Any applicant failing to meet the requirements for unconditional admission, as defined above, may be considered for conditional admission if the student meets one of the following formula requirements: (Note: International students must meet the requirements for unconditional admission; international students are not eligible for conditional admission.)
200 times the GPA on the initial undergraduate degree plus the GMAT score is equal to or greater than a total of 850 points;
200 times the GPA on the last 64 hours attempted toward the completion of the initial undergraduate degree plus the GMAT score is equal to or greater than a total of 900 points.
Students who are granted conditional admission must achieve a GPA of at least 3.0 on the first 12 graduate hours attempted within the time frame specified by the CCBA Graduate Committee and indicated in writing to the student. Failure to comply will result in the student being dropped from the program.
All applications will be reviewed by a Graduate Committee composed of members of the graduate faculty within the College of Commerce and Business Administration and the MBA Director. The Graduate Committee will submit to the Dean of the College of Graduate Studies its recommendation on the conditional admission of each applicant. The Dean of the College of Graduate Studies, in conjunction with the MBA Director, will make the final decision on the conditional admission of the student.