Due to the global pandemic, you may experience barriers to GMAT/GRE testing. Many testing centers are closed and are set to re-open in a virtual format—but the virtual, in-home option is still not widely available.
For applications now through July for Fall 2020 start, you may request a GMAT/GRE waiver with your Wisconsin MBA application if you meet the following criteria:
- If you have been awarded a terminal degree, such as JD, MD, PhD, or equivalent credentials from an accredited U.S. institution, or
- If you have completed five or more years of professional work experience and earned an undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher.
Complete the waiver application to request a GMAT/GRE waiver.
The Wisconsin Evening MBA Program is designed for working professionals who wish to deepen their skill sets by studying a general management curriculum in a cohort-based format. Every student brings two or more years of professional experience, although the average for a typical cohort is seven years. Most students hold full-time professional positions throughout their time in the program, and find that the program allows them to balance work, family life, and their studies.
Many students find that it is more beneficial to pursue an MBA earlier in their careers, as they can receive the greatest financial return over time, and will see more immediate performance results in their current jobs.
For complete Evening MBA requirements, see How to Apply.