- December 1 for Spring Semester Cohort
- April 1 for Summer Semester Cohort
- July 15 for Fall Semester Cohort
MBA CALENDAR 2013-2014
Please CLICK HERE to see the MBA Calendar.
Applicants must submit the following items to the Office of Admissions in order to be considered for admission:
- Application for Admission. Application can be made online at www.beulah.edu with credit or debit card information. To initiate an application by phone, graduate students may contact the Admissions Office (404-627-2681/1-888-777-2422). The application can also be downloaded from www.beulah.edu and faxed or mailed to the Admissions Office.
- $75.00 Application Fee (non-refundable). Fees are based on degree program.
- Three (3) Professional Recommendations. At least one should come from a current or past employer or professor.
- 250 Word Essay (A statement of your professional goals). This statement must clearly outline the applicant's educational and professional goals.
- Official Transcript. An “official transcript” is one that is received directly from the educational institution attended, or is sent to Beulah Heights University (by any party) within the original, sealed, university envelope. Submit all transcripts to the Office of Admissions. Applicants to graduate level degree programs must submit an official transcript indicating successful completion of a baccalaureate degree program from an accredited college or university. Please see program specific requirements for more details. In some cases, additional transcripts may be required in order for an acceptance decision to occur. In order to receive credit for both transfer courses and prerequisites courses, students must submit official transcripts from the colleges the classes were taken.
- A GPA of 3.0 or higher from an accredited undergraduate college or university. A GPA of 3.0 or lower must be accompanied by GRE or MAT scores. Official test results should be mailed directly to the Office of Admissions.
The Office of Graduate Studies reserves the right to use professional judgment when conducting admission reviews and may request additional documentation to evaluate a candidate’s record. In addition, if certain documentation is not available or does not meet admission standards, the Division of Graduate Studies reserves the right to offer admission to students based on professional judgment.
All required documentation must be received before applicants are considered for admission.