ADMISSIONS

 

To be admitted to the University’s graduate degree program, students must meet the below requirements and need to follow the steps outlined below to provide evidence of such eligibility.

Admission Requirements – MBA

Student must have earned a Bachelor’s Degree from an institution approved by the local authorities,

or an institution outside the United States or Canada and in addition provides a comprehensive evaluation of the degree performed by a foreign credential evaluation service that is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES)

or, in case the degree is awarded by an international institution, Brentwood University Administration may research and validate the degree.

  • Student must pay all applicable fees, as per the current published fee schedule at the time of the signing or entering into an enrollment contract or make other arrangements acceptable to the school.
  • This institution does award credit for satisfactory completion of CLEP or other comparable examinations.
  • This institution may award credit for experiential learning.

Admission Requirements – DBA

Candidates considered for admission to the Doctor of Business Administration program will be evaluated based on their academic qualifications, personal statement, application, and CV if required.

To be admitted to our Doctor of Business Administration program, students must provide evidence of meeting the following eligibility criteria:

  • Student must have earned a Master Degree from an institution approved the local authorities, or, an institution outside the United States or Canada and in addition provides a comprehensive evaluation of the degree performed by a foreign credential evaluation service that is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) or, in case the degree is awarded by an international institution, Brentwood University Administration may research and validate the degree.
  • Student must pay all applicable fees, as per the current published fee schedule at the time of the signing or entering into an enrollment contract or make other arrangements acceptable to the school.
  • This institution does award credit for satisfactory completion of CLEP or other comparable examinations.
  • This institution may award credit for experiential learning.

English Proficiency

Instruction will be provided in English. For a student whose previous degrees was not completed in English, we will require a score of 500 on a paper based TOEFL test or a score of 70 on the internet-based test.

The TOEFL requirement does not apply to students who have received their high school diploma or the equivalent at an academic institution which has provided the instruction in the English language.

Similarly, the TOEFL requirement does not apply to students who have completed coursework, in English, at the college level.

Candidates who do not meet the above requirements, can complete the English test at this institution.

Application Steps

Step 1: Apply Online

The application process is simplified to reduce processing time. Prospective Brentwood University students must complete an application form. Applicants indicate in the application the program for which they wish to be considered.

Step 2: Enrollment Process

After receiving the application, the Brentwood University Admissions Department will contact the student to assist throughout the enrollment process. Essential documents, including transcripts, enrollment agreement, personal statement, resume, and payment method, will be collected.

Non-Degree Seeking Students

Non-degree seeking students are individuals who may be taking coursework for personal development or job enrichment and may enroll in individual courses of their choosing. Non-degree seeking students must formally apply and are subject to all policies and procedures that apply to degree seeking students, as outlined in this catalog. Transcripts (prior college experience) are not required to enroll as a non-degree seeking student. Brentwood University encourages non-degree seeking students to apply their earned credit toward a degree. A non-degree seeking student who later decides to pursue a degree plan will be required to supply all evidence to prove eligibility for the respective program of choice.

Schedule of University Holidays

Students have access to their online courses seven days a week including holidays. University administration will not work on the following holidays.

  • New Year’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day

Admissions & Student Services Director

The office of the Admissions & Student Services Director supports faculty, staff, and students with services related to academic information and records. Some of the services provided include:

  • Management of student academic records.
  • Verification of application materials.
  • Course registration and enrollment.
  • Issuing academic transcripts and conferral of degrees.
  • Consulting on academic policies and procedures, and on students, faculty and staff rights and responsibilities.