Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, in most cases the GMAT is required. However, it will be waived in if you hold a terminal degree such as an MD, JD or PhD from a regionally-accredited institution. Also, veterans or actively serving U.S. military personnel, Peace Corps Volunteers, with a 3.0 GPA or better from a regionally accredited, not-for-profit institution will be considered for a GMAT waiver.
Applicants complete an online application form and two essays while procuring one letter of recommendation, one set of official transcripts and official GMAT or GRE scores. They also pay an application fee ($85 domestic applicants/ $95 international applicants). The Admissions Committee will review completed application packets and identify viable candidates for an interview—via zoom. The Admissions Process includes details.
October 15 : Round 1
December 1: Round 2
February 1: Round 3 (international applicant deadline)
April 1: Round 4
June 1: Final Deadline