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Admission Criteria for MBA Online and On-Campus:  

What are the admission criteria?
Undergraduate degree in any major
Minimum 3.0 GPA overall or 3.2 in the final 60 hours of coursework

What if I don’t have a 3.0 GPA?
Applicants not meeting the minimum GPA requirements for unconditional admission may still be considered for admission with other evidence of ability to complete the program of study.  Contact the director of graduate admissions for specifics.

Is the GMAT or GRE required?
No.

Am I required to have work experience?
No.

Do you interview applicants?
No.

International Applicants - Do I need to take the TOEFL or EILTS?
You must submit a TOEFL or IELTS score (unless a bachelor's degree was awarded from a US university or college) of:

Application Process

How do I apply?
Click on the button below to access the application process page:  

MBA Application Process

What semesters can a student be admitted to the MBA program?
Any semester.

What are the application deadlines?
Admission is rolling, but to allow sufficient to time have your application reviewed, please submit all materials 2-3 weeks before your intended enrollment.  

Are there any required prerequisite courses?
The MBA program highly recommends Financial Accounting, Macroeconomics, Statistics, and College Algebra.  For the Business Analytics concentration, Statistics is required.  

Can I transfer graduate credit from another MBA program?
A maximum of 6 graduate credit hours may be transferred from other accredited institutions at the discretion of the MBA program director.   Hours accepted for transfer must contribute to the student’s program of study and be preapproved by the program director.


Tuition and Financial Aid

What is the cost of attendance?  What financial aid is available?
Click on the following link for tuition and financial aid information.

Financial Aid

What types of loans are available?
Unsubsidized federal loans are available up to a maximum of $20,500 per year.  The following is a link to information on financial aid and FAFSA: 

LoansFAFSA

If my employer provides tuition reimbursement, what do I need to do?
Newman University offers a tuition reimbursement policy which allows you to delay all or a portion of your tuition payment.  Click here to review the policy information and instructions:

Employer Reimbursement Policy

Does Newman University offer payment plans?
Yes.  Students may enroll in a monthly payment plan through NBS e-Cashier Automatic Payment Program.   The following is a link to information on the payment plan program:  Newman Payment Plan Information

Does Newman offer any scholarships for MBA students?
No.

Who do I contact regarding veteran’s benefits?
Financial Aid at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 316-942-4291 ext. 2103.

Program Structure and Format

How many credits does it take to complete the program?
36 credit hours – 12 courses

Are classes offered online or on-campus?
The entire program is offered online.

What concentrations are available?
Leadership, Supply Chain Management, Business Analytics, Finance, and Health Care Administration.

Can I see concentration course schedules?
Click on the concentrations listed under Degrees & Curriculum on the MBA page.

MBA Concentrations

Where can I find a course schedule?

View the Interactive Course Schedule

Select the term and “Business Administration” for the Department and click “Search” to display the current schedule.
Please note that information regarding required textbooks can be found by clicking on “Materials” in the far right column of the interactive course schedule.  

How long do classes last?
Most classes are 8-week sessions.  

Is the MBA accredited?
Yes. Newman University's MBA program is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission – North Central Association. 

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