Applying to NCCU MBA
Admission to NCCU’s MBA program is
based on a qualitative and quantitative assessment of factors deemed relevant
for successful graduate study. Factors considered in the admission decision
- Scores from the Graduate Management Admission Test
(GMAT) - 5495 is the NCCU MBA GMAT code.
- Prior academic record
- Employment history
- Personal essay
- Recommendations of instructors, employers, or others
A personal interview is frequently
required for admission. Applicants for the MBA program may seek admission
with a variety of undergraduate majors. All applicants must submit
a formal application.
All MBA applicants must have the
results of their GMAT as well as official, sealed transcripts covering all
previous college or university work submitted directly to the MBA Office:
MBA Program Director
North Carolina Central University
P.O. Box 19686
Durham, NC 27707
For admission purposes, all applicants who are either noncitizens of the United States or are graduates of institutions of higher learning located outside the United States are defined as international applicants. In addition to providing GMAT results, academic credentials, and letters of recommendation, international applicants must fulfill the following requirements:
- Demonstrate proficiency in the English language by taking the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or earn a grade of “C” or better in freshman English at an accredited institution of higher education in the United States. An interview may be required. Candidates should obtain a minimum score of 173 on the TOEFL; test results must be submitted directly to the Office of the Director of MBA Programs.
- Wherever possible, academic documents from previously attended colleges or universities should be submitted directly by the institution to the Office of the Director of MBA Programs. Where original documents are impossible to obtain, notarized documents will be considered. The notarization should be performed by a government official invested with this power or by a proper representative of the American Embassy in the country of origin.
- International applicants are required to submit documentation certifying their capacity to meet the financial requirements necessary to complete the MBA program.
- International applicants must meet all applicable immigration requirements.
Admission credentials for all applicants, except international applicants, must be received by:
- June 1 for fall enrollment;
- November 1 for spring enrollment.
International applicants must submit admission credentials by:
- May 1 for fall enrollment;
- October 1 for spring enrollment.
Space in graduate programs offered by the School of Business is limited. Applicants are advised to apply early.