University of Cincinnati (Lindner)

Cincinnati, OH
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Online MBA Overview

  • APPLICATION DEADLINE
  • July 31
  • CREDITS REQUIRED TO GRADUATE
  • 38
  • ENROLLED
  • 542
  • GMAT REQUIREMENT
  • Flexible
  • RETENTION
  • 97%
  • TUITION PER YEAR
  • $11,159

The University of Cincinnati (Lindner) does not require GMAT or GRE scores to be submitted as part of its online MBA application, but two letters of recommendation are required. The average undergraduate GPA for incoming students is 3.42. In 2021, Lindner accepted 81% of applicants, and currently enrolls 542 online MBA students. Prospective students must submit their applications by July 31 to be considered for admission. Students must complete 38 credits in order to graduate. TOEFL scores are required for international students, but waivers are available.

Traditional MBA Overview

  • ACCEPTANCE RATE
  • 86.00%
  • AVERAGE GMAT
  • 570
  • ENROLLED
  • 61
  • GMAT REQUIREMENT
  • Flexible
  • MEDIAN BASE SALARY OF NEW GRADS
  • $65,000

University of Cincinnati (Lindner) requires submission of a GMAT or GRE score to apply to its full-time MBA program, however waivers are available based on prior education and professional experience of the applicant. The average incoming student has a GMAT score of 570 or a quantitative GRE score of 151 and a verbal score of 149, as well as an undergraduate GPA of 3.4. Two letters of recommendation are required with an application. University of Cincinnati (Lindner) requires submission of a TOEFL score for international students but waivers are available. Students must complete 38 credits in order to graduate.

Part-Time MBA Overview

  • AVERAGE GMAT
  • 578
  • AVERAGE NUMBER OF YEARS OF WORK EXPERIENCE
  • 5.5
  • GMAT REQUIREMENT
  • Flexible

Applications for the part-time MBA program for the fall 2022 term at the University of Cincinnati (Lindner) are due on July 31, 2021. Students must submit two letters of recommendation, and GMAT or GRE scores are also required, though waivers are available. The average incoming student had more than five years of work experience. In 2020, the program had an acceptance rate of 89%.