Challenge Yourself with an Online MBA
Sometimes the most difficult step can be that first one. In this case, it is likely one of the smartest decisions you will ever make. You can be among the first to earn your MBA from UD's new, online program. Are you ready?
Start Dates and Calendar
|Course Start Date||Completed Application Deadline1||Official Transcripts Deadline2||Registration Deadline||Tuition Deadline||Term|
|April 27, 2015||April 6, 2015||May 27, 2015||April 27, 2015||April 27, 2015||Spring II|
|June 29, 2015||June 8, 2015||July 29, 2015||June 29, 2015||June 29, 2015||Summer I|
|August 31, 2015||August 10, 2015||September 30, 2015||August 31, 2015||August 31, 2015||Fall I|
|October 26, 2015||October 5, 2015||November 25, 2015||October 26, 2015||October 26, 2015||Fall II|
1 A completed application will consist of ALL required documents outlined in the Admission Requirements. All documents must be received by the University prior to the deadline in order for an applicant to be considered for the associated course start date.
2 Official transcripts are to only be provided once admitted into the program. Unofficial transcripts must be submitted at time of application.
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We encourage everyone to apply. Our goal is to accept students who will be successful not only in completing the program, but also in applying what they've learned in their future career. We read every application individually and admit using a portfolio approach. This means that we consider many factors when making an admission decision, and no single factor will guarantee or disqualify an applicant from admission. Factors considered include:
- Prior Academic Performance
- Experience, including work experience, volunteer work, community service, internships, etc.
- Professional Skills
- Standardized Test Scores
- Professional and Academic Recommendations
- Achievements and Performance Awards
- Career Aspirations
Applicants holding terminal degrees (MD, JD, PhD, EdD, etc.) or who have four or more years of progressive work experience and meet specific GPA requirements may be eligible for a GMAT waiver. Visit the FAQs for additional information on the GMAT waiver.
GRE, LSAT, and MCAT scores are considered in lieu of the GMAT score for applicants who have taken them for other degree programs which they have completed.
The GRE will also be accepted and a waiver of the test would be granted through the same criteria used to waive the GMAT. For those who submit their scores, an overall score of 306 or above with a Quantitative score of 155, Verbal score of 151 and Analytical Writing score of 4 would be competitive with the applicant pool.
Applicants must hold the equivalent of a four-year U.S. Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university or the equivalent three-year non-U.S. degree.
The typical applicant has two or more years of experience (work experience, volunteer work, community service, internships, significant academic projects, etc.) but all applicants are considered even if they have limited professional experience.
Typically our applicants will have an undergraduate GPA 2.8 or higher, and for those required to take the GMAT, an overall score of 550 or above and scores which are greater than 50% in each sub-score.
International applicants will need to submit one of the following: a) proof of having earned a degree in either the United States or a country where the primary language is English; b) TOEFL score; or c) IELTS score. Typically students required to submit a TOEFL score have scored a 100 or higher on the IBT version or a 7.5 or higher on the IELTS.
A complete application consists of the following items. All documents are uploaded to the application system. No documents should be mailed.
- Unofficial transcripts from each institution of higher education that the applicant has attended. If admitted, the student will then be asked to submit official transcripts by the Missing Document Deadline.
- Two letters of recommendation. Recommendations forms are emailed directly from the online application to individuals who will be completing them and must be returned by them electronically.
- A current resume.
- Essay: What are your vocational objectives and how will your proposed plan of graduate study relate to them? There is no set length for this essay.
- An official GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Test) test score unless eligible for a waiver. GMAT, LSAT or MCAT scores may be considered. Visit the FAQs for additional information.
- $75 application fee. The application fee can be paid online by credit card or by check via postal mail; applications cannot be processed until payment is received. Fee waivers are available for applicants with a GMAT score of at least 600; visit the FAQs for additional information.
- International applicants will need to submit one of the following: a) proof of having earned a degree in either the United States or a country where the primary language is English; b) TOEFL score; or c) IELTS score.
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