A: Foundation courses, are a group of six undergraduate courses that student with a non-business undergraduate degree must complete prior to admission. All of these are offered at Stanislaus State and maybe available during winter or summer term.
A: Yes, all applicants are required to have meet the minimum required scores on either the GMAT or GRE. Scores must be sent directly from the testing center. This requirement is not waived. Applicants whose undergraduate degree was not instructed in English must satisfy TOEFL or IELTS requirement, for more information please go to the Office of International Education Graduate Admission page.
A: Yes, applicants whose undergraduate degree is not instructed in English must take the TOEFL or IELTS and meet the Universities minimum requirements. Additionally, transcripts will have to be evaluated to US standards. Please visit the Office of International Education Graduate Admission page for detailed information on these two requirements.
A: Applicants missing the GMAT or GRE, when applications are reviewed, may be considered for a conditional admission. The conditions of admission must be satisfied prior to registering for a second term of graduate courses.
A: MBA holds can be for foundation course requirements or GMAT/GRE completion. Students working on foundation courses must contact the program for advising; these must be completed during the initial admit term. For GMAT/GRE holds, these will not be cleared until all sections are satisfied and official notification is posted (official score reports received, grades posted on students accounts, or official transcript received). For additional holds, these will be cleared directly with that department.