Master of Business Administration
“The MBA program stresses the currency of issues and course material, theory, and application. In addition, emphasis on critical thinking, problem solving, and student collaboration help to ensure development of excellent communication skills. The program strives to challenge students to further enhance their talents and skills and to immediately be able to apply them to their workplace.”
Doug Glass, D.B.A.
Assistant Professor of Marketing
The student-centered focus of the MBA Program begins with the admissions process. Each applicant's experience and academic background will be reviewed as part of the application process.
Applicants who have earned either another master's degree or another professional degree (JD, DVM, etc.) are automatically admitted.
Applicants who have a 3.25 GPA or higher in their undergraduate course work and strong backgrounds are also automatically admitted without taking the GMAT.
Applicants with an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 and with strong evidence of potential success in the program are normally admitted without a GMAT score.
Applicants who have an undergraduate GPA of less than a 3.0 will normally need to take the GMAT and/or additional course work that adds positive indicators for success in the program.