To complete your application you need the following items:
- Submit online application and pay $55.00
- Three (3) letters of recommendation
- Entrance exam: MAT, GMAT, or GRE
- One-page career goal summary
- Official transcripts from colleges or universities you have attended
The Logan full-time program admits a new student cohort every fall semester. Prospective students must submit their applications by application deadline of March 15, 2020.
1. SELF CHECKLIST: DO I MEET THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS?
- 3.0 or higher GPA on your last 60 semester (or 90 quarter) credits
MAT, GMAT or GRE test scores (all tests are equally acceptable):
- www.mba.com, 40th percentile in quantitative and 40th percentile in the verbal
- www.ets.org/gre, 40th percentile in quantitative and 40th percentile in the verbal
- MAT, 40th percentile overall.
- The MHR Program has accepted the LSAT, DAT, or MCAT in lieu of the MAT, GMAT or GRE. Please contact our office for specific details.
- Minimum exam score - 40th percentile. Current mean score - 79th percentile
2. I MEET ALL OF THE REQUIREMENTS. I AM READY TO APPLY.
Fill out the online application (http://rgs.usu.edu/graduateschool/admissions).
- INCLUDE: The email addresses of three people who will be submitting a letter of recommendation on your behalf.
- Prospective students should submit two previous faculty member names when applying for the Logan On Campus Program.
- Prospective students who have been out of school for more than two years may submit three professional letters of recommendation.
- The names and email addresses of the recommenders are entered directly into the application. The School of Graduate Studies will email a link to a web-interface form where the letter of recommendation is submitted.
- INCLUDE A one-page summary of career goals and objectives
- INCLUDE: GMAT, GRE, or MAT test percentiles (since the application only allows for a two-digit number)
- SUBMIT: Official scores to the School of Graduate Studies.
- An admission test is required of ALL applicants with the minimum score of the 40th percentile in the quantitative and verbal portions of the exam.
- Only the quantitative and verbal sections of the exam are reviewed. We do not review the analytical writing section.
- An application may be submitted before taking the MAT, GMAT or GRE, but we do not consider your application complete until your official scores have been submitted.
- All tests are equally acceptable.
3. I AM READY TO SUBMIT MY OFFICIAL APPLICATION.
- SUBMIT: Application. You will pay the non-refundable $55 fee to the School of Graduate Studies to submit your application.
- SEND: Official transcripts from all colleges and universities you have attended.
- Please email to the School of Graduate Studies (firstname.lastname@example.org) or mail to 0900 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322-0900.
- If you’ve ONLY attended USU, you do not need to send an official transcript. We will do that for you.
Note: Applicants may check their application status after the application is submitted and the $55 fee is paid. It may take up to four business days for the Graduate School to process an application online.It is then sent to the MHR Program for review.
4. I AM AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT. WHAT ADDITIONAL ITEMS SHOULD I SEND?
- English Language Scores (ONLY ONE REQUIRED)
- Submit: TOEFL: 213 Computer / 79 Internet
- Submit: IELTS score of 6.0 (and a minimum score of 5 on each subscale)
- Submit: PTE Academic score of 53
5. I AM READY FOR MY INTERVIEW. WHAT IS THE PROCESS?
- The MHR Office staff will call to set up an interview time.
- Please tell us if you are unable to meet in person to see if other arrangements may be made.
6. THE COMPANIES THAT RECRUIT MHR STUDENTS ARE LOOKING FOR APPLICANTS WITH GEOGRAPHIC MOBILITY. DO YOU UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY WILL BE LOOKING FOR? (REQUIRED)
As part of the application process, we require that all applicants watch this video on the geographic mobility requirements of the companies that recruit our students. Be sure to discuss its contents with any significant other, family, or others that may be affected by your geographic relocations.