Submission periods

 

Applications will only be accepted during the first week of the Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters.

  • Fall 2020:
    October 5, 2020
    Deadline date October 11, 2020
  • Winter 2021:
    January 4, 2021
    Deadline date January 10, 2021
  • Spring 2021:
    March 29, 2021
    Deadline date April 4, 2021
 

Admissions Requirements

 

You must be a current full-time UCLA undergraduate student in good academic standing to apply. If you are not enrolled at UCLA, please check the UCLA admissions webpage.

The Accounting minor provides students with a comprehensive accounting background; admission is competitive and based on overall UCLA grade-point average, grade-point average in pre-admission courses, and grades in Management 1A and 1B. Decisions on admission to the minor are made by the Anderson School Accounting Area. Applications are accepted in fall, winter, and spring quarters. Non-transfer students must apply subsequent to completing 90 units. Transfer students must apply after completing two academic quarters (excluding summer sessions) at UCLA.

To enter the minor, students must (1) have a minimum cumulative UCLA grade-point average of 3.2, (2) complete all required pre-admission courses with a minimum course grade-point average of 3.2, and (3) receive grades of B or better in Management 1A and 1B. Repetition of more than one pre-admission course or of any pre-admission course more than once results in automatic denial of admission to the minor. Satisfying these requirements does not guarantee admission to the program, as only a limited number of students are admitted each year. If Management 1A and/or 1B are not taken at UCLA, students must complete courses 120A and 122 prior to admission to the minor.

This GPA Calculator (Excel) will help when trying to calculate your preparation GPA.

 

Required Pre-admission Courses

 

(31 units minimum)

⚬ Economics 1 and 2

⚬ Any statistics course offered or considered transferable to UCLA

⚬ Management 1A and 1B

⚬ Mathematics 3A or 31A, 3B or 31B or 31E

⚬ Any Writing II course *

Accounting Minor Job Training Seminar *

*Writing II and Accounting Minor Job Training Seminar are not included in student’s preparation course GPA calculation

 

Required Upper-Division Courses

 

(36 units)

A. ⚬ Management 120A

    ⚬ Management 120B

    ⚬ Management 122

    ⚬ Management 127A

B. Select three courses from:

   ⚬ Management 108

   ⚬ Management 109*

   ⚬ Management 123

   ⚬ Management 124

   ⚬ Management 126

 

⚬ Management 127B

⚬ Management 127C*

⚬ Management 128

⚬ Management 130A

*Only offered over summer through Summer Travel Study.



A minimum of 20 units applied toward the minor requirements must be in addition to units applied toward major requirements or another minor.

 

Application Instructions

 

If you have completed all of your Accounting Minor preparation courses as well as met all of the admissions requirements, which can be found above, please click on the application link. The application is completely online and can be completed in multiple sittings, if needed. If you have any questions or concerns about the process, please contact the Accounting Minor office directly.

 

Dropping the Minor

 

If at any time after submitting your application or after admission to the program, you find that you will not be able to complete the program, you must petition for withdrawal from the Minor in Accounting Program.

Failure to go through the withdrawal procedure could result in a delay in graduation.

If you want to drop the minor, please follow these steps:

1. You must fill out the drop form located below.

2. Please email the completed form to accounting.minor@anderson.ucla.edu

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Contact accounting.minor@anderson.ucla.edu for other questions.

What is the Accounting Minor Job Training Seminar and how do I sign up?

 

This interactive three-part series workshop has been specifically designed for students interested in accounting. This is a great opportunity for you to gain valuable skills to increase your chances of receiving competitive offers. Over 3 sessions, you will learn: Personal Branding and Networking, Resumes and Cover Letters, and have an opportunity to network with real industry professionals/recruiters. No grades are assigned and to sign up information is sent quarterly through the Accounting Minor listserv.

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Where do I turn in my application? When is it due?

 

The Accounting Minor application is online. The submission period typically begins on Monday of first week at 8:00 AM and ends on the Sunday of first week at 12:00AM (midnight).

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When will I find out if I’ve been admitted into the Minor?

 

We will notify applicants by week 6 of the quarter that you applied.

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Is there a maximum number of units I can have when I apply for the Minor? 

 

Currently, there is no unit maximum when applying to the Minor.

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Will AP credits count towards the preparation coursework?

 

If UCLA accepts the AP credits, we will also accept them. However, AP credits are not included in the preparation GPA or your overall UCLA GPA calculations.

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Can I satisfy any minor courses at another institution?

 

Students are allowed to complete the preparation courses at another institution. All upper division coursework MUST be taken at UCLA.

If you have not yet enrolled in a course at another institution, please contact accounting.minor@anderson.ucla.edu BEFORE enrolling to verify that the course you are planning on taking does in fact satisfy one of the minor preparation courses.

If you have already completed courses at another institution, please send all transcripts to the UCLA Admission Office. If the UCLA Admissions Office has not recognized the courses you took as equivalent to anything offered here at UCLA, please email a detailed syllabus of the course to accounting.minor@anderson.ucla.edu for approval.

Transfer credit is subject to department approval and is considered only for the pre-admission courses.

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How many courses can I repeat for pre-admission?

 

Only one pre-admission and one upper-division course repeat is allowed.

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Can I take P/NP courses for the minor?

 

Each pre-admission and upper-division course must be taken for a letter grade; if taken on a Passed/Not Passed basis, it cannot be applied toward the minor program.

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Can I take upper-division courses elsewhere?

 

No, each upper-division course must be completed at UCLA.

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What is the minimum passing grade once admitted into the minor?

 

All courses applied toward minor requirements must receive a grade of C or better.

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Will the minor show on my diploma?

 

Yes, successful completion of the minor is indicated on the transcript and diploma.

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