Admission Requirements

Welcome!

We’re thrilled that you’re interested in pursuing one of our graduate business programs here at the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business. If you would like to apply for admission, request information, attend an information session, or contact an admission counselor, please choose from the menu to the right.

Admission Requirements for Domestic Students

Admission to our graduate business education programs is conducted on a rolling basis and considers both your previous academic performance and your work experience. GMAT scores are not required for admission, although you are welcome to submit them for consideration.

To be considered for admission, please submit:

  1. A completed online application
  2. A non-refundable application fee of $50
  3. Current resume or CV
  4. Official transcripts from all colleges and universities you have attended
  5. A copy of all diplomas/graduation certificates for degrees obtained abroad (if applicable)

Admission Requirements for International Students

International students seeking admission to the College must submit:

  1. A completed online application
  2. A non-refundable application fee of $50 
  3. Current resume or CV
  4. An approved International Transcript Evaluation from SpanTran, Transcript Research, or WES
  5. Copy of Permanent Resident card (if applicable)
  6. Official TOEFL, IELTS, PTE Academic, MELAB, or iTEP score reports
  7. If planning on attending on an F-1 visa, please click here

Bachelor of Arts

Students interested in studying business management as an undergraduate major should apply through the University of Dallas’ Undergraduate Admissions office.

Professional Development

Students interested in our Professional Development programs should contact the Office of Professional Development.

Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)

Designed to accommodate working professionals seeking to enhance their careers, the DBA program is a selective, three-year 60-credit-hour program taught by scholar-practitioners using a blended format which combines both online and face-to-face learning.

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Our 30-credit-hour MBA program can be completed part-time in as few as 4-5 semesters. Offered year-round in flexible formats, courses can be taken both on-campus and online at both our main campus located Irving, Texas or at our facility in The Colony.

Master of Science Programs

Our Master of Science programs are designed for students who desire a graduate business education more specifically focused than the MBA. Most M.S. programs can be completed in as few as 30 credit hours or combined with an MBA in a 42 credit-hour program of study.

Graduate Certificates and Professional Development

For working professionals not immediately seeking graduate degrees, the College offers a wide range of for-credit Graduate Certificate programs and several non-credit professional development and certification training programs.

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