For full-degree seeking students
- Applicants must have earned four-year undergraduate degrees. A specific undergraduate major is not required.
- Degree-seeking students must have a competitive GMAT score.
- Degree-seeking students must have GPA of 3.0 or higher for all previous college work. Non-degree seeking students must have either a 3.0 GPA overall or a 3.0 GPA in the last 60 hours of academic work.
- Applicants must demonstrate proficiency in mathematics, the use of computers, and communication skills (both written and oral) through academic coursework, professional experience or GMAT scores.
- International applicants must score at least 577 (230 computer-based; 90 Internet-based) on TOEFL or a minimum score of 6.5 on the IELTS exam.
For non-degree seeking studentsApplicants who have completed undergraduate degrees with either a 3.0 GPA overall or a 3.0 GPA in the last 60 hours of academic work, but who have not taken the GMAT, may be considered for acceptance as non-degree seeking students.
In this case, a student may take no more than eight hours of 600-level graduate work, and will be required to submit GMAT scores before continuing enrollment.
Acceptance as a non-degree-seeking student does not assure acceptance into the program, regardless of the course grades received. Once the GMAT score has been received, the student’s admission status will be re-evaluated. If, at that time, the student meets the criteria for acceptance, the status will be changed to full-degree seeking.
Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for University or federal financial aid. International students are not eligible for non-degree seeking status.