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King University welcomes students who desire:
Admission decisions reflect genuine concern for the applicants as well as for the
integrity of King University. Admission to the University is competitive and based
on an overall evaluation including:
To be eligible for enrollment in the MBA Program at King University an applicant must
meet the following criteria:
To apply for admission to the Master of Business Administration program, individuals
must take the following steps:
The MBA Program Coordinator will consider any exceptions to the above criteria. Students
who do not meet the minimum GPA requirements, but appear to be capable of performing
well in the program, at the discretion of the admission committee may be accepted
conditionally into the program. Conditional acceptance will be lifted upon the student's
successful completion of his or her first semester with a grade point average of 3.0
or higher. Failure to achieve a grade point average of 3.0 or higher will result in
the student being academically suspended.
The MBA Program at King University does not require GMAT scores.
To earn a MBA degree, each Graduate Student must:
Up to six graduate credits of "B" work or above from regionally accredited colleges
or universities may be accepted in transfer toward meeting the elective requirements
of the program.
Orientation is within the first two weeks of classes and is mandatory for all new
students. Curriculum materials for the first semester and assignments for the first
week are provided by the University at that time. All tuition and fees for the first
semester must be paid at registration unless other arrangements have been made as
detailed on the Business Office page.
If you have specific questions about admissions requirements, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call toll free 800.362.0014.