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Enrollment in the Broad College of Business is limited, and admission to the Broad College is competitive. Students with a strong work ethic, demonstrated scholarship and leadership abilities are encouraged to apply. All applicants must comply with the Broad Policy Statement for undergraduate students.
Admission is a two-step process: students must apply first to the Broad College, then to their intended major.
The summer appeal period has ended (the deadline to submit an admission appeal was 5:00pm September 4). If you have an extenuating circumstance that prevented you from submitting an appeal between August 20 and September 4, please contact the Associate Director for Undergraduate Admissions at email@example.com with appropriate documentation.
The Fall 2020 application will open September 10, 2020.
Information sessions are intended for current MSU students applying for admission to the Broad College of Business this semester. All applicants are strongly encouraged to attend. Topics addressed include: Broad College application process, academic and non-academic admission factors, resources for completing the experiential profile, case study tips and explanation of the admission decision process.
Students can choose the session that fits their schedule. Fall 2020 sessions will be conducted via Zoom.
Applying for Admission to the Broad College Sessions
Preparing Your Experiential Profile Session
For all students planning to apply (or reapply) to the Broad College this semester. Topics addressed: application process, academic and non-academic admission criteria, resources for completing the Experiential Profile, Case Study tips and explanation of the admission decision process. Choose one session to attend.
For all students who completed a Case Study this semester. Topics addressed: Experiential Profile scoring criteria and resources available to assist students with their Profiles.
Admission to the Broad College considers academic factors, non-academic factors and an optional personal statement.
Students should apply in the fall/spring semester in which they will complete the requirements.
Students seeking admission must submit as part of their online application an experiential profile and a case study.
An online experiential profile considering the following qualities:
An online case study considering characteristics in one of the following thematic areas that will be randomly assigned.
The approach includes meaningful self-reflection and teachable moments regarding integrity, initiative, professional relationships, work experience and extra-curricular activities as they relate to the business world with the experiential profile, and the case study is consistent with the five key dimensions of personal and social responsibility of the AAC&U leadership initiative.
The personal statement of extenuating circumstances is an opportunity for a student to share a circumstance beyond his/her control that might have impacted academic performance. Official supportive documentation of the extenuating circumstance must accompany the personal statement.
Answers to common admission-related questions, including how to document dual-enrolled transfer courses, how precore GPAs are calculated, canceling an application, admission point breakdowns, past admission rates, how AP/IB/CLEP credit is used, requesting accommodations or a make-up date for the case study, and who should submit a personal statement.Learn More
This information is for students at other institutions who wish to transfer to MSU to earn a degree from the Broad College.Learn More
Criteria for admittance to a degree-granting major in the Broad College of Business is dependent on academic factors. There are also two “competitive admission” majors at Broad.
The following majors are “competitive admission” majors, and specific academic factors will be considered when determining admission.
College admission decisions are based on a hybrid model that considers academic and non-academic factors.
The purposes of including non-academic factors in the college-level admission decision process are to enhance the student’s educational experience through the process, to recognize attributes employers and industries value in the process, to acknowledge qualities that are valued by and consistent with the mission of the Broad College, and to include appropriate factors considered as indicators of success by the admissions review committee.
This more inclusive developmental approach to the admission decision model includes meaningful self-reflection and teachable moments regarding integrity, initiative, professional relationships, work experience and extra-curricular activities as they relate to the business world, which is consistent with the five key dimensions of personal and social responsibility of the AAC&U leadership initiative.