Integrated Accounting Program


Accountants do more than just record, interpret and present financial data. They also ensure the integrity of major business decisions.

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The Cook School’s Integrated Accounting Program for undergraduate students is a five-year program that allows students to be more competitive in the job market by completing both the B.S.B.A. with a concentration in accounting and the Master of Accounting degree, while maximizing University financial aid. Both degrees are awarded upon completion of 150 hours according to the business school’s degree requirements.

Integrated Accounting Program

You may apply for the Integrated Accounting Program if you:

Applicants take the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) - waived for SLU undergraduate students with at least a 3.6. GPA - preferably in the summer before senior year, and complete all other application requirements (personal statement, two letters of recommendation, resume). Applications are available in Cook Rm. 132.

As a student in the Integrated Accounting Program, you will begin taking graduate courses during the second semester of your senior year. You will be required to take MGT 428, Legal Environment of Business II, as part of your undergraduate coursework in the final semester of your master’s coursework. Because you will earn your bachelor’s degree and master’s degree together, you may be eligible to use SLU financial aid dollars throughout the entire period, depending on the terms of your undergraduate scholarship.

The Cook School offers the Accounting Scholars Program to eligible incoming freshmen. Accounting scholars meeting GPA requirements will be accepted into Saint Louis University’s Integrated Accounting Program during their junior year. Admission to this program is contingent upon high school scholastic achievement and admission test scores demonstrating superior academic success.