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To be admitted to the Washburn School of Business MBA program you must show promise of success and demonstrate competence in oral and written communication and college algebra and:
If your application to the MBA program is incomplete, you may be granted provisional admission for one semester while completing the application. During that semester, you must complete your application file and enroll in up to two MBA courses for a total of no more than six semester hours. Further enrollment is not possible without full admission to the MBA program.
Provisional admission may be granted if you are completing the foundational level courses for the MBA program. You will not be allowed to enroll in upper level MBA courses until you have completed those courses and have been granted a full admission to the MBA program.
A maximum of nine hours of graduate credit in the upper-level MBA program may be transferred from an AACSB-accredited graduate school and posted on the Washburn University transcript. Requests to transfer courses must be made to the Director of the MBA program.
Law School Courses
Up to six hours of credit from an ABA-accredited law school may be applied toward the 30-hour upper-level MBA requirement. The law school credit must be in business related, non-required law school courses approved by the School of Business. Washburn University offers a dual JD/MBA degree.