Accountancy

Students completing our Master of Accountancy Program will meet the requirement to sit for the CPA exam in Missouri. While most students complete both their undergraduate and graduate accounting programs at Truman, you may also enter the undergraduate program as a transfer student or enter the graduate program after receiving an undergraduate degree at Truman or another university.

A high percentage of graduates of Truman’s accountancy program consistently pass all parts of the CPA exam on the first attempt.

Specific course information and requirements can be found in the University Catalog.

Application Checklist

  • Online application and $40 fee
  • Official GMAT test scores (sent directly to Graduate Office)
  • Current resume (uploaded in online application)
  • One letter of recommendation (non-Truman undergraduate students are encouraged to submit three letters of recommendation) (Submit recommender’s information in online application)
  • Non-Truman undergraduate students are encouraged to provide a personal statement (uploaded in online application)
  • Transcripts  from all colleges and universities from which you earned college credit, including high school dual credit (Truman applicants do not need to submit Truman transcripts)
  • Graduate Teaching Research Assistant (GTRA) application (optional — available as part of online application)

Deadlines

Applications for acceptance into the Master of Accountancy Program are due on the following dates:

  • Spring: Nov. 1
  • Summer: April 1
  • Fall: June 1

GTRA applications for the upcoming academic year are due Feb. 15.

Please note, to enroll during regular enrollment/registration dates, your application should be completed by Feb. 1 for Summer/Fall start and by Sept. 1 for Spring start.

Have questions?

For more more information about the Master of Accountancy Program, contact:
Dr. Alan Davis, Program Director
abdavis@truman.edu
Phone: (660) 785-5550

Thilini

As a student, I was able to shadow Ernst & Young staff for a couple of days long before I thought about interning with them. I also had the opportunity to lead Beta Alpha Psi’s Best Practices team into a Regional Competition where we presented on a student-run tax program called VITA, and I attended the Beta Gamma Sigma conference in Indianapolis where I got to meet members from all over the States and the world. There were some great speakers and activities to meet future accountants and business leaders.

Thilini W., Master of Accountancy