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We are no longer accepting applications for Spring Semester 2021. Applications are now open for Fall Semester 2021.
For the Fall 2021 admissions cycle, the Auburn Full-Time and Online MBA programs will waive the GMAT/GRE test score under the following criteria:
Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution and:
*Experience is defined as professional, full-time and post-undergraduate or military experience.
Additional waiver requests may be considered on a case-by-case basis. Waiver requests can be completed online; however, it is advised to schedule an appointment with an admissions advisor in advance of submitting your request.
For Online MBA applicants, a competitive GMAT/GRE test score is required for scholarship consideration.
Important to note: Being granted a GMAT/GRE waiver does not guarantee admission to the program.
Before applying to the MBA Online program, you will be expected to take the GMAT or GRE (the GMAT being the preferred admissions test) unless you meet the waiver criteria above. Auburn MBA programs do not require prerequisite courses. In lieu of prerequisite coursework, we offer a self-study materials and an orientation experience that will allow you to start the program with similar and fresh foundation knowledge. Further details will arrive to accepted students in their admissions information packet.
As a new Online MBA student, you are invited to visit the Auburn campus for New Graduate Business Student Orientation, scheduled for the week before the start of both fall and spring semesters. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for exact orientation dates.
Participation is not required for Online MBA students, but students who have attended found it beneficial and were more engaged in their MBA experience. If you choose not to attend, you must view the orientation online. This online session is delivered soon after the orientation ends.
Those attending the campus event pay an additional $200 orientation fee to cover meals and other activities. Additional fees for transportation and lodging must be covered by the student.