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Prospective Students

Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)

A University of Dayton M.B.A. is a complete educational experience designed to enhance your career advancement potential. Innovative team-teaching methods and multi-faceted core courses give you a proven, cross-functional approach to business problem solving, in addition to a comprehensive understanding of theory and practice.
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Part-Time Program (M.B.A.)

Get your M.B.A. on your time. Our specialized classes are scheduled with the working professional in mind. You can take evening and weekend classes or take advantage of online courses and three summer sessions. You'll get the exceptional education you deserve at the times convenient for you.
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150-Hour Accounting Program (M.B.A.)

The 150-hour Accounting Program is an ideal opportunity for UD accounting undergraduates. Because 150 hours are already typically required to take the CPA examination, we've designed a program that will allow you to earn your undergraduate degree in accounting concurrently with an MBA in as few as 150 hours.
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Bachelor's Plus Master's (BPM) Program

The University of Dayton Bachelor's Plus Master's (BPM) Program encourages UD undergraduate students to continue their studies and complete a Master's Degree at UD.
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Joint Degree Program (M.B.A., J.D.)

The School of Business Administration and the School of Law will work with you to design the specific requirements of your program and save you valuable time. When you've completed the program, your credentials will double your opportunities.
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Cyber-Security Management Certificate

The University of Dayton's Masters in Business Administration (MBA) program and Riverside Research are offering students the unique opportunity to take a three-course sequence in cyber security management, resulting in a certificate or MBA concentration.
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AACSB Accreditation

The MBA program is the premier program in the greater Dayton area that holds AACSB accreditation. Review accreditation criteria and related information at the AACSB web site.
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Admission - International Applicants

If you are an international student, please visit the international admission web site for instructions on how to apply.
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Admission - U.S. Applicants

Apply online at the graduate admission web site. You'll need your official transcripts (unless you are an existing UD student), official GMAT or GRE test scores, resume or curriculum vita, personal statement (encouraged), and letters of recommendation (optional) to apply. Check the admission requirements for all the details.
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GMAT Registration

You may register for the GMAT at www.mba.com or call GMAT customer service at 800-717-4628 to schedule an appointment. There are testing centers worldwide making it possible to schedule the GMAT at a convenient location. We recommend that you schedule the test as soon as possible because preferred times go quickly. Practice tests are offered to registered test takers. We recommend that students purchase a test preparation guidebook and spend at least 40 hours preparing for their exam in addition to utilizing the practice exams offered online.
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GRE Registration

You may register for the GRE at http://www.ets.org/gre/revised_general/register. There are testing centers worldwide, making it possible to schedule the GRE at a convenient location. We recommend that you schedule the test as soon as possible, as preferred times go quickly. Practice tests are offered to registered test takers. We recommend that students purchase a test preparation guidebook and spend at least 40 hours preparing for their exam in addition to utilizing the practice exams offered online.
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Academic Catalog

To view important academic policies, MBA course descriptions, and detailed information about the MBA program, please review the UD Academic Catalog.
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