The Logan full-time program admits a new student cohort every fall semester.
Prospective students may submit their applications at any time after December 1st until all seats in the program are filled, with preference given to early, highly qualified applicants. Additional reviews for admissions will be conducted on 15 January and 15 February, with reviews in subsequent months (March, April, May, etc) conducted as needed.
For specific professional cohort information including start dates and deadlines, please see the chart on the Program Locations page.
You will need to submit the following items online to the School of Graduate Studies. The application and fees are needed to begin the application process. All items must be received by the School of Graduate Studies before the application is considered complete.
The online application is available HERE. IMPORTANT: Please specify "Logan full-time" on your application under "Additional Information."
You will also need to provide:
Utah State University – Career Services is one of three GMAT testing centers located in Utah. Testing is conducted on-campus every Wednesday. For more information, visit www.mba.com.
Note: Applicants can check their application status after the application is submitted and the $55 fee is paid. It usually takes two to four business days for the Graduate School to process an application online before it is sent to the MBA office for review.
All deadlines are soft deadlines. We will continue to accept applications until all of the program seats have been filled.
The content of these courses is considered an integral part of an MBA education and cannot be replaced by work experience. All applicants are required to complete the following prerequisites (or equivalent classes) prior to starting the MBA program:
***For a list of equivalent courses from various universities, please see the University Course Transfer Guide.
Students who are accepted into the MBA program, but have not completed the prerequisites listed above can complete these prerequisites by participating in the Accelerated Business Core (ABC).
The ABC is an intensive, one-semester (summer) course of study specially designed for non-business undergraduate degree holders.
Details about the ABC program can be found here.