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Whitman School of Management

As one of the leading MBA programs in the United States, Whitman School of Management offers the following concentrations towards an MBA degree. Please keep reading to see the major employers of MBA graduates of Whitman School of Management. On the following screen, you will also see all materials required for MBA admissions application, including MBA essays, reference letters, TOEFL score, and application fee. By clicking the logo below, you can see detailed admissions statistics for Whitman School of Management.
Accounting, Finance, Global Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Innovation Management, Management of Technology, Supply Chain Management, General Management


  • IBM
  • Samsung Corporation
  • Borg Warner Corp
  • Phillip Morris
  • Cisco Systems
  • ADP
  • Oracle Corporation
  • Merill Lynch
  • United Technologies Corp
  • Deutsche Bank

APPLICATION MATERIALS (online application available through

 6 required essays of 200 words
 Interview (highly recommended)
 2 letters of recommendation
 1 official transcript from each institute
 GMAT (ETS code: 2823)
 Résumé
 $ 50 application fee

International applicants should also provide:

The admissions office considers (not listed in order of importance) your essays, college GPA, letters of recommendation, extracurricular activities, work experience, and GMAT score. an interview is encouraged. Writes the school, “Each candidate is evaluated individually. Acceptance is based on the ability to excel in the classroom and eventually the career in business. We evaluate intellectual compatibility and academic potential through an in-depth review of the applicant’s educational record, references, and performance on the GMAT exam. Program selection, major, and undergraduate institution are also considered. Full-time work experience is highly recommended. Evidence of leadership potential, perseverance, and teamwork ability is also a plus.” Decisions are made on a rolling admissions basis. Candidates may defer admission for up to one year.

1. The School of Management mission focuses on four major themes: entrepreneurship, global competitiveness, leadership, and technology management. Select one of these themes and discuss its meaning to you and its relevance to your background. (approximately 200 words)
2. The Syracuse curriculum places considerable emphasis on leadership and teamwork. Describe your contributions to a group or organization with which you have been associated, and explain how your experiences will enable you to contribute to the program. (approximately 200 words)
3. Without references to your academic record or GMAT score, discuss the most compelling reason for your admission to the M.B.A. or M.S. program. (approximately 200 words)
4. Describe one or more activities you pursue in your leisure time and why those activities are important to you. (approximately 200 words)
5. M.B.A. concentrations are offered in eight areas: accounting, finance, marketing management, global entrepreneurship, innovation management, management of technology, supply chain management, and general management. In which one or two areas might you concentrate your study and why? (required for M.B.A. applicants, approximately 200 words)
6. Discuss your career plans at this time and how the Master of Science degree relates to your career objectives. (required for MS Accounting and MS Finance applicants, approximately 200 words)
7. (Additional information) Please use this section to elaborate on any questions you were not able to fully answer within your application. Be sure to clarify which question you are answering.

Address: School of Management, Syracuse, NY 13244-2130
E-Mail: [email protected] Website: Phone: 315-443-9214
Fax: 315-443-9517

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