Admission to the MBA program is contingent upon the applicant having a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution with a grade performance indicating probable success at the graduate level


Full Admission:The following minimum criteria must be met in order to be considered for admission to the MBA program:

1. Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally-accredited traditional college or university. Online, distance learning, or degrees from nontraditional institutions will be assessed on a per applicant basis.

a. Applicants should have a career grade point average of 2.5 or better (4.0 system) for all work pursued, including graduate and undergraduate grades.

b. Applicants must be academically eligible to return to their previous institutions.

2. Approval from the Dean of the Frost School of Business.

3. The application packet should include:

a. A written essay, of no more than 500 words, explaining your career progression to date, your significant career accomplishments, your professional strengths, and hour professional goals.

b. A current resume.

4. Additional required application materials include:

a. One complete official transcript (sent from the institution directly to the Centenary Frost School of Business) from every institution previously attended, including undergraduate and graduate work. Transcripts from at least one of the previously attended institutions should show evidence of completion of a bachelor’s degree.

5. Completion of undergraduate prerequisites (if required).

6. Upon receipt of the above materials, applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview with the Dean of the Frost School of Business.

Undergraduate Pre-requisites:  Basic undergraduate preparation in Business Administration is a requirement for taking graduate level courses leading to an MBA. A student with a bachelor of business degree or its equivalent normally will have completed the basic courses needed. A student whose undergraduate degree is in another discipline can meet these requirements by completing two additional courses that may be taken in the classroom or online

  • Principles of Microeconomics (3 hours)
  • Principles of Macroeconomics (3 hours)

As an alternative, a student can demonstrate proficiency in the above areas on an approved test, such as the CLEP test. A student must earn a “C” or better in all prerequisites. The dean may require that a student
repeat certain prerequisite courses taken as an undergraduate. A student will not be admitted to candidacy for the MBA prior to having completed these prerequisites. Courses may not be taken for graduate credit without the proper prerequisite for that course. Students may take up to six (6) credits of graduate work while completing the undergraduate prerequisites. These courses are not part of the core requirements for an MBA.

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The MBA cost per credit hour for the 23/24 academic year is $733.33 or $2,200 per 3-credit hour course.

Additional fees may apply to individual courses within the degree.  For information on financial aid programs, please contact the MBA program coordinator at

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