Master of Science in Accountancy
Master of Business Administration
Master of Marketing Research
Master of Science or Master of Arts in Economics and Finance
Master of Science in Computer Management and Information Systems
1. Review the admission requirements for the program in which you are interested by using the links above.
2. Review the graduate admission procedures on the Graduate School site. International students should review admission requirements very carefully and meet appropriate deadlines for application.
3. File an application. You may use the on line application at the graduate school home page or you may print out an application from the same website to mail.
4. Complete the required Personal History Form and submit it to the program to which you seek admission.
5 . Take the appropriate admission exam and submit official scores to the School of Business. Graduate programs in the School of Business require submission of scores of the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). [Students applying to the graduate program in Economics and Finance may submit official scores from either the Graduate Management Admission Test or the Graduate Record Exam (GRE).] Students are required to meet minimum score requirements on this test. Please consult the website of the particular program to which you seek admission.
6 . International students must submit scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Some programs require submission of scores on the Test of Spoken English (TSE). Please consult the website of the particular program to which you seek admission.
7 . Once your materials are received, you will be notified if additional information is needed. Your application will be processed as soon as all materials are received. Some programs only admit students for certain terms. Some programs have deadlines that are different from the University Deadlines. Please consult a Program Director or their representative for specific information.
8 . Students may be required to provide curricular information regarding their undergraduate programs and course content. You may be asked to bring syllabi or course descriptions in order for waivers to be assessed.