Missouri State University College of Business

Springfield, MO
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Online MBA Overview

  • ACCEPTANCE RATE
  • 100%
  • APPLICATION DEADLINE
  • Rolling
  • COST PER CREDIT
  • $333.00
  • CREDITS REQUIRED TO GRADUATE
  • 34
  • ENROLLED
  • 234
  • GMAT REQUIREMENT
  • No
  • PROGRAM LENGTH
  • 1-3 years

Missouri State University College of Business doesn’t currently require applicants to submit a GMAT or GRE score for admission to its online MBA program, though the requirement is subject to return at any given point. No letters of recommendation are required. Incoming students had an average undergraduate GPA of 3.32 and an average GMAT score of 630 in fall 2022. The fall 2022 acceptance rate into the university’s online program was 100%. Missouri State currently enrolls 234 students in its online MBA program, and its graduation rate in 2022 was 63.1%. The application deadline operates on a rolling system. International students must provide proof of English proficiency as outlined on the program’s website. Students must complete 34 credits to graduate. The program offers concentrations in: accounting, business analytics, enterprise resource planning, finance, health care management, human resources management, international business, management information systems, marketing, and operations management.

Affordable MBA Overview

  • CREDITS REQUIRED TO GRADUATE
  • 34
  • ENROLLED
  • 337
  • RETENTION RATE
  • 88.00%
  • TUITION
  • $13,324.97

All online MBA applicants to Missouri State University College of Business’ online MBA program need to submit either a GMAT or GRE score or receive a waiver, which are granted on an individual basis. The testing requirement has been suspended through the fall 2022 term, however. Incoming students at Missouri State University had an average 3.34 undergraduate GPA and GMAT score of 560. Missouri State University admitted 100% of online MBA applicants last year. The school offers admissions on a rolling basis and currently enrolls 303 online MBA students.