Michigan State University (Broad)
Traditional MBA Overview
- ACCEPTANCE RATE
- AVERAGE GMAT
- GMAT REQUIREMENT
- MEDIAN BASE SALARY OF NEW GRADS
Michigan State University (Broad) doesn’t require GMAT or GRE scores from applicants to its full-time MBA program. Accepted students who do take the GMAT score an average of 650. At least one letter of recommendation is required. International students must take the TOEFL and score at least 80, but waivers are available. In 2021, 46% of applicants were accepted to Broad’s full-time MBA program. The school currently enrolls 65 full-time MBA students. Graduates earn a median base salary of $110,000.