MBA Program Admissions Requirements
Required of all applicants
A Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution is required of all applicants.
In addition to an academic review to verify the receipt of an appropriate degree, the Graduate Selection Committee will consider professional work experience for each applicant.
Applicants with a minimum of three years of work experience
Applicants with a minimum of three years of professional work experience should submit an Applicant Portfolio, which includes the following:
- current resume
- undergraduate transcripts
- *GMAT or GRE score submission is optional.
Please submit materials for the Applicant Portfolio to email@example.com.
Applicants with less than three years of work experience
In addition to the Applicant Portfolio described above, individuals with less than three years of work experience must also submit a recent (within 5 years) GMAT or GRE score report.
Please submit test scores and materials for the Applicant Portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upon the recommendation of the Committee, an applicant may be admitted provisionally. Conditions for removing the provisional status will be listed in the formal letter of admission.
Apply for the Spring Hill MBA Program
If you’re interested in the MBA Program, you will need to fill out the Graduate Studies Application for Admission.
Admission for International Students
Additional admission documents are required for international applicants. They include:
- an official copy of an English proficiency test with an acceptable score (TOEFL: Internet Based Test – 80, Computer Based Test – 213; IELTS – 6.5; Cambridge Examinations (CPE or CAE) – C; or the Michigan Test (MELAB) 90)
- an official course by course evaluation by an approved evaluation service like, World Education Service (WES), for course work completed at institutions outside of the U.S.
- proof of financial resources showing student’s ability to cover expenses for the first academic year, (an affidavit of support and/or a confidential bank statement from student’s parents, a relative or personal sponsor showing that sufficient funds are available or a sponsorship letter from a government agency, organization, institution or school)
Office of Admissions