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- A completed MBA Program Application Form.
- Three letters of recommendation or evaluation forms from faculty and/or other professional sources.
- The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) score report, which should be sent directly from the testing organization. (Note: the Graduate Record Exam, or GRE, may be substituted for the GMAT). The following scores are required:
- A total of 1,000 points must be achieved based on the formula [200 times the overall GPA plus the GMAT score] or a total of 1,050 points based on the formula [200 times the upper-division GPA plus the GMAT score]. For persons taking the GRE, the formula is: a total of 200 points must be achieved based on: [20 times the upper division GPA plus the average GRE score]. To first obtain the average GRE score, a person must add the two category scores (verbal and quantitative) and divide by 2.
- A minimum score of 3.5 in the "analytical writing" component of the exam is required.
- Scores at or above the 20th percentile in the verbal and quantitative categories must be achieved. Persons who score below the 20th percentile in either or both categories may be admitted on a conditional basis that requires them to take additional foundation coursework (remediate) as prescribed by the MBA Program. The total and analytical writing scores must be satisfied on the exam for a candidate to be eligible to remediate low percentage scores.
- Experience: Candidates must demonstrate a two-year record of relevant, full-time employment in a professional or supervisory role. Applicants wishing to enter the program without the required two year-experience may achieve a waiver of the work experience requirement by meeting a higher point score of 1150 points based on the formula [200 times the overall GPA plus the GMAT total score].
- Applicants whose undergraduate degree was instructed in other than English must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and achieve minimum scores as required by the Office of International Education.
- Principles of Accounting
- Financial Accounting
- Business and the Economic Environment
- Principles of Microeconomics
- Management of Financial Resources
- Business Finance
- The Administrative Process
- Management Theory and Practice
- Marketing Fundamentals
- Principles of Marketing
- Business Research Techniques
- Statistics for Decision Making
- Management Accounting
- Computer Information Systems
- Managerial Finance
- Business Organization, Theory, and Behavior
- Integrated Business Strategy and Project Development
- Marketing Management
- Seminar in Quality and Productivity Management