"The Value of the MBA - in 3D"
from the Graduate Management Admission Council
Students can begin graduate work at the beginning of any semester. Semesters at Millsaps begin in January, June, July, and August. The complete application packet consists of the following items:
Application items may be sent in separately. Once the application packet is complete, it will be forwarded to the Graduate Admissions Committee for review. A decision will be communicated to the student from the Office of Graduate Admissions.
Major Plus and MACC Plus
Current Millsaps undergraduate students who wish to continue straight into the graduate business programs at Millsaps may start, in some cases, before they complete their undergraduate degree. Millsaps seniors who have accumulated enough undergraduate hours that they do not have to take a full course load the second semester of their senior year in order to graduate are eligible to take up to two graduate courses during that semester. To do so, all of the above admissions requirements must be met, except for those calling for completion of the student's bachelor's degree. If the Admissions Committee approves the student, he/she will be admitted to the program conditionally. Upon successful completion of the student's undergraduate degree from Millsaps, he/she will be admitted to the program. The student may only apply for conditional admission one regular semester before their graduation date.
Nondegree Students/Auditing Classes
A Student-at-Large is one who wishes to take a graduate class, but is not interested in obtaining the formal degree. A Student-at-Large is one who has previously obtained an MBA or Macc degree or who is presently working for an advanced degree in the graduate school of another accredited university and is accepted for registration in the graduate program at Millsaps. Students under this category must be in good standing at their graduate school and provide Millsaps with a letter from their home college stating that the purpose for attending Millsaps is to transfer credit to the home college. A Student-at-Large must meet admissions committee standards as well as prerequisites for chosen courses.
Courses may be audited with the approval of the Dean of the Else School. Students must indicate their intention to audit at the time of registration. The student must pay regular tuition and fees for auditing courses.