Students desiring admission to the Master of Business Administration program must meet the following requirements:
1. Have completed a bachelor degree related to the business area from a recognized school. Students whose bachelor degrees are non-business related may qualify for admission to the program if they meet one of the following condition:
i. Have taken undergraduate introductory or survey courses completed in business management, economics, accounting and business statistics, each with at least 3 semesters or equivalent units and earned a minimal grade of C or above
ii. Will enroll in Kingston University's MBA pre-requisite courses (see below) after they are admitted.
2. Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.50 in their undergraduate course work completed.
Students who have had no prior academic training in accounting, finance, marketing, economics or general management theories are required to enroll in Pre-MBA Survey courses to help them gain an overview of the subject(s) in which the students are inadequate. By completing the pre-MBA course(s), which are one credit unit each, students will be equipped with essential basic concepts that are required to comprehend the graduate level of the subject course(s). Pre-MBA course(s) are recommended to students by the department advisor upon admission evaluation. These courses can be taken concurrently so long they do not compete with the Core course, ie. Survey of Accounting vs. Managerial Accounting. Pre-MBA course credits do not count towards satisfying the MBA graduation credit requirement.