Criteria for Admission

The Coggin College of Business recognizes the many and varied backgrounds of its applicants to the MBA program.    
 

 

1. Applicants to the Coggin College MBA program who have earned a Bachelor Degree, BBA, BS, or BA in a business discipline from an AACSB accredited institution with at least a 3.0 in their last 60 hours on a 4.0 system may be admitted directly into the MBA program without having to take the GRE and GMAT exams. Based upon an evaluation of the applicants' transcripts, the Coggin Graduate Office will determine the accepted student's program of study.   

 

2. Applicants to the Coggin College of Business MBA program who have earned an advanced (defined as a Master Degree at the minimum) from an accredited program from a regionally accredited College or University may be admitted directly into the MBA program without having to take the GRE or GMAT exams. Based upon an evaluation of the applicants' transcripts, the Coggin Graduate Office will determine the accepted student's program of study.    
 
 
3. Applicants not qualifying for admission as defined above may be admitted based upon a composite score consisting of a formula (index) that includes both their last 60 hour GPA from their undergraduate degree and their test score from either the GRE or GMAT. Based upon evaluation of the applicants' transcripts, the Coggin Graduate Office will determine the accepted student's program of study.    
 
4. Applicants failing to qualify for admission based on criteria 1,2, or 3 may be admitted provisionally by the Coggin Graduate Office after a complete evaluation that may include a required interview and additional information as requested from the Coggin Graduate Office. Based upon an evaluation of the applicants' transcripts, the Coggin Graduate Office will determine the accepted student' program of study. Provisionally admitted MBA students must remain in good standing (overall UNF Graduate Program GPA above 3.00) throughout their course of study at UNF.  

5. All test scores submitted for consideration must be official.  
  
In all cases, the Coggin Graduate Office will determine/approve the admitted student's program of study that will include any required additional courses.