A bachelor’s degree in any field is required for admittance into the UBalt M.S. in Accounting and Business Advisory Services program. This program is open to students without an accounting undergraduate degree as well as those who have earned an accounting-focused bachelor’s degree. The undergraduate GPA for admitted students typically ranges from 2.9 to 4.0.
Historically, admitted M.S. in Accounting and Business Advisory Services students have average cumulative GPA's of 3.2 and come from a variety of academic majors, with the majority having some sort of prior accounting education.
The University of Baltimore has several scholarships that may be available for those students who have submitted competitive GPA documentation.
A key factor for all applicants is the undergraduate GPA, although graduate coursework will be taken into account. Request your official transcripts as soon as possible, as they can take time to print, prepare and mail. The Office of Admission requires original transcripts from all universities you’ve attended. It’s easiest to have the institution
send your transcript directly to us
If you are mailing an institution’s transcript, do not break the seal upon receipt. If you attended a non-U.S. institution, you must provide the official transcript and a transcript evaluation with a course-by-course analysis conducted by a transcript evaluation service such as World Education Services.