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Applicants to the Master of Business Administration program must meet the following criteria:
A bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited college or university, and ONE of the following:
  1. A minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.75 (4.0 scale) for all undergraduate coursework attempted 
  2. A minimum GPA of 3.0 (4.0 scale) for all upper-level coursework attempted
  3. A minimum composite score of 1,100 based on the formula of (upper-level GPA x 200) + (GMAT or GRE) = 1,100. Either the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or its equivalent on the Graduate Records Examination (GRE) - using the ETS Published "GRE Comparison Table for Business Schools" will be considered. 

 

International students must also have a minimum TOEFL score of 500 or a minimum internet-based TOEFL score of 75. International students are encouraged to contact the office of admissions to receive more information regarding their admission into the program. 

 
 
 

Prerequisite Courses (9 Hours):

 

The MBA program has three prerequisites which are needed before scheduling certain courses. Most students with an undergraduate business degree from an accredited business school are likely to have already taken these courses.

 

All applicants will want to schedule an advising session with the MBA Director to evaluate your transcripts and to develop a personal degree plan.

 

MATH 241 or other similar Statistics Courses

3 Credit Hours 

Collection and organization of business and economic data; descriptive statistics; measures of central tendency and dispersion; statistical inference; probability; time series; index numbers; and regression and correlation topics.

FIN 381- Business Finance

3 Credit Hours

Prerequisites: Junior standing and ACCT 200. A study of organization of business firms, financial planning, funds from operation, short and intermediate loan capital, owners' equity, long-term debt, and business promotion and expansion. A Laboratory fee is required for this course.

ACCT 200- Introduction to Financial Accounting

3 Credit Hours

Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. An introduction to corporate financial accounting systems including preparing, interpreting, and using financial statements.
 

*Non-business undergraduate students may be able to schedule ACCT 200 and FIN 381 concurrently but must first contact the MBA Director for permission.

**Students must attain a grade of "C" or better on all prerequisite coursework.

 

 

GMAT Informational Walk-Through

 

Step 1- Go to www.mba.com and click on "The GMAT Exam."
Step 2- The cost is $250.00. Next, you should click on the button that says "Schedule a GMAT Exam." This brings you to the web page in which you have to create an account. Do so, and then proceed.
Step 3- Fill out all information and proceed to "Schedule Your Exam" to find a testing center near you.
Step 4- Type in your zip code and the closest testing centers will populate. Select one of the testing centers and proceed
Step 5- Choose a date and time that coordinates with your schedule and proceed.
Step 6- Confirm your test appointment and pay for your exam to complete the application process.

**Once you have completed this process, you will receive a confirmation email with all of the relevant information pertaining to your testing appointment.

 

All application materials are to be submitted to:

Graduate Admissions
Southeastern Louisiana University
SLU Box 10752
Hammond, La 70402-0752

 

 

International Students

 

All international students must contact Amber Silessi for information on rules and regulations about applying to Southeastern Louisiana University. She can be reached at:

International Services
Amber Silessi
international@southeastern.edu
985-549-5910