The applicant's GPA from his/her last 60 semester credit hours will be used as a part of the admission committee’s review for competitiveness for admission (currently, the average admitted GPA is a 3.3).
Local applicants must submit official transcripts from all U.S. based colleges and universities attended, including any graduate program in which the applicant was enrolled for admission. These transcripts must be certified, signed or stamped official by the university’s Registrar Office.
International applicants and U.S. citizen and permanent resident applicants with an international degree must submit an official attested photocopy of academic documents such as a transcript, diploma, mark sheets, provisional degree certificate and or your final degree certificate, in a school sealed envelope with the school seal stamped on the back side of the envelope (see a list of examples of required academic documents needed).
Overall, applicants must provide the following documents:
Note: Resume, recommendation letters and personal objective statement, if not electronically submitted with your application or mailed in with your transcripts, please email your letters of recommendation, resume, and/or personal statement to email@example.com. Please include your application ID with your email.
Prerequisite knowledge in calculus is a requirement for Professional MBA, Professional MBA Online and all MS program except MS Marketing, MS Healthcare Management, MS International Management Studies, MS Information Technology Management and MS Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
MS Finance program require basic statistics as a program prerequisite. Students who have not meet the basic statistics prerequisite will need to complete OPRE 6301 to complete the basic statistics requirement for the MS Finance Program.
Applicants need to have earned a "B" or better in calculus or its equivalent to satisfy the prerequisite. Applicants who have not satisfied this requirement may be admitted but will need to satisfy the prerequisite within the first semester of UT Dallas course work, by taking OPRE 6303 (Quantitative Foundations of Business.)