Many advanced degrees require a GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) or a GRE (Graduate Record Exam) for admission consideration.
These standardized assessments help assess the qualifications of applicants for advanced study; schools use the test as a predictor of academic performance in graduate level programs. Scores are valid for five years.
To help students succeed in an increasingly global marketplace, Penn State Behrend has assembled an exceptional faculty with business experience in nearly every part of the industrialized world. Educated at leading universities, Penn State Behrend faculty members value high-quality teaching and research. To further ensure excellent instruction, almost all MBA classes are taught by full-time faculty.
MBA students are required to complete 30 credits; 21 credits of Advanced Required course work and nine (9) credits of Electives that allow students to pursue more in-depth study in areas of special interest.
To be considered for enrollment in the MBA program at Penn State Behrend, you must have received a bachelor's degree from a regionally-accredited institution under residence and credit conditions substantially equivalent to those required by Penn State.