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A Dynamic MBA - Global, Cross-functional and Flexible
An emphasis on practical aplication of business theory
Seminars to help students understand the interrelationships among the business functions
Cross-functional seminars in internaional business and management of innovation and technology.
International content in evey advanced course.
Electives to enable students to focus on a desired concentration.
Optional independent research project or internship.
Admission Information
The Masters of Business Adminisration program is designed for students with undergraduate training in either
business or non-business areas. The oveall purpose of the program is to prepare indiviuals for careers in
management. More specifically, its aim is to provide an opportunity for men and women to develop knowledge,
abilites, and understanding that will constitute a
foundation for their growth into competent and
responsible business managers.
The program is designed to meet the needs of both full-time and part-time students. All required courses are
offered both during the day and in the evening. Special off campus prorams may be designed at the request of a
business to meet the needs of its employees and those of surrounding businesses.
Application Procedure
Applicants for the Masters of Business Administration program must have:
A total of at least 950 points based on the formula : 200 times the overall grade point average plus the
Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) score; or at least 1,000 points based on the formula : 200 times the
upper division grade point average plus the GMAT score.
Students scoring below the 20th perentile on the verbal section of the GMAT will be required to take a six
credit course, GAD 500. Students with scores below the 25th percentile on the quantitative section of the GMAT
will be required to take a two credit course, OMS 500. Regisration forms for the GMAT are available in the
Office of Graudate Admissions (Fenn Tower, Room 109) or the Cleveland State University Testing Center
(University Center, Room 253B). The GMAT may be waived for applicants holding a Ph.D. or M.D. degree. A ?core
from the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) cannot be substituted for the GMAT.
An official transcript from each college and university previously attended must be sent to the Office of
Admissions (Fenn Tower, Room 109).
Complete and submit the Graduate Admission Application with the $25 application fee. You can request a graduate
application to be mailed to you through this link. International students visit the International Students Web
Page for further details.