Detailed application instructions, the online application, and all related guidelines and forms can be obtained through the Graduate School.
Applicants to this program must demonstrate high promise of success in post-graduate business study as measured by undergraduate grades and a minimum GMAT or GRE equivalent score of 400.
Applicants who do not have a bachelor’s degree in business from an AACSB-accredited college or university, or who have not had appropriate training in business administration, accounting, or economics may be required to complete a number of prerequisites.
Applications and related documents must be submitted to the Graduate School. Once the Graduate School has received your application, GMAT or GRE score, official transcript(s), application fee, and other required documents, your file will be provided to the MBA office for an admissions decision. The MBA program admits new students on a rolling basis, so you will receive an admissions decision within a few weeks after all of your required documentation has been received. Upon acceptance, proof of immunization will be required prior to registration.
United States citizens and residents are as follows:
An applicant whose baccalaureate degree is from a foreign institution must present a score of at least 400 on the GMAT or an equivalent score on the GRE. An applicant whose native language is not English must present a score of at least 550 on the TOEFL, 6.5 on the IELTS, 79 on the TOEFL iBT, or successfully complete level 112 of the Intensive English for Academic Purposes Program from an English Language School (ELS) center.
An applicant whose baccalaureate degree is from a foreign institution must have their transcripts evaluated by an international evaluation company like WES Services in order for transcripts to translate to the English equivalent and University wide grading system
Applications for admission and supporting credentials for prospective international students must be received by:
International applicants living outside the United States should complete the required standardized tests at least three months prior to April 15 or September 15, as appropriate.