- Application and acceptance into the relevant partner program
- A minimum grade point average of 2.8 on a 4.0 scale on all undergraduate coursework.
- A minimum score of 450 on the GMAT or a combined quantitative and verbal score of 298 on the GRE. LSAT and PCAT scores are also accepted.
- Demonstration of undergraduate-level competencies in Accounting, Corporate Finance (MTWM only), Economics, and Statistics (MBA only). This requirement may be satisfied in a variety of ways:
- Completing and passing a three-credit undergraduate course in each of the subject areas. Such courses may be completed at any accredited college or university;
- Obtaining the equivalent credit(s) by passing a competency exam such as CLEP, or;
- Completing and passing one or more self-paced non-credit online courses offered through the Campbell Business School. These courses consist of a pretest, several lessons, practice quizzes and a posttest. Students who score 80% or more will satisfy the prerequisite requirement in the relevant subject area. Students will have two opportunities to achieve this score. The fee for each course is $200. Students may sign up for courses by paying the relevant fee online through our Graduate Prerequisite Modules Payment Center. Once purchased, please email email@example.com. The Office of Graduate Programs will verify your payment and place your order once payment is confirmed. You will then receive an email with a link to your module(s).
- Selection by the MBA/MTWM Admissions Committee. The institution reserves the right to refuse admission to any applicant without specifying reasons.
Please note that meeting the preferred admission qualifications does not guarantee admission. An applicant’s personal statement, letters of recommendation, specific course grades on transcripts, and work experience will be considered in addition to the GPA and test scores.
Applicants whose GPA or test scores fall below the preferred criteria may still be considered on a case by case basis.
Additional Requirements for International Students
- Proof of a score of 550 Paper-based total (61 Computer-based total) or better on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)