Preparing men and women for high-quality leadership is the primary goal of our Master’s programs.
Applicants will be expected to display both the physical and emotional health needed to succeed in an intense academic environment; they also must display the ability to express themselves in verbal and written communications.
All applicants for the various Graduate programs will be required to have full access to a computer and the Internet. They must display all necessary computer skills, including e-mail, word processing, spreadsheets, chat rooms, forums, and virtual classroom skills. All applicants must demonstrate potential quantitative and qualitative leadership skills, as well as evidence of self-discipline, a reputable character, and a strong motivation to learn.
Non-native English speakers applying to programs taught in English must demonstrate proficiency in the English language by achieving a minimum score of 560 on the Test of English as a Foreign Language’s (TOEFL) written examination; or a minimum score of 83 on the Internet examination.
Applicants are responsible to meet any prerequisites of the graduate program desired.
The following is also required from graduate program applicants:
- Complete and submit the free application form below.
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution. Please submit all transcripts from undergraduate work.
- A grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on all prior college work (Probationary acceptance may be granted for a GPA below 3.0 with the approval of the admissions committee).
- An undergraduate academic background in the desired graduate field of study. (Lack of prior college work in these areas will not prevent admission but additional course work might be considered necessary for graduation.)
- A resume’ showing work experience.
- An acceptable score on the GMAT or GRE taken within the last five years (waived with acceptable GPA on prior college work).
- Two (2) letters of recommendation.
- An autobiographical essay of a minimum of 750 words outlining the applicant’s experience, personal goals, purpose for enrolling, and readiness for graduate-level education.