New Scholarship Opportunity for Part-time Students
The Dr. Bruce L. Rubin Endowed MBA Scholarship
The recipient will be a newly-admitted and enrolled part-time student in the MBA program at the College of Business and Public Administration, with an undergraduate GPA of at least 3.2, and a GMAT Total score of at least 600. Preference is given to a student who demonstrates volunteer service to the local business community. Candidates are selected during the admissions application process; so no additional application is required. A competitive admissions portfolio will serve as application for the scholarship.
Prospective students may apply for entrance into the program for the fall or spring semesters. The MBA Program welcomes applications from men and women who have earned a bachelor's degree with any undergraduate major from an accredited institution. Admission to the program is competitive and is granted only to those who show high ability and likely success in graduate business study. Evidence of ability means that successful applicants will stand well above average in most criteria used to measure graduate promise.
Criteria used for admission include the candidate's score on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) preferably or Graduate Record Examinations (GRE), undergraduate grade averages, trend of the grades during the undergraduate work, one letter of reference from a professor (if currently a student) or supervisor, a goals statement (approximately 500 words), and work experience (resume). College-level calculus is required of all applicants. Students may be admitted without calculus but must complete a course at least equivalent to MATH 200: Calculus for Business & Economics during the first semester of MBA coursework.
All applications must be completed online. Materials for non-visa bearing students should be submitted to Graduate Admissions, 220 Rollins Hall, Norfolk, VA 23529. If you will be submitting your application in stages, please be certain to complete the application first to ensure that all supporting materials attach to your portfolio efficiently. If a question arises on your application, please contact the Graduate Admissions Office at 757-683-3685, toll-free 800-348-7926 or email email@example.com.
All application materials for visa bearing students should be sent to the Office of International Admissions, 2101 Dragas Hall, Norfolk, VA 23529.
- Application (available only online), including resume & essay
- $50 Application Fee (waived for ODU alumni)
- Tuition Rate Determination Form (for in-state tuition purposes)
- Official GMAT scores (or GRE in certain circumstances)
- ALL official transcripts for undergraduate & graduate coursework
- Letter of recommendation
- Official TOEFL scores (international students only)
- College-level calculus is required of all applicants
Students admitted without calculus must complete a course at least equivalent to MATH200: Calculus for Business & Economics during their first semester of MBA coursework.
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GMAT / GRE
ALL applicants are required to submit official GMAT or GRE scores regardless of their educational or professional background. Scores are valid for five years. For more information regarding the GMAT, call 1.800.GMAT.NOW or visit MBA.com. For more information regarding the GRE, call 1.866.473.4733 or visit the GRE web site.
GMAT Study Resources
- Old Dominion University Executive Development Center
- The Princeton Review
- MBA Applicant Consulting
- Barron's Educational Books
- Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions
Applicants whose native tongue is not English are also required to submit an acceptable score on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). The MBA Program's acceptable minimum to be admitted to the MBA Program is 550/213. Please see International Admissions for further information. The TOEFL is valid for only two years.