The current admissions policies and practices will apply to MBA program admissions.
Students are required to have a 3.0 overall undergraduate GPA and the GMAT or GRE are not required. Students who have taken either exam may submit their scores for review by the admissions team. As determined by the MBA Program Director, a particularly high score on either of these advanced examinations may satisfy the prerequisites of the MBA program for non-BBA applicants.
If students have a 3.0 from a regionally accredited business undergraduate program in any of the foundation courses, the course will be waived. Foundational courses include: finance, accounting, statistics, macro-economics and micro-economics. An acceptable passing score on related CLEP examinations (as determined by the MBA Program Director) will also be considered as equivalent to the foundation courses required of non-BBA applicants.