If you live outside the U.S. and plan to attend Ball State, our Office of International Admissions will help you through the application and enrollment process. Learn more.
Ready to begin your graduate studies in accounting? You’ll need to be admitted by both the Graduate School as well as the program.
Step 1: Submit Your Application
Prospective students should apply for admissions through Ball State’s Office of Graduate Admissions.
Step 2: Submit Your Transcript
Have all colleges or universities you previously attended send an official copy of your transcripts directly to the Graduate School at the address below. Please note that all transcripts become the property of Ball State:
Ball State University
2000 W. University Ave.
Muncie, IN 47306
Step 3: Take the GMAT and Submit Your Scores
Take the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) and request that scores be sent to Ball State. The Miller College of Business will accept scores that are current (within the last six years) toward application. Get GMAT information and registration instructions online or get a printed application for the GMAT along with an information bulletin by contacting Educational Testing Service. The GMAT code number for Ball State is 1051.
GMAT Educational Testing Service
P.O. Box 6101
Princeton, NJ 08541-6101
TTY only: 609-734-9362
After completing all of the steps above, you’ll receive correspondence from the Department of Accounting regarding the status of your application. If you do not receive an acceptance or denial letter within four weeks after all materials have been submitted, contact the director of graduate studies in accounting.
Deadlines for U.S. Applicants
All application materials must be received by the following dates:
- For entrance in the fall semester: July 1
- For entrance in the spring semester: December 1
- For entrance in the summer semester: April 1
Are you Transferring to Ball State?
Our staff in the Miller College of Business are ready to help you transfer any credits you’ve already earned to Ball State. Learn more.