|Description of MBA programs offered||http://www.stetson.edu/mba|
|GMAT or GRE scores||Required|
|Letters of Recommendation||Required|
|Electronic Application Accepted||Yes|
|Start Terms||Summer - 4/14/14, Fall - 7/21/14, Spring - 12/05/14|
|Is Admissions Process Need-Blind||Yes|
|Deferred Admission Allowed||Yes|
|Transfer Students Are Accepted||Yes|
|Transfer Policy||The graduate business programs require a basic foundation in business administration courses. Foundation requirements may be satisfied by courses taken at institutions accredited by the appropriate regional association. Coursework taken by applicants as part of their undergraduate curriculum may be applied to the foundation requirements if the coursework is comparable and if the applicant earned a course grade of a C or higher. After admission to a graduate program at Stetson, any foundation course may be satisfied by completion of a comparable course credit from an institution accredited by the appropriate regional association.
Advanced course requirements are ordinarily to be taken at Stetson. The following general policy will be applied by all directors of graduate business programs when awarding graduate transfer credit:
• A maximum of six hours of credit is transferrable into a graduate degree program. Transfer credit hours are not permitted for Stetson joint degree programs except from the partner school.
• Only business or economics courses taken at an AACSB-accredited university and in which the student earned a grade of B or above are eligible for transfer. Pass/fail and internship courses are not eligible for transfer credit.
• Courses may not be transferred from a previously completed degree program.
• Graduate credit must have prior approval by the director of the graduate program and the appropriate department chair. Students may be required to present course descriptions and/or course syllabi for review.
• The director of the graduate program, in consultation with the appropriate department chair(s), will determine if a course is the equivalent of a current graduate program advanced requirement. If the course is not determined to be equivalent, the course may be given credit as a graduate elective, if approved by the director of the graduate program.|