A completed application for the Master of Business Administration (Campbell MBA, 4+1 MBA, and Dual Degree MBA), Master of Accountancy, Master of Trust & Wealth Management, and Professional Development Program, includes the following application materials.
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Attach a current resume to your Online Application Form.
If you will be applying for a GMAT/GRE Waiver, please be certain that your resume reflects years of experience in each position held. Please see the GMAT/GRE section below for more information on this waiver.
Attach an essay to your Online Application Form.
The essay should be approximately one to two pages in length and should address the following question:
MBA & MAcc Programs:
Describe how personal experiences have shaped your academic and career goals and highlight how our graduate program will advance them. What experience best illustrates your ability to meet the rigors of our graduate program?
What lies ahead for you in your career? What are the gaps or deficiencies currently preventing you from pursuing these potential career paths? How do you plan to use your time in the Campbell MTWM program to fill these gaps and advance your career?
Submit official copies of transcripts from all universities attended.
Transcripts can be ordered through the BusinessCAS application (electronic or paper) to be sent directly to BusinessCAS for upload.
Campbell University alumni and 4+1 MBA applicants do not need to request Campbell University transcripts for their application. Transcripts will be uploaded once their application has been submitted.
Recommendations will be collected through the Online Application. Applicants will enter the first and last name, along with email address, for each recommender. We recommend choosing a due date within 2-3 weeks from the recommendation request unless the application due date is sooner; do not pick the application due date if more than 3 weeks away. Recommenders will receive a link via email to provide their recommendation.
The number of recommendations required varies by program:
- Campbell MBA: 1 letter of recommendation
- 4+1 MBA: 2 letters of recommendation (one from a business school faculty member)
- MTWM: 1 letter of recommendation
- MAcc: 1 letter of recommendation
- Dual Degree MBA: Letters of recommendation from the partner program application will be used for your MBA application, therefore no additional recommendations are required
- Professional Development : No letters of recommendation are required
Applicants should take the GMAT or GRE and have the score report sent to the School of Business Graduate Admissions Office.
Applicants to the Professional Development program are not required to take the these tests, since this is non-degree seeking program. Should you later decide to apply for the MBA program, scores will be required at that time.
GMAT Code: 7G7-0L-18
GRE Code: 8567
GMAT/GRE Waiver Opportunity
MBA, MAcc, and MTWM applicants may be considered for a GMAT/GRE Waiver if they meet one or the following work experience and/or education requirements:
- Two or more years of full-time, professional work experience showing increased responsibility throughout your career
- Two or more years of military service showing increased responsibility
- Undergraduate GPA or 3.7 or higher from a regionally accredited college or university for a completed bachelor’s degree
- A completed graduate degree or US graduate degree equivalent
- Nine or more credit hours in an accredited MBA or MAcc program with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and no grades of a C or lower
- CPA, CFA, CPF, PMP, CMA Certifications
- Acceptance into another Campbell University Graduate program (for MBA and MTWM Dual Degree program applicants)
4+1 MBA applicants may be considered for a GMAT/GRE waiver if they meet one of the following:
- have a 3.5 gpa or higher, no more than 1 C in business related courses*, and nothing below a C
- are in the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business Truist Scholars program, Lundy-Fetterman School of Business Trust Fellows Program, or Campbell University Honors Program.
Approved waivers can be attached to the BusinessCAS Online Application Form.
- Application and acceptance into the relevant partner school:
- Juris Doctorate (JD)
- Master of Divinity (MDiv)
- Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR)
- Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH)
- Doctorate of Pharmacy (PharmD)
- Applicant should request a copy of their partner school application be forwarded to the Graduate Programs Office at the School of Business. The School of Business will use the test scores (PCAT, LSAT, etc.), official transcripts, and letters of recommendation from the student’s partner school to satisfy those requirements of the Graduate Program application.
- Evidence of English Proficiency: submit 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), 5.5 or better on the IELTS, or 90 or better on Duolingo in English.
- Submit certified/official copies of all transcripts, degrees, and diplomas
Submit a statement of financial support for one year of education in the U.S.A. independent of entry term and potential athletic scholarship. The cost for each student is calculated for one year (include one year of study/tuition, living costs $10,000, and other expenses $7,000). These documents, which determine sufficiency of funds, needs to be certified, include student’s name, sponsor’s name, amount in U.S. dollars, and can be in the format of a bank statement or a notarized/certified letter. The official document must be dated within the last six months and must show at least the total cost as indicated above.
Copy of Passport/Visa
- Reside in North Carolina during studies.
More information for International Students can be found on the International Admissions page. International students are not eligible for the Online MAcc, MBA, or MTWM programs.
International applicant’s applications will be evaluated by the Business Admission Committee and the International Admissions Office. Once approved for clearance, an official acceptance letter is sent. Once address is confirmed, the I-20 is mailed to the physical address (international shipping times may vary). The tracking number is sent to the applicant. After receipt of I-20, receipt of student visa will depend on processing time of your embassy.
Once your application has been received, applicants will be notified within 5 business days if your application is ready for review or missing any materials. Once all application materials have been received, the Graduate Admissions Committee will make appropriate reviews. Applicants are notified typically within 10 business days of a completed application, whether or not admission has been granted. The institution reserves the right to refuse admission to any applicant. International applicants will take longer due to the additional processing by the International Admissions Office.