How to earn your BSBA and MACC in four years at Ohio State

One of the best opportunities that Ohio State has to offer is the BSBA/MAcc program. What is that, you may ask? Well, the BSBA/MAcc program is exactly as it sounds. You are both an undergraduate and graduate student at the same time; several students and I are are currently fourth-year students enrolled simultaneously in the Masters of Accounting program and undergraduate accounting program at Ohio State. Therefore, once we graduate in May,  we will receive two separate degrees: a master’s degree and bachelor’s degree.

I highly recommend this experience. You need to meet a few criteria to join the program:

  1. You MUST be an Ohio State undergraduate student studying accounting.
  2. By the end of your junior or third year, you must have earned 120 credit hours.
  3. Your GPA must be 3.5 or above.
  4. Once the above criteria is met, you must complete an application during the fall or spring semester of your junior year and apply (be sure to take the GMAT as well).

Also, you do not need to be 100% done with your undergraduate accounting degree before you start in the MAcc. There are a number of undergraduate accounting courses that can be taken as equivalents in the MAcc. This allows maximum flexibility in completing other undergraduate courses and requirements. Here are some examples of course substitutions:

BSBA/MAcc Course Substitutions

I know that I have provided a lot of information, but if you have any questions about my experiences, the BSBA/MAcc program, or life in general, please feel free to reach out and I would love to chat. Overall, my classmates and I have had a great experience so far in the combined program and I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is interested!