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Admissions for Graduate Students

A master’s degree from an accredited business school can help open doors to management opportunities. Globe University/Minnesota School of Business offers graduate degree programs that focus on practical, employer-requested job skills. If you have a bachelor’s degree and meet some additional requirements, you may be eligible for admission into our graduate school.

Graduate program admissions requirements

All graduate degree programs require:

  • An official graduate/undergraduate transcript that documents completion of a baccalaureate degree.
  • A current professional resume.
  • Two professional letters of recommendation.
  • A student statement of purpose that clearly states the applicant’s professional, academic and personal goals.

Your admissions representative can give you specific details about these and any additional program-specific requirements. Upon receiving the required documentation, your admissions representative will set up an interview with the program dean to determine your acceptance into a graduate program.

International graduate admissions

College transcripts from international students will be evaluated by our education department to determine equivalency. International applicants must also provide attestation of English language proficiency. Learn more about international student admissions.

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