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MBA & MAcc Admission

Students from all academic disciplines and all levels of professional post-graduate experience are encouraged to apply to be part of a fall cohort group. Admission to the Eberhardt MBA and MAcc programs is competitive and based on criteria which indicate a high promise of success. Performance in your prior coursework, official GMAT (or GRE) scores, letters of recommendation(s) and any post-graduate professional or managerial work experience will all be considered in your admission decision.

FALL APPLICATION DATES FOR MBA & MAcc PROGRAMS  

Round 1: Fall Priority Date (Full-time MBA and MAcc): JANUARY 15
Round 2: Fall On-time (Full-time MBA and MAcc): MARCH 1
Round 3: Fall Late (Full-time MBA and MAcc): JUNE 1 

APPLICATION AND SUPPLEMENTAL DOCUMENTS

Your completed application portfolio must be submitted before the Graduate Business Admissions Committee can render a final decision on your application. Please review the required forms, documents and steps to completing your application quickly and efficiently:

  • A completed BusinessCAS application
  • Two letters of recommendation (recommended, but not required)
  • One to two years of work experience (preferred, but not required)
  • Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended
  • An official Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Score**
  • International applicants should closely review the International applicants page for additional document and testing requirements

STEP 1: Submit your application including the required application fee and verifications by the appropriate date for the round you wish to be considered.

STEP 2: Send your official transcripts (or WES evaluation)* to the Centralized Application System. Contact us at mba@pacific.edu or macc@pacific.edu if you have any questions.

STEP 3: Arrange to have your GMAT** scores sent to University of the Pacific. Be sure to use the proper program code for your intended program (i.e. full-time MBA or MAcc).

Applications submitted after the posted key application dates will be considered on a rolling, space-available basis; therefore, a review of your application and the availability of merit-based financial assistance (full-time MBA and MAcc Programs only) cannot be guaranteed after these dates.

*International applicants should review the International applicants page for more information on the required WES transcript evaluation and English test requirements.

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Please visit www.mba.com for more information on the GMAT and www.ets.org/gre/ for more information on the GRE. The GMAT is the preferred test but a GRE score (code=2451) can be accepted if official test results are still available. The GMAT or GRE must have been taken 5 years prior to the date of your completed application.