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Master of Science in Accountancy Online Information for Admitted Students

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Admitted Students 

Offer of Admission

Admitted students receive an offer of admission and material to initiate enrollment including a Student Handbook. Save this communication because it has important program details.

The MSA Online program admit student cohorts in Fall semester. Shortly before classes start, you’ll receive information from the Program Specialist for registration, payments, important dates, etc. Students attend a mandatory orientation, in virtual format, which happens just before the first day of classes. Students academics are handled by the faculty, Program Coordinator and Program Director, whom you’ll meet during orientation.

Click on the Procedures and Policies page for Important Dates, Drop and Refund Policies, and more details that promote our success in the MSA Online program!

Student Handbook

Your Student Handbook brims with useful information to guide you through your MSA experience. Keep it handy for policies, dates, instructions and other details. 

Financial Aid

MS Accountancy Online students may be eligible for federal financial aid. In addition, we offer alternative loans with pre-approved provider. Please navigate to our Financing Page for more information and our school code for your FAFSA.

New Student Orientation

One of your first experiences as a MS Accountancy Online student will be the Student Orientation.  You'll meet your Program Director and Advisor, and some of your faculty. And best of all, you'll get to know your fellow students and start to develop your academic networks. The Orientation date will be sent soon after your Offer of Admission. 

Student Success

We wish all the best in your MSA Online journey! We are here to promote your success, so please do not hesitate to contact us!

Dr. Taewon Yang, Program Director

Dr. Hang Pei, Program Coordinator

Jolene Redvale, Program Specialist    909-537-5983




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