Application to the UCCS MBA program requires the following steps and documents. Using the checklist below will ensure a smoother application process. Download a pdf version of the checklist here.
Application for Graduate Admission
In-State Tuition Eligibility
Selective Service Certification
Include all necessary signatures
$60 non-refundable application fee: send check or money order made out to UCCS to the address listed on the right or pay with credit card/electronic check while filling out the online application form.
Program code: PS4-4-f-02
UCCS will be listed as an option under Part-time MBA Programs.
The average admitted applicant total test score is 550.
The UCCS school code for the GRE is 4874
The Business Department code for the GRE is 4201
The average admitted applicant score is 152 on each section (verbal & quantitative).
Applicants need to take the general test ONLY
GMAT Waiver Petition
An applicant who has already earned an advanced degree (e.g. master's or higher) may petition for a waiver of the GMAT requirement. The GMAT Waiver Petition must be completed and submitted with the application materials. Waivers are not automatic and must be approved by the MBA Admissions Committee.
One (1) official sealed transcript from every institution of higher learning ever attended, regardless of the number of credit hours taken or degrees earned. Must have graduated with a Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution.
If you are a former UCCS student who has attended classes within the past 4 years, the MBA office should be able to access your UCCS transcripts and any other previously provided transcripts directly from the Office of Admissions & Records.
Statement of Interest: The Statement of Interest is your chance to address the Admissions Committee. You should explain why you want to pursue an MBA and what you bring to the program. This is also a good place to address any weaknesses in your application (i.e., low test score, lack of work experience, inconsistent undergraduate grades, etc.). The Statement of Interest does not have any length requirements but is generally 1-2 pages.
Optional: Letters of Recommendation
Non - U.S. citizens must submit one or more of the following documents with their application:
Copy of Visa
Copy of Alien Registration Card
Copy of I-94
MBA students are expected to demonstrate a proficient use of the English language, both oral and written. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) is also expected. If a student is deficient in any of these skills, it is their responsibility to mitigate the deficiency before enrolling in the program.
The application process should begin 2-4 months prior to the deadlines listed above. This allows sufficient time for transcripts to arrive and the GMAT or GRE to be taken.
University of Colorado Colo. Springs
Graduate School of Business Admin.
ATTN: MBA Admission Coordinator
1420 Austin Bluffs Pkwy
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
Please add email@example.com to your list of approved e-mail addresses to ensure all application correspondence is delivered to your in box. Be sure to check your e-mail regularly throughout the application process.