The College also offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Business

The college also offers graduate programs leading to

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The College also offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Accountancy and Master of Professional Accountancy. Detailed information concerning these programs may be found in the Graduate Catalog . Departments in the College of Business are: Account- ing; Finance, Insurance and Law; Management and Quanti- tative Methods; and Marketing. Admission Requirements: A. Freshmen should contact Illinois State University Office of Admissions or the College of Business web site for admission requirements. Prospective students should, at a minimum, complete the coursework listed under “Admission Policies” in this catalog. B. Transfer Students: Through a competitive and selective process, transfer students are evaluated for admission from a pool of qualified applicants on the basis of indi- vidual qualifications. The College of Business reserves the right to maintain a balanced enrollment; the number of students who continue in the program may vary from year to year depending on program capacity and the qualifications of students in the pool. (1) New Transfer students (from other universities or colleges) must meet the University’s admission requirements for transfer students in addition to the following: a. Students desiring to transfer with fewer than 30 credits completed when they enter Illinois State are evaluated upon their college course- work, GPA, and College of Business admis- sion criteria for incoming freshmen. b. Students desiring to transfer with between 30- 59 credits completed when they enter Illinois State University are evaluated based upon their college coursework, GPA, and College of Business admission criteria. c. Students desiring to transfer with 60 or more hours completed are based upon their college coursework, GPA, and College of Business admission criteria. Completed coursework must include grades of C or better in ACC 131, MAT 119 and MAT 120 or the equiva- lent of calculus, MAT 121. (2) Internal Transfer students (transferring from majors within Illinois State University) must meet the following minimum criteria: a. Students desiring to transfer with fewer than 30 credits completed are evaluated based upon their college coursework, GPA, and College of Business admission criteria for incoming freshmen. b. Students desiring to transfer with a total of 30- 59 credits completed or in progress are evalu- ated based upon their Illinois State coursework, GPA, and the College’s admis- sion criteria. c. Students desiring to transfer into a business major with a total of 60 hours or more complet- ed or in progress are evaluated based upon their Illinois State University coursework, GPA, and the College’s admission criteria. Completed coursework must include a grades of C or better in ACC 131, MAT 119 and MAT 120 or the equivalent of calculus, MAT 121.
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