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Admissions - MBA

We welcome your application for admission. 

The following materials constitute a complete application file. An applicant's complete package will be evaluated by the MBA faculty. In certain cases, it is possible to enroll in courses before your application is complete.

Both the application and recommendation forms can be downloaded to your computer. The application may also be completed and submitted on-line.  And, of course, we would be happy to send these and other materials to you by postal mail. 

Application Form

You may complete and submit this form on-line or download it to your computer. 

Official Transcript(s)

You must submit official transcripts from all institutions where you completed undergraduate or graduate courses. You do not need to submit transcripts from Geneva College; we will obtain these internally for you with your permission. 

Personal Recommendations

You must submit, at a minimum, two recommendations from persons who are able to comment on your academic and/or professional qualifications. There is a form available for this purpose. Click here to download the form directly to your computer. 

Personal Résumé

Student résumés will be evaluated for collegiate, business, and extra-curricular activities and experiences.

Goals Statement

Each student is required to submit a statement which identifies the personal and professional goals of the applicant.

GMAT Test Scores

GMAT Test Scores will be required if undergraduate GPA is below our normal admissions requirements which is a 2.5 GPA.


All application materials should be sent to:

MBA Admissions Office
Geneva College
3200 College Ave.
Beaver Falls, PA 15010

If you have any questions or need other information, please contact:

Dr. Gary P. Vander Plaats, CPA Interim Director, MBA Program
gpvander@geneva.edu, 724-847-6619

Marina S. Frazier, Graduate Enrollment Manager
msfrazie@geneva.edu, 724-847-6697


Geneva College admits students of any race, color, sex, and national or ethnic origin to all of the rights and privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Geneva does not discriminate against students on the basis of race, color, sex, handicap, and national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic activities and other school administered programs.


 

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