Graduate Business Programs
Frequently Asked Questions
- Supplemental Documents
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Yes, please call us at 559.278.2107 or email us at email@example.com to schedule an in-person, phone or Zoom appointment with our advisor.
There is only one application on Cal State Apply for both the Traditional and Online Blended MBA programs, and it does not have an option for "Online." This is the correct application. Once you have been accepted to our program, you will automatically be able to register for online courses.
You can, but you will be taking a risk. The Cal State application functions on a different time zone and may shut down earlier than anticipated on the deadline date. We recommend that you submit your application ahead of the deadline.
You will not submit the Cal State application until you have submitted these initial items and have been accepted to the EMBA or Ag EMBA program. If you submitted a Cal State application too soon, please contact our office.
The acceptance rate is about 30 percent. We encourage you to apply regardless of our acceptance rate.
Depending on when you submitted your application, it can take one to three months to find out if you have been accepted into the program.
GMAT waivers are available. Upon receipt of your application, our department will determine whether you are eligible for a waiver based on the materials that you provide.
Yes, we accept the GRE; however, we do measure your score by a different scale. We highly recommend that you take the GMAT as it makes you a more competitive applicant.
We accept letters of recommendation from employers and/or professors.
Yes, international applicants will need to submit TOEFL or IELTS scores in order to be considered for the EMBA or Ag EMBA program.
No, our office will be able to access your transcripts on our computer system.
No, the MBA is a general degree. However, you may take electives in your field of interest.
Yes, our Traditional MBA courses are offered in the evenings and our Online Blended MBA provides even more schedule flexibility. Our EMBA and Ag EMBA courses mostly take place on Saturdays.
You must take nine units (three classes) to be considered a full-time graduate student.
If you have graduated with a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the Craig School of Business, you have already fulfilled some or all of your prerequisite requirements for the MBA degree. If you attended a different university, then we will determine if your credits will transfer upon receipt of your transcripts.
No, students may pick and choose which courses they would like to take online and which courses they would like to take in person.
Yes, you can take your courses 100 percent online. Depending on who your professor is, you may have to take some final exams on campus or at an approved testing center. You may also have to present your final Culminating Experience project on campus.
Yes, we do have scholarship opportunities available. To apply, please visit: Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.
While you can apply for Financial Aid, our program does not have any influence over how much money you may receive. For more information, please visit: Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.
No, we do not have any Graduate Assistantships available at this time.