How To Apply

How to Apply

The 36 Credit Master of Business Administration is designed to:

  • Combine theory and practice – allowing students to apply what they have learned in their previous and current professional experiences.
  • Acquire versatile knowledge in functional areas of business (finance and accounting, marketing, human resources, information technology).
  • Advance dexterity in leadership, critical thinking, problem solving, ethics, and communication through the combination of pedagogy and practice.
  • Deepen business acumen within a specific discipline including business analytics, finance, human resources, information technology, international business, marketing, or project management.

Students must have previous work experience, be working currently in a full-time or part-time position, be completing an internship, or job shadowing to apply. Furthermore, upon admittance into the 36-credit hour MBA students must complete at least one term of Curricular Practical Training (CPT). Thus, students who qualify may be authorized for CPT immediately (Day 1 CPT).

For more information on admission requirements please see International Admissions.

For more information on program sequencing and pricing see MBA 36 Credit Hour Degree Plan and Pricing Sheet.

International applicants applying to the MBA program are advised to begin the admissions process as early as possible and should use the checklist(s) below:

Students that are seeking an F-1 Visa for the first time should use the Initial F-1 Student Checklist. Students that already in F-1 status and seeking to transfer into United States University should use the Transfer F-1 Student Checklist.

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