Bryan Prelude is an option for individuals without an undergraduate degree in accounting looking to get a jump start on the required prerequisite accounting courses before completing the full MS in Accounting application. This program allows individuals to try out a couple of accounting courses to ensure the MS in Accounting program is a good fit and provides additional time sometimes needed to complete the full MS in Accounting application. Check out the Prelude application facts below for more information!
Bryan Prelude students may take up to 6.0 credit hours of MS in Accounting prerequisite coursework from the list below.
ACC 218: Financial Statement Preparation and Disclosures (first in sequence)
ACC 202: Managerial Accounting
ACC 318: Intermediate Accounting I
ACC 319: Intermediate Accounting II
ACC 325: Accounting Transaction Processing Systems
ACC 330: Cost Accounting
ACC 420: Federal Tax Concepts
ACC 440: Auditing Concepts
Application Facts at a Glance:
*Bryan Prelude offers a simplified application process, but does not qualify for financial aid since it is a non-degree program.
*Applicants must have at least a 3.0 undergraduate GPA to qualify.
*GMAT scores are not required for Bryan Prelude.
*Application deadlines are August 1st for the fall semester, December 1st for the spring semester, and April 1st for the summer semester.
*Visit Bryan Prelude Requirements for more detailed admission requirements.
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