Master of Business Administration
Please refer to "The Graduate Admissions Process" section for general graduate admission information and requirements. If you are an international student, please click here.
Before registering for your first course:
Submit a graduate application for admission accompanied by a non-refundable
application fee. Download
the Application Materials or apply online.
Once admitted, please follow the steps below for registration:
- Register for MGT 6501 as your first course.
- Meet with a program director or chair for a program planning conference.
Please have a transcript (unofficial transcript is acceptable) available for the
conference. Contact Debbi Thomas to schedule your appointment (302) 356-2488.
- Have Official transcripts sent electronically or via mail in a sealed envelope directly from the school of attendance to:
31 Read's Way
New Castle, DE 19720-6491
- Complete a writing assessment.
Students who have met the admission requirements are advanced to degree
candidacy after completing four courses with a minimum G.P.A. of 3.0, provided
- Successful completion of MGT 6501 .
- Completed at least three credits in undergraduate mathematics with a grade of “C” or better at the level of college algebra, mathematics statistics or higher, MAT110 or higher, or successfully completed the CLEP college algebra examination.
- Completed at least three credits in undergraduate economics with a grade of “C” or better (ECO 105 , Fundamentals of Economics or CLEP economics examination).
- Completed six credits of undergraduate Accounting I and II with a grade of “C” or better in both courses. Students may complete MBA 5850 Financial Accounting for MBAs to meet this requirement.
- Completed three credits of undergraduate finance. Students may take MHR 7830 Finance and Accounting for Managers to meet this requirement.
- Submission of all required admissions documents.
Students not completing any of these items will not be permitted to continue
their MBA studies until the deficiency or deficiencies have been corrected.
Professional Certification Option
Wilmington University will award graduate-level credit for certain professional certifications. The credit for these professional certifications will be applied to a like course or courses in the curriculum or be accepted as an elective or electives if there are no corresponding courses in the respective program and the professional certification is in an appropriate field of study. Examples of professional certifications include: Certified Public Accountant; Certified Production and Inventory Manager; Certified Financial Planner; Six Sigma Green or Black Belt; and Senior Professional HR Manager. Students who wish to be considered for graduate-level credit should apply to the MBA Program Chair.
This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2012-2013 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2012 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.