One Year to Immediate Impact.
The One-Year MBA is ideal for students who have:
- Earned an undergraduate degree in business, economics, or engineering
- Exhibited strong quantitative skills
- Clearly defined post-MBA career goals
- Gained substantive work experience
- Identified a career path that does not require a summer internship
Application Deadlines for 2016-2017
|Round||Application Deadline||Notification||Deposit Due|
|Round 1||October 14||December 1||December 21|
|Round 2*||November 11||January 26||Feb 20 (One-Year and ALL International)
April 10 (Two-Year Domestic)
|Round 3**||January 4||March 3 (Domestic and One-Year International)
March 10 (Two-Year International)
|March 24 (One-Year)
April 10 (Two-Year)
|Round 4||March 10||Rolling (One-Year)
April 28 (Two-Year)
|Upon Notification (One-Year)
May 12 (Two-Year)
* Preferred deadline for One-Year MBA applicants, international applicants, and applicants interested in consideration for top named scholarships
** Final deadline for general merit-based scholarships
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We believe business should reflect the world we live in so we seek applicants who can contribute to our diverse, engaging classrooms in meaningful ways.
|One-Year MBA Class of 2017|
|GMAT 80% Range||560-710|
|Average Years Worked||6|
The MBA degree implies management and leadership training at the graduate level; however, the school you choose communicates the brand value of the degree within the marketplace. The school is a signal of the level of training and future potential of its graduates. It also gives evidence of curriculum relevance and rigor, cutting-edge "next practices" content, quality of student peers, and the reach of its alumni. A strong brand can create career opportunities and flexibility.
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