University of Scranton

Scranton, PA
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Online MBA Overview

  • ACCEPTANCE RATE
  • 70%
  • APPLICATION DEADLINE
  • Rolling
  • COST PER CREDIT
  • $965.00
  • CREDITS REQUIRED TO GRADUATE
  • 36
  • ENROLLED
  • 237
  • GMAT REQUIREMENT
  • No
  • PROGRAM LENGTH
  • 2 years

For applicants to the University of Scranton’s online MBA program, providing a GRE or GMAT score is not required, but the university will consider them with an application. International students must submit TOEFL scores. Last year, the average undergraduate GPA for incoming students was 3.3, and the acceptance rate into the university’s online program was 70%. Three letters of recommendation are required. The University of Scranton currently enrolls 237 students in its online MBA program, and its one-year retention rate in 2022 was 90%. Students must complete 36 credits to graduate. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Best Online Master’s in Accounting Programs in 2023

  • TUITION
  • $26,850
  • ACCEPTANCE RATE
  • 79%
  • CREDITS REQUIRED TO GRADUATE
  • 30

The University of Scranton doesn’t require prospective students to submit a GMAT score when applying to its online master’s of accounting program. The program takes 12 to 18 months to complete and has a total tuition cost of $26,850. International students must submit a TOEFL score of at least 80 to be considered for admission. Three letters of recommendation are required to apply. Accepted students have an average undergraduate GPA of 3.26.

Part-Time MBA Overview

  • AVERAGE GMAT
  • DNP
  • AVERAGE NUMBER OF YEARS OF WORK EXPERIENCE
  • 3.12
  • GMAT REQUIREMENT
  • Flexible

Applicants to the University of Scranton’s part-time MBA program aren’t required to submit a GMAT or GRE score with their application if they qualify for a waiver. The acceptance rate to the part-time MBA program at the University of Scranton was 71% in 2021, and incoming students had an average undergraduate GPA of 3.48. U.S.-based applicants should submit their applications by Aug. 14, and international students should submit by June 1. International students from a non-English speaking country must submit a language proficiency test.