Purpose and Rationale
The purpose of combined programs is to give outstanding students an opportunity to pursue simultaneously two degrees in different programs by reducing the amount of time normally required to complete both sets of degree requirements (Graduate School Handbook Section 10-1-2). Admission to a combined Graduate/Undergraduate program requires the approval of the Graduate Studies Committee Chairperson of the graduate program and an official of the undergraduate college (usually an Assistant or Associate Dean).
Applicants for the BSBA/MAcc combined program are limited to current undergraduate accounting and finance majors in the Fisher College of Business. Cumulative GPA at time of application must be at least 3.5. Student should submit his/her application to the BSBA/MAcc program during his/her junior year at Ohio State.
For questions on the combined BSBA/MAcc program requirements, please contact the Graduate Programs Office, 100 Gerlach Hall or (614) 292-8511.