A: The Master of Business Administration is awarded upon satisfactory completion of 30 units of Core and Electives courses. Before beginning the core courses, students are required to have satisfied the foundation course requirements (this may increase the total number of classes taken).
A: The GMAT scores are needed for your admissions consideration for the program. If your scores do not meet the program requirements, resident students have up to one semester to satisfy the GMAT requirement, and can take one semester of core/elective classes. Prior to registering for the second semester, this requirement must be satisfied. Unfortunately this does not apply to international applicants. For international student conditional admission options, please contact the MBA Program at email@example.com. For additional questions, all students may contact the Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Program Director at email@example.com.
A: The program is intended for the active manager or technical supervisor as well as the recent graduate who is interested in advanced study in the field of business administration. Elective courses are used to expand knowledge of a particular discipline or to further enhance a broad managerial perspective.
A: Qualified individuals holding a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university may be admitted to the program. Each applicant must apply to the University and the MBA Program. Please look at our Admissions page for more detailed information.
A: Yes. The following is to be submitted to the Coordinator of the MBA Program, College of Business Administration. Beginning Fall 2005 the GRE has been accepted as an approved substitute for the GMAT. This requirement is not waived. International students satisfy take the TOEFL requirement, for more information please go to the International Students web page.
A: Letters of recommendation should not be older than one year from the start of the term which you are applying for. These should include the date, name, signature and contact information of the author. Letters of recommendation may be from professional, academic, and/or personal sources.
A: If this is an MBA hold, it can be for foundation courses, GMAT/GRE completion, or remedial course completion. Students working on foundation courses must contact the program for advising during each term; the hold will be cleared to allow for next terms registration. For GMAT/GRE and remedial holds, these will not be cleared until the requirement is satisfied and official notification is posted (official score reports received, grades posted on students accounts, or official transcript received). For Enrollment Services or Financial Aid holds, please contact that department directly.