Applying for Admission - Masters of Business Administration
We are pleased that you are interested in pursuing a Master of Business Administration degree at St. Thomas
Aquinas College. Candidates for admission should send their completed application and supporting credentials at least one month prior to the term in which they plan to enroll. Applicants meeting the admissions standards will be offered admission and must earn a 3.0 overall grade point average to maintain matriculated status. Students may also be accepted on a provisional or non-matriculated status. View our graduate catalog for details.
- A baccalaureate degree from an accredited undergraduate institution;
- A minimum of a 2.8 grade point average, based on a 4.0 scale;
- Three letters of recommendation;
- All applicants with less than five years' business experience must submit a GMAT score (Use code #2807).
To fill out the MBA application online, click on the link below:
Once your application is complete, save the file and submit it via email to email@example.com.
If you prefer, you can print out the application and mail or fax it to our office.
St. Thomas Aquinas College
125 Route 340
Sparkill, NY 10976
Fax Number: 845-398-4372
Please use the following to complete your application:
Recommendation Form (to be used as a template, you may also submit a free-form letter)
Educational Background Form
Request for Waivers*
Please scan completed forms and email as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to the number below.
A completed application file consists of the application form, a non-refundable application fee of $30, three (3) letters of recommendation, official transcripts, GMAT scores (if applicable), the Statement of Professional Goals, the TOEFL Scores (if applicable) and a resume. A personal interview is strongly recommended. For students with an undergraduate degree outside the United States, a World Education Services (WES) transcript evaluation must be provided.
*A maximum of 24 credit hours may be waived in the core courses based on a student’s previous undergraduate work. A maximum of 9 graduate transfer credits may be accepted (see catalog). A catalog with course descriptions and official transcripts must be submitted for all waivers requested. Requests for waivers must be received by the completion of the first quarter of attendance and are granted at the discretion of the College. With permission, appropriate business experience may also be substituted for undergraduate course work that could be applied to a waiver upon the completion and review of a proficiency exam. Students must inform the Admissions Office of their intent to take a proficiency exam at the time of acceptance to the program and must take the examination during the first quarter of study.