Admissions

  • Ready to apply for the Master of Accountancy (MACC) or Master of Science in Taxation (MTAX) programs? Below are the application guidelines.

To apply online:

  • Click on the "Apply " button on this page to connect with the university's online application processing system.
  • Complete the online registration form.
  • Indicate that you are applying for a business school program and select the Master of Accountancy (MACC) or Master of Science in Taxation (MTAX) from the dropdown list of graduate programs.
  • Follow the instructions to complete and submit the application.

Application Checklist

You'll need the following information to complete your application. 

  • Application Form and Essay: Complete the application form online and provide a short essay response to the question about purpose and career. You may refer to your resume.
  • Letters of Recommendation: Minimum of two (2).
  • College/University Transcripts: Applicants must submit one official transcript in a sealed envelope from each college/university attended. This includes transcripts from junior/community colleges, transfer units from study abroad programs, summer courses and/or graduate work. Individual transcripts must be obtained from each college attended.  
  • Application Fee: An application fee of $80.00 must accompany the graduate application. Please make the check payable to: University of San Diego. This application fee is non-refundable.
  • Resume: A resume describing the nature, scope, and areas of responsibility of all work experience and your educational background should be attached.
  • GMAT: For more information on preparing for the GMAT, visit the http://www.sandiego.edu/testprep or call 619.260.4579
  • TOEFL: Applicable only for international applicants whose native language is not English and who have not completed their undergraduate studies at an institution inside the United States.

International Students, please refer to International Checklist.  Application deadlines:  June 1 for Fall semester and December 1 for Spring semester.