Ready to apply? Here's what you need to get started.
Fall (Full-time and Professional* (Part-time) MBA)
- November 1
- January 15
- March 1
- May 1 (After this date, contact email@example.com to check on space availability.)
* Please note the Fall Professional MBA is delivered in an evening format
Spring (Professional* [Part-time] MBA Only)
- October 1
- December 1 (After this date, contact firstname.lastname@example.org check on space availability.)
*Please note the Spring Professional MBA is delivered in a hybrid format
Program Start Dates
Full-Time MBA: August 14, 2017 (includes orientation activities)
Professional MBA (Fall Start): August 28–September 1, 2017 (Orientation and first MBA class are full-time, full days for this week only)
Professional MBA (Spring Start): January 16-20, 2018 (Orientation and first MBA class are full-time, full days for this week only)
How to apply
First you'll need to submit your application online (including $80 application fee). Then make sure to upload or send the following:
- Professional resume/curriculum vitae (demonstrating a minimum two years of professional work experience)
- Two letters of recommendation (recommendation forms will be sent directly through your online application)
- Official transcripts from all post-secondary universities attended. They can be emailed (direct from the university) to email@example.com or mailed to the address below:
Office of Graduate Admissions
University of San Diego
5998 Alcala Park
San Diego, CA 92110
- An official GMAT score report (school code 29B-Q2-68). We also accept the GRE (school code 4849). See our FAQs for more details.
- International students and students educated outside the United States should look at the additional requirements below.
Are you an international student?
- For students educated in a language other than English: official TOEFL score of 92 iBT or higher (code 4849) or IELTS score of 7.0 or higher (if applicable)
- Students educated outside the United States must submit a course-by-course degree evaluation conducted by World Education Services or another credential evaluation company accredited by NACES
- If admitted to the MBA program, international students must also submit a Certification of Finances Form and official bank statements before you can be issued an I-20 for a student visa
Did you know the University of San Diego is a Yellow Ribbon school? That means we'll match money provided by the VA to give our military veterans additional tuition assistance.