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We encourage those with a variety of majors to consider Champlain College’s graduate programs. Applicants must have completed a baccalaureate-level program at a regionally accredited institution and have a GPA that demonstrates your ability to perform graduate-level academic work.
We suggest that applicants have work experience in a managerial or professional role, or current employment in a professional work environment with opportunities for advancement or learning new skills. Champlain welcomes students who may have little work experience, but who can demonstrate their ability to perform in a program that integrates learning into the workplace. Each student's experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Official academic transcripts (not photocopies or those issued directly to a student) are required from all colleges and universities you have attended. Please contact each college's Registrar's office and sign a release to have your transcripts sent to Office of Graduate Admission at Champlain College. If you have taken any graduate-level courses, be sure to have those transcripts sent to us, also. If you have attended Champlain College, the Office of Graduate Admission will obtain your transcript internally; you do not need to request it.
Please submit an updated resume that communicates your work history. You should pay particular attention to the most recent five-year period. Your resume should be at a level of detail sufficient for the Admission Committee to assess your ability to move between projects and assignments within a single organization.
A writing sample (300-500 word essay) is required as part of your application. All applicants must outline why they are seeking a master's degree from Champlain College and how the unique attributes of the program will benefit them.
You are required to submit one letter of recommendation from a manager or supervisor in your professional field. In the absence of such a manager or supervisor, the recommendation should be from someone who can assess your capabilities as an employee or as a student. Recommendations will not be accepted from relatives or family members.
The GMAT & GRE are not a required part of the application process
All applicants whose undergraduate education was not delivered in English must submit a TOEFL score, with essay. Minimum total scores required for consideration are 550 (paper) /213 (computer) /80 (Internet). These scores do not guarantee admission. For more information on the TOEFL, visit the TOEFL website.
A personal interview with a Graduate Admission Representative is required and usually conducted via telephone. The interview will be scheduled as soon as all of your admission materials have been submitted and reviewed by the Admission Committee. The Graduate Admission Office will contact you to arrange a compatible format and schedule.
Applications are accepted year-round, to begin in any of the five “start” terms (August, October, January, March and May) for the MBA.
Most students are part-time, carrying three credits per term. As a part-time student, you may start in any term of the year, selecting courses subject to prerequisites. Full-time students will have the most flexibility in course scheduling if they begin in the fall or spring term due to course sequences. If you prefer to begin in one of the other terms you may do so, but you may need to extend your completion timeline slightly.
When you enter the program, you and your advisor will develop a personal plan that allows you to start and complete the program as soon as possible, given your own goals and the annual schedule of course offerings.