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We are still accepting applications for Fall - term starts on August 11

MBA @ JBLM
MBA classes are now also being offered at JBLM. Interested applicants should choose "Fort Lewis" as their campus on the online application. Classes are available to non-military on a space-available basis. More details about the program and delivery can be found on our information sheet.

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Now accepting applications
For Fall 2014, priority deadline: July 1

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Graduate Studies

Email
gradstudies@stmartin.edu

Telephone
360-412-6142

Physical location
438 Old Main

Mailing address
Graduate Studies
5000 Abbey Way SE
Lacey, WA 98503

Office hours
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Monday - Friday


Frequently asked questions


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Q: Are applicants required to have a work history?
A: No
   
Q: Is the GMAT or GRE required?
A: No
   
Q: Is the application process different if I would like to take classes mainly at JBLM instead of the Lacey campus?
A: No, you would follow the same application process, just choose "Fort Lewis" as the campus location on your application.
   
Q: Are the full range of classes offered at JBLM?
A: No, the classes are offered in a cycle, one each term. Those students joining the cycle of classes after the "beginning" can supplement the courses they take at JBLM with courses from the main campus.
   
Q: Is the program accredited?
A: Saint Martin's University is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. The MBA program is currently seeking accreditation from ACSBP.
 
Q: How will I know if I am required to complete any pre-requisites?
A: The acceptance letter for admitted students states which, if any, prerequisite courses are required.
 
Q: How long does the program take?
A:  Most students take six terms (three semesters) to graduate if they take two courses a term. However, this depends on how many prerequisites are required and how many courses a student takes each term. For example, students requiring no prerequisites who start in August 2014 can expect to complete their degrees by December 2015 if they take two courses a term.
 
Q: If I stop taking classes, how long do I have before I must reapply?
A:  Students who do not enroll in classes for over one academic year will have to resubmit an application and application fee in order to reactivate their student record.

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