted for admission consideration become the property of USC.
Accounting Foundational Courses: Fifteen semester hours of the following accounting courses (3 semester hours each), completed at an accredited college or university, are required for the MSACC program. Also, financial accounting (ACC 201) and managerial accounting (ACC 202) are required foundation courses for the intermediate course sequence. *** The Concepts of Income Taxation course must be based on the U. The MSACC program provides a lock-step course sequence for each of the seven required accounting classes.
(Examples of acceptable courses at the University of Kentucky are given in parentheses.): * The Intermediate Accounting courses must be based on the U. The graduate electives can be taken in approved courses as they best fit into students' schedules and can include additional graduate level accounting courses.
If you take the GMAT/GRE and send your scores after submitting your application, please notify our office at Applicants must upload an updated business resume using the Sample Resume.
It should include educational, professional and any volunteer information.
Electronic transcripts e-mailed to any other address will not be downloaded, resulting in a delay of your file review and an extra expense to you because the transcript will need to be re-sent.
USC degree holders do not need to submit USC transcripts to the Office of Graduate Admission.