Applicants are only admitted for the fall term. To be considered for fellowship funding, the application deadline is March 15. The final application deadline is May 15.
Initial applicant reviews will take place in late March and will continue until the final application deadline of May 15.
Admission interviews of selected applicants will take place in April and May.
Yes. We no longer accept paper applications or other documents. The application is a two-part process, the day after you complete the initial application information, you will receive an email with instructions on completing the MABA application through the GAMES admission system. Once all items are completed in GAMES and you have submitted your GMAT or GRE scores, you may submit the application.
Applicants can upload unofficial transcripts into MyRed. Once admitted, you will be required to have official transcripts sent to the Graduate Studies office.
This program does not accept transfer credits or waivers of any kind.
The program is designed to give each student the essential business skills you will need. The only prerequisite courses are stats and calculus.
The program lasts 11 months. It is an accelerated, cohort-based, on-campus program. Students take classes on campus from August to May,
complete their required internship and one online class in the summer term, and graduate in August.
Graduate courses are eligible for federal financial aid (FAFSA). In graduate school, 6 credits per semester is considered part time and 9 or more is considered full time. August and October terms are considered the fall semester. January and March are considered spring semester. In the summer, you must take two courses to qualify for financial aid. http://www.unl.edu/scholfa/graduate_students.shtml
There are fellowships available. http://mba.unl.edu/benefits-and-costs/financial-assistance/