Graduate School of Business Now Accepting LSAT Scores
Marquette University Graduate School of Management has revised its GMAT/GRE Waiver Policy.
Applicants who have completed the LSAT may submit those results as a substitute exam for the MBA, MA Corporate Communication, Master in Management, and Master in Supply Chain Management programs.
Applicants should request the waiver or substitution AFTER submitting the online application by sending an email provide rationale and any supporting documentation to GSM@Marquette.edu.
Applicants may also request a waiver of the GMAT/GRE requirement for all GSM programs. Typically, waivers are granted as follows:
- For all GSM Programs, applicants that have earned a terminal degree (i.e., PhD, MD, JD, DDS) or have earned a Master’s degree in a quantitative field (i.e., Engineering, Finance) will be waived from the test requirement.
- For MS Accounting, MS Applied Economics and MS in Supply Chain Management applicants that have earned an overall quality point average of 3.25 or higher with proof of quantitative course coverage from an AACSB accredited school.
- For MA Corporate Communication and Master in Management, applicants may be waived from the GMAT/GRE exam requirement if they have earned an overall quality point average of 3.25 or higher from an AACSB accredited or Department of Education approved Regional Accrediting Body.
- For the MBA programs and the Certificate in Business and Managerial Analytics, applicants may be waived from the GMAT/GRE exam requirement if they have less than 3 years of full-time business experience and have a 3.5 or higher overall QPA with proof of quantitative coverage and for those with 3 or more years of full-time business experience the QPA requirement is 3.25 or higher from an AACSB accredited school, Engineering Accredited Commission of ABET school or Department of Education approved Regional Accrediting Body with proof of quantitative course coverage.
Marquette Sports Law Review Summer 2019 Writing Competition
Students may now register for the Marquette Sports Law Review's 2019 Summer Writing Competition. Registration does not commit anyone to completing the competition, however, only those students who register by Friday, April 26, will be sent the competition materails after finals. Students interested in meeting the requirements for the Sports Law Certificate must compete in the competition and be selected to be members of the Sports Law Review for at least 1 year.
Register for the 2019 summer competition online here.Contact: Paul Anderson
Marquette Benefits and Social Welfare Law Review Write-On CompetitionFriday, May 3, 2019 - 9:35am • N/A
Students may now register for the Marquette Benefits and Social Welfare Law Review's 2019 Summer Writing Competition. Registration does not commit anyone to completing the competition, however, only those students who register by Friday, May 3, will be sent the competition materials after finals. Students who provided their information when they attended the MWSBLR Info Session on April 3 do not need to resubmit their information.
Register for the 2019 Write-On Process by contacting Editor in Chief Margaret Spring via email. Good Luck!Contact: Margaret Spring