Graduate Programs


Admissions Requirements

    An applicant to the Graduate Programs (Master’s Degree Level) must possess appropriate Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale).

    Applicants for the Master of Business Administration (M.B.A) program must provide proof that they have completed a Bachelor’s degree in a business related area such as business administration, economics, or international business from a recognized school. Those applicants who have not completed their Bachelor’s degree in a business related area are required to meet the prerequisite courses.

    Applicants for the Master of Science in Computer Information Systems (M.S.C.I.S.) program must provide proof that they have completed a Bachelor’s degree in a computer information related area, such as computer engineering or information systems, from a recognized school. Those applicants who have not completed their Bachelor’s degree in these areas are required to meet the prerequisite courses.

 

Admission Procedures

    Students applying for admission to the Graduate Programs must observe the following admission procedures:

  1. Fill out and submit the application form to the CalUMS-VA Admissions Office. The application form is available in the Admissions Office and can also be downloaded online at www.calumsva.edu.
  2. Submit a copy of his/her Bachelor’s degree diploma and its corresponding official transcript.
  3. Submit at least one (1) letter of recommendation.
  4. Pay the $100 application fee to the CalUMS-VA Admissions office. The application fee is non-refundable

 

Admission evaluation

    Prospective students’ applications will be reviewed and evaluated for admission on an individual basis, and students may be asked to provide additional evidence of academic proficiency. The admission decisions are based upon the academic and professional background of the applicant, as well as competitive and programmatic factors.

 

Post-Admission Procedures

    Once a student is admitted to a program, he or she will be assigned to an Academic Advisor who will advise the student with academic planning. Orientation for new students will be held before Add/Drop deadline each quarter. All students will receive information regarding student services, student expectations, student rights and responsibilities, student conduct policies, library services, and learning resource services.