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项目：会计硕士【Master of Professional Accounting (MPAcc)】
The Master of Professional Accounting (MPAcc) Program at the University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business responds by preparing accounting professionals with quality education, strong ethics, innovative thinking, and excellent oral and written communication skills.
项目时长为3个quarter。开设有Auditing and Assurance和Taxation两个track。
2012-2013 program fees (for the year)：
Washington residents, Auditing & Assurance track: $18,600
Washington residents, Taxation track: $21,900
Non-Washington residents, either MPAcc track: $23,250
课程(Courses by Quarter)
MPACC - Auditing & Assurance (10 classes)
ACCTG 523 Advanced Financial Analysis (4)
ACCTG 575 Internship(14)
ACCTG 577 Independent Research Project (4)
MPACC – Taxation (10 classes)
Property Issues: Analyzes the taxable and tax-free acquisition and disposition of assets, as well as capital gain and loss provisions.
Corporations II: Examines advanced topics in corporate transactions, including planning problems.
ACCTG 548 (579C)
Special Topics: Examination and discussion of selected topics as presented by business professionals.
Domestic (US citizens, permanent residents) - February 15
International applicants - January 15
Late applications received after the published deadlines will be processed on a space available basis.
该项目主要为拥有an undergraduate business degree with an accounting option or major的申请者开设。
没有商科学位的学生需修完以下所有课程or equivalent。有商科学位但不是accounting option的需修完以下所列的Accounting Option课程：
Other Prerequisite Business Courses（详情咨询）
Application fee: $75
GMAT scores (不接受GRE)
TOEFL or IELTS scores
3 letters of recommendation (还有学校特定的推荐表)
Applicants must submit their MPAcc packets to:
University of Washington Foster School of Business
460 PACCAR Hall
Seattle, WA 98195-3226
Past academic performance
General intellectual ability (GMAT：平均分600)
TOEFL scores 100 minimum iBT (code: 4854) or 7 IELTS
Internship and/or work experience (include on your resume even if you haven't started work yet
Volunteer and student activities
Ability to communicate clearly, succinctly, and persuasively.
Satisfactory completion of prerequisite accounting major classes before Sept.