Graduate Program FAQs

Future students are encouraged to review the answers to these frequently asked questions. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact us.

Admissions

Once ALL application materials have been submitted, please allow approximately 10 business days for a decision to be made.

Students receive an email from the Assistant Director with their admission letter. Then within the next week they receive a packet of information and a hard copy of their letter in the mail.

There is a $48 application processing fee, but no university application fee.

We do not have a preference of one test over the other.

We accept GMAT/GRE scores that are no more than 5 years old.

Applicants meeting certain work experience and education requirements may be considered for a GMAT/GRE Waiver. View the GMAT/GRE Waiver Eligibility Requirements and Application Form

Please contact Campbell University’s VA Office at admissions@campbell.edu.

Please contact the Office of Financial Aid regarding questions about financial aid. The Lundy-Fetterman School of Business does not offer scholarships for graduate students at this time. 

 

Students enrolled in the 4+1 MBA program must maintain 12 undergraduate credit hours (per semester) during the 4th year to maintain Campbell University scholarships and loans designated for undergraduates. During the 5th year, students will be considered graduate students and no longer eligible for undergraduate scholarships or loans.

MBA Program

We operate on a rolling admission schedule, which means the Admissions Committee evaluates applications whenever they are completed. Applications are accepted until one week (5 business days) before the start date of the semester/term for which you are applying.

International applicants should apply at least one month prior to the start date.

If your application is not complete by the start date of the term for which you are applying your application will be rolled to the next term. View the upcoming admission and start dates here.

For 4+1 students, it is recommended that you have your application completed by July 1 for Fall or November 1 for Spring admission.

We currently have six starts dates since our program is based on 8-week terms. The start dates are: January, March, late April/early May, June, August, and October.

International students must begin in January, late April/May, or August.

 

Yes. You must have at least 3 credit hours of study in each of the following topics: Accounting, Economics, and Statistics.

Applicants that have not met these requirements may still be admitted under a provisional acceptance, and are permitted to begin taking courses, but must complete the prerequisite requirements by the deadlines stated in the program admission acceptance letter.

Please see the Graduate Programs Admission Criteria page for ways to satisfy these requirements.

We accept up to 6 credit hours from other MBA program coursework. This generally equates to two courses.

Yes, we allow students to take up to three MBA courses in the Professional Development Program.

Yes. You can earn your entire MBA online. Students may also take a combination of online and on campus/seated classes.

For students who are interested in a more field-specific MBA, we offer elective focus areas in Financial Services, Healthcare Management, Marketing, Accounting, and Leadership & Management.

Our MBA program classes are offered at the Main Campus in Buies Creek and at the Raleigh Campus in the heart of Downtown Raleigh . We also offer an online MBA program.

The Campbell MBA can be completed in as little as one calendar year. However, those who prefer a less accelerated timeframe have up to 5 years to complete the program. The typical time to complete is 18-24 months.

For our Dual Degree students, the MBA can typically be completed concurrently with dual degree programs.

The MBA program is $790 per credit hour for the 2020-2021 academic year; our program is a total of 37 hours.

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MTWM Program

We operate on a rolling admission schedule, which means the Admissions Committee evaluates applications whenever they are completed. Applications are accepted until one week (5 business days) before the start date of the semester for which you are applying.

The MTWM Program can only be started in August of each year.

Yes. You must have at least 3 credit hours of study in each of the following topics: Accounting, Corporate Finance, & Economics.

Please see the Graduate Programs Admission Criteria page for ways to satisfy these requirements.

Typically, we do not accept any transfer credits for the MTWM Program. The MTMW curriculum is so unique it is difficult to transfer credits from other programs.

Currently, we do not allow students to take classes if they are not enrolled in the MTWM program.

No. The MTWM program is only offered at the Raleigh Campus in Downtown Raleigh.

Our MTWM program classes are offered at the Raleigh Campus in downtown Raleigh.

We offer both a one year and two-year track for the MTWM program.

The MTWM program is $790 per credit hour for the 2020-2021 academic year; our program is a total of 39 hours.

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MAcc Program

We operate on a rolling admission schedule, which means the Admissions Committee evaluates applications whenever they are completed. Applications are accepted until one week (5 business days) before the start date of the semester for which you are applying.

The MAcc Program can only be started in August of each year.

Yes. Students must have twenty one (21) hours of undergraduate accounting courses comprised of the following: six (6) hours of intermediate accounting and three (3) hours each of taxation, business law, audit, cost and statistics. This requirement must be met by completing and passing undergraduate courses in each of the subject areas. Such courses may be completed at any accredited college or university.

 

In addition, student must have three (3) hours each in economics and corporate finance. Applicants that have not meet this requirement, may still be admitted under a provisional acceptance and are permitted to begin taking courses in the MAcc program.  However, the prerequisites course must be completed prior December 31st of the year they begin the program. Please see the Graduate Programs Admission Criteria page for ways to satisfy these requirements.

No. The MAcc program is only offered at the Raleigh Campus in downtown Raleigh.

Our MAcc program classes are offered at the Raleigh Campus in downtown Raleigh.

We offer both a one year and two-year track for the MAcc program.

The MAcc program is $790 per credit hour for the 2020-2021 academic year; our program is a total of 36 hours.

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