MBA Program Admission Requirements

The University of Wisconsin MBA Consortium program is designed to meet the needs of graduates in the workforce as well as students seeking direct admission from their undergraduate degree programs. We also welcome applications from international students.


To be admitted to the MBA program in full standing, students must meet the
following requirements:

1 Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university

2 Cumulative undergraduate gradepoint average of at least 2.75 (on a 4.0 scale)

4 Submission of GMAT® or GRE® Test Results

A Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) score of 475 or above or a comparable Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) score.

» Learn more about the GMAT® (price, test locations, study information)

» Lean about the GRE® General Test (price, test locations, study information)

» Contact the MBA program director for more information

3 Non-business majors: satisfactory completion of MBA Program course prerequisites

Your undergraduate degree need not be in a business area. However, individuals without baccalaureate business degrees must satisfy MBA Program course prerequisites.

Many students do this by enrolling in the Consortium's Foundation Program. If you pursue this option, we recommend that you apply to the MBA Program before you begin your first Foundation course. This will allow us to advise you and better track your progress as you complete MBA admission requirements. It will also enable us to send you advanced registration materials.

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