The Master in Business Administration in Accounting (AMBA) is designed to allow students to earn an MBA while obtaining the required 150 semester hours typically required to sit for the CPA examination in Ohio.
The program is also appropriate for individuals wanting to enhance their financial management skills but not necessarily seeking certification.
Baldwin Wallace University undergraduates can complete the AMBA program concurrently with a bachelor's degree in business administration as coordinated 3/2 dual degree program.
Individuals already having a bachelor's degree can enroll in the AMBA as a stand-alone graduate program.
Steps to Enrollment:
- Request information packet by mail
- Schedule a personal advising session
- Attend an MBA Open House
- Apply Online (free)
- Send in recommendation letters, transcripts, resume, and GMAT (unless waived) to firstname.lastname@example.org
- A Program Coordinator will contact you by phone to let you know you are accepted
Foreign students traveling to the U.S. on Student Visa's have additional requirements
- Admission to the 3/2 program requires senior status at BW. Admission to the graduate program only requires an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university.
- A minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0) scale.
- Demonstrated professional work experience.
- Two letters of reference from work supervisors (3/2 candidates can substitute a professor's recommendation for one of the letters).
- A current resume.
- Official transcripts of previous academic work.
- A completed application
- A TOEFL score of 523 or GMAT score of 500
The GMAT is waived for applicants with a cumulative undergraduate grade point average of 3.4 or better. However, an advising session with an MBA director is required for all such applicants.