Graduate Admission Requirements

he Culver-Stockton MBA has the following expectations of graduate students, which includes advanced learning experiences, professional development, and strategic case analysis. - See more at: http://www.culver.edu/mba/default.asp#sthash.eBkICxVW.dpuf

The Culver-Stockton MBA has the following expectations of graduate students, which includes advanced learning experiences, professional development, and strategic case analysis. Apply for the MBA program.

Prerequisites: Principles of Accounting I and II, Macroeconomics and Microeconomics, Finance and Statistics and Business Calculus, or the equivalency of Culver-Stockton College’s undergraduate courses. Deficiencies may be completed through Culver-Stockton College’s Undergraduate Online Campus Program.

References: Provide two professional or educational references.

Requirements: Submit an official GMAT score, with a minimum combination of 200 X GPA plus a GMAT score greater than or equal to 1025. For information on the GMAT, visit www.mba.com.

Transcripts: Provide official transcripts from all colleges/universities, including the transcript with conferral of a bachelor’s degree.

Tuition: Each credit hour is $500.

General Admission Information

English Proficiency: Students are required to be proficient in English. If English is not considered the applicants’ first language, a minimum TOEFL score is required for admission: 550 or higher (paper-based) or 79 or higher (Internet-based). Additional information regarding the TOEFL, including how to register for the test, is available online at www.toefl.com.

Payment Policy: Culver-Stockton College accepts all major credit cards, cash, money orders or personal checks. Tuition in full is due at the time of registration, prior to the beginning of class. If an employer or third party is reimbursing the student for the course upon completion, the student may submit proof of reimbursement from the employer along, with a $100 deposit.