Students are admitted to the M.S. in Accounting and M.S. in Taxation programs on a rolling basis. Admission to the Old Westbury M.S. in Accounting program is very selective and follows guidelines established by AACSB International, the leading accrediting body in the discipline.
The School of Business reviews all applicants holistically. For this review, applicants must exhibit a proven record in prior undergraduate and/or graduate studies. GMAT scores and letter of recommendations are also requirements for admission.
Applications will be reviewed as a student's application file is completed. Students will be admitted on a rolling basis with classes filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
How to Apply
Students can apply using the SUNY Old Westbury Online Graduate Admissions Application
This application can be saved and filled out in stages. Upon completion of the online form a confirmation page will appear with instructions for submitting your signature and application payment. A $50 application fee must be submitted on-line to complete the admission process. The remaining portions of the application (reference letters, transcripts and test scores) should be mailed directly to the Office of Graduate Admissions at the following address:
Tuition & Fees
As many students pursue the M.S. in Accounting and/or M.S. in Taxation alongside their employment and other responsibilities, the cost of the program varies depending on how quickly they complete their coursework. The cost of graduate tuition for 2017-18 is $453 per credit for New York State Residents and $925 per credit for non-residents.*
Learn more about tuition and fees in the Bursar section of the College website.
For complete information on the graduate admissions process, contact the Graduate Admissions staff at 516-876-3077.
*These fees are subject to change without notice.