Graduate Programs in Business
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Applicants may be admitted as degree seeking (Unconditional or Conditional) as listed below. Degree-seeking applicants must meet the university requirements listed above under Types of Admission.
To be considered for admission in the College of Business and Global Affairs (CBGA), applicants must holda bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university or be currently enrolled in their final semester for a baccalaureate degree at an accredited American university/college. In addition, applicants must supply a resumé (including work history and educational record), a minimum acceptable GMAT Total Score and official transcripts from all universities/colleges attended. Students not achieving at least a 3.5 score on the Analytical Writing portion of the GMAT Exam must take Business Administration 701 (Research Methods and Communications), English 325/525, or Intensive English levels V and VI during the first term in which they take graduate courses. If the GMAT is taken more than once, the highest GMAT Total Score is used for determining admission and the highest Analytical Writing Score is used for determining whether Business Administration 701 must be taken. All materials should be submitted to the Graduate Studies Office, The University of Tennessee at Martin, Martin, TN 38238.
The applicant must:
If the applicant’s exceptional professional achievement (to include at least three years of professional experience) clearly demonstrates to the College of Business and Global Affairs Graduate Admission Committee high promise of success at graduate work, then the applicant must:
The applicant must
An applicant in Business can only be admitted as a non-degree student if he or she has already earned a graduate Business degree.
A student who has been admitted to a master's degree program at another institution (whether matriculated or not) and who wishes to take courses for transfer to that institution may be admitted as a transient student upon receipt of an application for admission, application fee, and an official letter from that institution verifying that the student is enrolled in a graduate degree program and is in good academic standing.
The transient classification is valid for one semester only. Enrollment as a transient student in any subsequent semester requires reapplication (no additional application fee required) and an official letter from the applicant's degree-granting institution affirming that the student is enrolled in a graduate degree program and remains in good standing. A maximum of 12 UT Martin graduate semester hours may be accumulated while enrolled as a transient student.
Seniors Taking Graduate Course Work
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