In order to expedite the process, applicants are required to apply online. Please review the following detailed application instructions carefully before completing the application.
Prior to submitting the UO online graduate admissions application, please review the UO academic calendar to ensure that you are submitting an application for the correct term.
In order to review your application, it must be complete. An application is not considered complete until all of the materials listed below have been received. You will receive an email confirmation once your application is complete. Admission decisions are generally available 30-45 days AFTER an application has been completed and processed.
Master of Accounting online program application
The program application provides additional information that is needed to complete your application for the Lundquist College of Business Master of Accounting program.
2022 Master of Accounting Program Application
UO graduate admission online application and non-refundable $70.00 (U.S. applicants) or $90.00 (international applicants) application fee
UO Online Graduate Admission Application
The UO graduate application requires a different username and password from the program application.
The major to select is: Accounting
Applicants will be required to pay the non-refundable application fee at the time the UO graduate admission online application is submitted. The Master of Accounting program will waive the graduate admission online application fee for 3+1 Accounting Pathway students. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org BEFORE paying any fees.
Statement of purpose
Please explain, in between 500 and 750 words, how the Master of Accounting program will build on your experiences to date and will further your career goals. Tell us not only what you hope to gain from the MAcc program but also what will you bring to the program and to the Lundquist College of Business learning community (PDFs strongly preferred).
Please take great care in crafting your statement of purpose and do not have others write them for you. The statement of purpose is your best opportunity to provide the admissions staff with real insight into your personality, values, as well as breadth and depth of education and experiences. There are no right or wrong answers, but there are good and bad statements. We read them carefully for originality and logic of thought, creativity of expression, and correctness of syntax and spelling.
- One recommendation (Register recommender online via MAcc program application)
We prefer that the recommendation is from an accounting professor who has taught an applicant in a major class preferably a junior- or senior-level accounting class and not an introductory accounting class. The recommendation should address the applicant’s intellectual capacity, motivation, work ethic and maturity.
You can submit your program application BEFORE your recommendation has been received.
- Up-to-date resume (submit online via MAcc program application)
- Official GMAT score report†
All applicants are required to take the GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Test) with the exception of current University of Oregon students pursuing a bachelor's degree in accounting who have earned a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or above.
Submit an official copy of your GMAT score by selecting the GMAT business school program name Charles H. Lundquist College of Business – Masters in Accounting (code = KSQ-5N-35). For more information on registration, test centers, test preparation materials, and test fees, please visit the GMAT website.
If you have already taken the GMAT exam, but did not list the UO Charles H. Lundquist College of Business as a participating school to have access to your online official score report, you will need to contact GMAT in order to add our school to the list of participating schools who can access your report.
Note: GMAT scores are only valid for five (5) years.
†As long as you include copies of GMAT score reports in your online application, you may hold off on submitting the official scores until after the admissions decision.
- Transcripts (two-part process)
1. Upload unofficial transcripts from all colleges and universities you attended to the MAcc program application.
2. Submit official transcripts to the University of Oregon Office of the Registrar. Please follow official transcript requirements as detailed by the UO Graduate School website.
Office of the registrar mailing address:
University of Oregon
Office of the Registrar
5257 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1217
Official electronic transcripts: Official electronic transcripts should be sent to: email@example.com.
Degree in progress: If you have not yet finished your degree at the time of application, you will still need to submit your in-progress "unofficial" transcript via the MAcc online program application. However, you do NOT need to send your official (in-progress) transcript to the Office of the Registrar until AFTER your degree is conferred and the degree and award date are printed on the transcript.
Degree certificate: If your degree and degree award date are not posted on the transcript, as is the case with most international transcripts, you will need to include the related degree certificate with your transcript.
International transcripts from non-English speaking countries: English translations of transcripts and, where applicable, degree certificates notarized by the issuing university (submit to UO Office of the Registrar).
View the list of countries where this requirement applies
International credentials: International credentials must be equivalent to a U.S. four-year bachelor's degree. Additionally, the credentials must be received from an institution recognized by the country's educational body that oversees institutional approval, such as the Ministry of Education. If you are concerned about your eligibility for admission, please contact the graduate admissions coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for credential analysis.
(To check on the status of official transcripts or degree certificates received by the University of Oregon, please call the registrar at 541-346-2935.)
In addition to the above, applicants whose native language is not English must fulfill additional requirements below.