How to Apply
An applicant should complete the following steps for consideration of admission into the MTWM Program:
- Application - Submit the application along with a $65.00 application fee prior to July 25. The application fee is nonrefundable. Students are admitted only at the beginning of each program cycle. Students are required to take all courses in the proper sequence in order to receive the full benefit from the MTWM learning experience. In exceptional cases, the MTWM Admissions Committee may, in its sole discretion, waive this requirement.
- Reference forms should be distributed to three professional persons who have been directly involved in the student's academic or professional work. These forms should be mailed directly to the Graduate Admissions Office by the recommending individuals.
- The applicant should request that an official copy of their undergraduate transcript and a copy of the GMAT (LSAT for JD/MTWM Applicants) score be sent to the Director of Graduate Admissions. (International students must also submit a copy of their TOEFL Score.)
- After appropriate decisions have been made in the Graduate Admissions Office, the student will be notified of his/her status by the Graduate Admissions Office.
Action on Applications
Students are informed, within a few weeks after receipt of the completed application, whether or not admission has been granted. The institution reserves the right to refuse admission to any applicant without specifying reasons.
Successful applicants will satisfy the following requirements:
- A bachelor's degree from an accredited institution of higher education
- A minimum grade point average of 2.7 on a 4.0 point scale on all undergraduate work.
- A minimum score of 450 on the GMAT, 300 (including 144 on each section) on the GRE, or a minimum score of 150 on the LSAT.
- Having successfully complete the prerequisite undergraduate courses in accounting, computer science, corporate finance, economics, international business, and statistics.
- Selection by MTWM Admissions Committee, including consideration of recommendation letters, past experience, and academic performance.
Applicants not meeting the above criteria may still be granted provisional admission to the MTWM program. The minimum requirements for provisional admission include the following:
- A bachelor's degree from an accredited institution of higher education.
- A minimum grade point average of 2.50 on a 4.00 scale on all undergraduate work.
- A minimum score of 400 on the GMAT, 295 (including 144 on each section) on the GRE, or a minimum score of 145 on the LSAT.
- The understanding that all prerequisite undergraduate courses must be successfully completed by the conclusion of the fall semester in order to remain in the MTWM Program.
- Selection by the MTWM Admissions Committee, including consideration of recommendation letters, past experience, and academic performance.
Any student who interrupts his/her graduate program by not registering for course work during any term of the regular academic year must apply for readmission before he/she can resume graduate studies. All applications for readmission should be presented to the Graduate Admissions Office at least two weeks prior to the opening of registration for the term in which a student wishes to resume graduate work. One consideration for denying immediate readmission is the student not being able to take the MTWM courses in the proper sequence as laid out in the MTWM Curriculum.
Students admitted to the Evening MTWM Program may pre-register for classes by submitting the pre-registration form included with their acceptance letter or go through late registration the first day of each class session. Students are strongly encouraged to pre-register for classes. Please visit campbell.bncollege.com to order online and have your books shipped to the location you desire. Online purchases are credit card only. If you would like to use a book voucher or financial aid, please contact the bookstore at 910-893-1455 to place your order. Campbell will bill you during the term for classes.
Applicants for the MTWM program must have successfully completed the following undergraduate classes in order to be granted full admission status to the MTWM program:
|Economics||3 semester hours|
|Accounting||3 semester hours|
|Corporate Finance||3 semester hours|
|Statistics/or Quantitative Methods||3 semester hours|
|Introduction to Computers||3 semester hours|
|International Business (see note)||3 semester hours|
Applicants who have not successfully completed the prerequisite undergraduate courses will be granted provisional admission to the MTWM Program if they meet the other admission criteria. These students will have until the conclusion of the fall semester to successfully complete the prerequisite undergraduate courses. Upon successfully completing the prerequisite courses the student will be granted full admission status. If a student does not successfully complete the prerequisite undergraduate courses by the conclusion of fall semester in which they are enrolled in the program, they will not be allowed to continue in the MTWM program and must apply for readmission in a subsequent year.
Note: The International Course requirement may be satisfied by taking either a course in International Business, International Finance, International Management, Global Marketing, International Trade or any course with an international focus.
Students enrolled in the MTWM Evening Program may withdraw and receive a full tuition refund provided the withdrawal is made prior to the second class meeting. No refund will be made after the second class meeting.
Campbell University reaffirms its standing policy of nondiscrimination in employment and in all of its programs and activities, with respect to race, creed, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, or handicap.
Campbell University reserves the right to change, modify, revoke, or add to the Graduate Program's academic, financial, and student requirements and regulations at any time, without prior notice.
Campbell University reserves the right to change the schedule, limit enrollment, and cancel classes with insufficient enrollment in the MTWM Evening Program.