Graduate Programs


Evening M.B.A. Program

Whether you have previously applied as a Kelley non-degree student or you are applying for the first time, you should submit the following items by the appropriate deadline for the Evening MBA program [April 1 for August admission and December 1 for January admission]:

  1. Kelley Evening MBA Application
  2. IUPUI Graduate Application
  3. Official GMAT scores (submitted from Pearson VUE; site code for the MBA program in Indianapolis: GKS-8M-27)
  4. Official transcripts from all universities attended (You will not be required to send transcripts if submitted with the Kelley Non-Degree Application.)
  5. Two letters of recommendation pdf file image
  6. Resume
  7. Essay (Question may be found on the Kelley Evening MBA Application)

Submit your official transcripts from all college and/or universities attended and two letters of recommendation to the following address:

Kelley School of Business School
Evening MBA Program
801 West Michigan Street, BS 3024
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5151

For specific information about the Evening MBA admission process visit

M.S.A. Program

MSA applications are now being accepted on a rolling basis.

  1. MSA Online Application
  2. Indiana University Graduate School Online Application
  3. Resume
  4. GMAT Results (submitted from Pearson VUE; Kelley School of Business GMAT code: GKS-8M-02)

Submit your official college and/or university transcripts from all institutions attended and two letters of recommendation pdf file image to the following address:

Kelley School of Business
MSA Program
801 West Michigan Street, BS 3024
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5151

For specific information about Kelley MSA admissions visit

M.S.T. Program

Students may apply to the program after completing a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university or during their senior year of college or have completed a law degree. An undergraduate major in accounting is not a requirement, however, applicants must have taken A201 Principles of Financial Accounting or the equivalent.

The evaluation of an admission application is primarily an appraisal of an applicant's capability to pursue graduate work at Indiana University. This appraisal involves both a quantitative and qualitative assessment. In the qualitative phase, letters of reference, any work experience and other elements of the applicant’s resume are reviewed. The quantitative component assesses the applicant’s academic credentials as based on his or her GPA and score on the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) or LSAT for lawyers or students enrolled in law school.

Online Application

Submit the MSA Online Application and the IUPUI Graduate Application.

  • Within the Kelley application, for the Plan choose Taxation MS.
  • Within the University Application, for Academic Program choose Kelley School of Business Master of Accounting and for the Major choose Taxation MS.
Letters of Recommendation

The format for the Letters of Recommendation can either be a personal letter or completion of the MSA form pdf file image.

Transcripts, application documents and letters of recommendation should be sent to the address below:

Kelley School of Business Indianapolis
MSA/MST Program Office
801 West Michigan Street, BS 3024
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202-5151

For more information about the MST program visit