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What are some MSA programs that accepts any undergraduate major as well as has no prerequisites. So far I have Binghamton, Baruch, and UNC-Chapel Hill. Any others, please help?

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There are a couple of places that accept people without undergraduate accounting background and do some sort of "catch up" summer session where you take the equivalent of undergrad core classes over the summer and then start with the rest of the people with accounting background in the fall. Boston College and William and Mary come to mind. There are some places that have only a few requirements, so if you could manage to take a few classes (perhaps online or at a community college) during the coming year, that would put places like Vanderbilt or USC on the table. Those places tend to want to see some combination of: intro to financial accounting, intro to managerial, microeconomics, statistics.

You should also be thinking about what kind of job you'd like to end up with and where - look at all the schools you're considering and see where they place people. It tends to help to go to a university in the state or general area you want to end up in because many of the local firms will recruit there. And if you've taken the GMATs yet, that can help gage what schools might be appropriate to apply for. Don't be afraid to apply for places where your GMATs/GPA are below average, but you'll probably want to apply for at least one or two where you are in range.

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UNC-CH (KFBS) they have a great MAC Program that accepts all majors and no pre-reqs!

Also - really cool and big win for me, they have an online version too.

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UNC-CH (KFBS) they have a great MAC Program that accepts all majors and no pre-reqs!

Also - really cool and big win for me, they have an online version too.



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