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Non-degree seeking students have the option to take up to 9 credit hours of coursework (i.e., three courses) on a space available basis. Non-degree seeking students eligible to enroll in MPAcc courses include:
Please note: If you come from a non-business background, you should have experience with computer spreadsheet applications and database management (e.g. Microsoft Excel and Access). You should also have a working knowledge of the basic tools of business calculus.
If a non-degree seeking student would like to become degree-seeking, the student must apply to become degree-seeking and must have earned an average GPA of 3.0 or above in the MPAcc program courses they have completed. Please visit our Traditional MPAcc Program Admissions page for more information on how to apply as a degree-seeking student.
Students currently admitted to another graduate program at MSU Denver may take a limited number of MPAcc courses to fulfill their degree requirements. Applicants in this category must submit a letter from their dean or academic advisor stating that they are in good academic standing and that the requested business courses will be accepted for their graduate degree program.
1. Submit and complete your online application (indicating the Combined Degree Program) by, or before, the following deadlines:
2. Submit Official Transcripts from all previously attended colleges or universities.
3. Submit Proof of Completion of one of the following items:
4. Submit Your detailed resume