MBA Admission Standards
Multiple criteria are considered when evaluating a student for admission to the MBA program. Criteria may include the following:
Bachelor’s Degree or Higher: A degree in a business related field is recommended. Applicants with a degree in a field other than business are required to complete a business preparatory course with a grade of B or better. Credit for this course will not count toward the 36 hour program requirement. International credentials must be evaluated by World Education Services (WES) for US baccalaureate equivalency.
GMAT or GRE Scores: Testing dates must be no more than 5 years prior to date of application. Scores must be submitted to the MBA Program Coordinator by the testing service. Applicants who have earned a Master’s degree or higher are not required to submit test scores.
Criterion Formula: Admission is based on a formula including test scores and cumulative undergraduate GPA. (200 X GPA) + GMAT Test Score (or equivalent) = 1000
International students may only begin the program in Fall 1 or Spring 1 terms due to international student course load requirements.
A student provisionally admitted may take up to six credit hours while completing requirements for full admission status. These requirements include:
- GMAT or GRE test completion
- Business preparatory course completion
Provisional admission is not available for international students.
Full/provisional admission to the MBA program must be approved prior to enrollment in any graduate-level course. Applicants must meet the standards for provisional or full admission to be allowed to enroll.
|Fall 1||July 15|
|Fall 2||September 15|
|Spring 1||December 1|
|Spring 2||February 15|