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The Haworth College of Business provides high-quality student-centered business education through teaching, research and service activities that deliver exceptional intellectual and economic value to regional and international communities.
College Graduate Degree Programs:
The degree programs leading to the Master of Business Administration and the Master of Science in Accountancy are offered within the framework of the graduate education goal of the Haworth College of Business.
The undergraduate and master’s business programs offered by the Haworth College of Business, Western Michigan University are accredited by AASCB: The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Enrollment in any graduate business course requires active admission to the M.B.A. or M.S.A. program. Students admitted to the University on Nondegree status are not eligible for enrollment in graduate business courses. Requests for exception to these enrollment policies must be submitted in writing to the Director of M.B.A. Programs, Haworth College of Business, 2320 Schneider Hall.
U.S. residents may apply throughout the year. International applicants need to apply by April 1 for Fall semester, August 1 for Spring semester, or January 1 for Summer session. Please submit the following items:
- The application and fee (accessed at www.wmich.edu/admissions)
- An official transcript from each academic institution except WMU
- One of the following
- Official GMAT scores, or
- Evidence of a prior Graduate or professional degree from an accredited U.S. university, or
- Resume and letter requesting GMAT waiver based on seven years of executive experience
4. Official TOEFL scores (for international students)
5. Updated resume
To continue enrollment in graduate programs in the Haworth College of Business students must meet published University standards for graduate education. These standards require active admission status and an overall grade point average of at least 3.00 in all graduate business course work with alternative enrollment conditions possible as defined in the “Academic Standards” section of this Graduate Catalog.