American University's Kogod School of Business
Master’s in Accounting (30 credit accelerated program – typically takes 12-18 months)
Open to seniors and alumni with a minimum 3.3 GPA
Students who have taken the following courses and earned a minimum “B” will be waived of comparable courses in the MS accounting program:
- INBM 110 – Fundamentals of Accounting
- INBM 300 – Intro to Cost Accounting
- ECON 111 – Intro to Microeconomics
- ECON 112 – Intro to Macroeconomics
- INBM 250 – Finance
- INBM 220 – Managerial Decision Making
Applicants recommended from Dickinson will be considered for a merit-based scholarship of up to $10K and their application fee to the MS accounting program will be waived.
- Statement of Purpose (500 words)
- Official Dickinson transcript
- 2 LOR’s (plus one from me)
Applicants who receive favorable recommendation from Dickinson will then submit an online application and will be invited for a mandatory interview at American.
Application must submit applications to Laura Kilko in the Career Center by November 1.
Thunderbird School of Global Management
Certificate of Advanced Global Studies
Rising seniors with at least a 3.3 GPA may enroll in the first semester of the master of arts in global affairs or master of science in global management. Successful completion of 12 credits with at least a 3.0 GPA will earn the student a powerful postgraduate credential even before completion of Dickinson’s undergraduate program: the certificate in advanced global studies.
Dickinson students who have earned the certificate in advanced global studies are guaranteed admission to the second term of master of arts in global affairs or master of science in global management.
Dickinson students who do not participate in the certificate in advanced global-studies program are granted preference in admission to the master of arts and master of science at the Thunderbird School of Global Management.
For more information, please contact our Office of Global Education or the faculty contact-person for the program.
The University of Rochester, Simon School of Business
Dickinson graduates will be given priority consideration for admission to the MBA program, or to one of four specialized business-related masters programs, a waiver of the admission-application fee and a minimum of $10,000 per year in merit-based scholarship support (with additional merit-scholarship support possible).
For more information, please contact Laura Kilko, associate director/pre-law advisor in the Career Center.
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