Master of Business Administration
The MBA focuses on producing managers and leaders who can meet these challenges with emphasis on decision making in an uncertain environment, interpersonal and communication skills, ethics and social responsibility, and globalization.
An MBA can give you broad-based management skills to advance to leadership roles. It can help you accelerate your career advancement or start your own businesses. Or it can help you gain the skills needed to confidently assume leadership roles and to gain a better understanding of complex situations and decisions.
Applicants should possess a three or four-year undergraduate degree in any discipline with a minimum B average (GPA of 3.0 on a scale of 4.33 or local equivalent) in the last 60 credits. Applicants with a 4-year business degree from an acceptable institution may be eligible for accelerated entry directly into the 6000-level courses.
A GMAT score is not required, but candidates may be asked to submit a GMAT score to aid the degree committee in assessing their application when deficiencies are identified.
Exceptions may be considered.
Applicants should demonstrate their language proficiency. Applicants who did not complete their undergraduate degree at an English language university in a country where English is the primary language should have a recent minimum academic IELTS score of 7.0 (with no band below 6.5) or institutional equivalent.
Applicants should possess adequate quantitative skills assessed through successful completion of specific undergraduate courses in quantitative subjects or an optional GMAT score. Those deemed to be deficient in these areas may be accepted but required to undertake other approved courses or developmental activities to upgrade their quantitative skills.
Resume and Letter of Intent
Applicants should demonstrate the maturity, motivation and communication skills to be successful in the program. This will be assessed by means of a letter of intent and resume.
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