BA/MBA Application Process

Application Process for Bachelor of Arts - MBA

(As a junior or senior undergraduate student wanting to take two graduate level courses)

  1. Go to business.dom.edu - and choose the button the right hand side - Apply Now
  2. Register an account to begin the application
  3. Once you receive the prompt to login, log into the application and select:
    What type of degree are you interested in? Graduate
    What school do you plan to apply to? Brennan School of Business
    What type of student are you? Graduate Student
    What program are you interested in? Bachelor of Arts-MBA
  4. Submit all of the same requirements as a MBA applicant.

Application Process to Continue to the MBA degree

(As a senior who is ready to graduate with a bachelor degree and wants to move forward with as a full graduate student)

  1. Go to business.dom.edu - and choose the button on the right hand side - Apply Now
  2. Go back to your previously created account for the application and sign in.
  3. Once you sign in, select:
    What type of degree are you interested in? Current DU Student with Intent to Continue for MBA
    What school do you plan to apply to? Brennan School of Business
    What type of student are you? Graduate Student
    What program are you interested in? Choose from:
    - MBA
    - MBA with a Coordinated Program in Dietetics-MBA/RD
    - MBA/Juris Doctor with the John Marshall Law School
    - MBA/Master of Library & Information Science
    - MBA/Master of Social Work
    - Master of Science in Accounting

The abbreviated application process to continue on to the full MBA will trigger an application review. The admission committee will then confirm that the applicant has made successful progress to continue on as a full graduate student. An admission decision will be rendered and a letter/email will be sent to the student.

*Students will also need to e-mail Lucy Hancock at lhancock@dom.edu with a provisional GMAT/GRE request if they wish to delay the test requirement for their first semester as a graduate student.