BHSU Graduate Studies Office, 1200 University Street Unit 9501, Spearfish, SD 57799-9501. If it is more convenient you may email letters of recommendation, resume, and writing samples to: MBA@BHSU.edu.
Go to the link below and you will find a list of course number, course title, credit hours and semester offered at the link below. If you click on the course number you will see the course description. Program Requirements
This information for cap and gown rental will be helpful. You will need to order from the BHSU Bookstore. Make sure they know you want the MBA cap and gown. There is a deadline typically and if you miss the order date there will be a late charge assessed, so make sure and contact them early enough to avoid that fee.
Your first step is to check out the requirements at www.BHSU.edu/MBA. Then the next step is to complete your MBA application and your $35 non-refundable application (which can be submitted online) and send the required items to: BHSU Graduate Studies Office 1200 University Street Unit 9501 Spearfish, SD 57799-9501
1. One of the following:
A) B.S. Degree in Business Administration or Management with cumulative GPA greater than 3.0.
B) B.S. Degree in a non-business field plus 18 credits of required prerequisite business courses: GMAT score recommended.
2. Official Transcript: Documenting bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
3. 3 Letters of Recommendation: Including one from a supervisor in a professional work environment.
4. Detailed Resume: outlining education, professional work experience, and professional development.
5. Writing Sample: in the form of a personal essay responding to the following in 500 to 600 words:
A) Why do you want to join our program?
(Don’t forget a GMAT is not required if your GPA is greater than a 3.0.) MBA Requirements
We offer limited graduate assistantships. Please contact the MBA program to learn about available assistantship positions (MBA@BHSU.edu)
You need to go online and complete your FAFSA in order to find out what financial aid you will qualify for. The financial aid is usually in the form of government loans. You may also contact the financial aid office with any questions by phone or email. Black Hills State University Financial Aid: Phone: 605-642-6145 or email: BHSUfinancial@BHSU.edu. Financial Aid
Spring: Our deadline to apply for the spring semester is the 1st week in December and classes start in January. Fall: Our deadline to apply for the fall semester is the 2nd week in June and classes start in August. Summer: Our deadline to apply for the summer session is the 1st week in May and classes start in June. Please go to the Black Hills State University MBA page and fill out the Black Hills State University MBA application. Apply Here
A total of 9 credits can be transferred from another accredited MBA program with prior approval. (All external classes should be approved with the MBA Director prior to taking the class.)
There is a printable version of the Application, it can be found on the Black Hills State University MBA page, click on Apply On-line, when that screen pops up there will be a link in the text for a printable version. Apply Here
Your application is sent to the review board after all documentation is received and a decision of acceptance will be made.
The contact email is MBA@BHSU.edu.
If you are you an international student, there are additional steps for admittance into the MBA in Applied Management at Black Hills State University, USA program: If you are an international applicant please go to the following link to fill out the application form for the international/foreign citizen. The BHSU International Application site shares information on Costs of Attending (with estimates for food, lodging, health insurance, tuition, and books) and on How to Apply (with information about submission of an Official Statement of Finances, transcript submission, English language proficiency requirements, and passport verification). The BHSU Office of International Relations and Global Engagement will contact you once they receive your application. They will inform you regarding what documents you need to submit to them to be eligible for the I-20. While the Office of International Studies will determine your eligibility for I-20, the Office of Graduate Studies and the Review Committee for the MBA in Applied Management Program will determine your eligibility for admission into the program. For admission to the MBA program, you need to submit the following to the Graduate Studies Office.
Graduate Studies Black Hills State University 1200 University St Unit 9501 Spearfish, SD 57799-9501 USA
Please remember that BOTH offices must agree on your eligibility before you receive any documentation from us regarding your Visa application. (The Office of International Relations and Global Engagement to determine fiscal and Visa eligibility. You will be directed to the Black Hills State University, Office of International Relations and Global Engagement, you can contact that office by emailing International@BHSU.edu. They can answer all VISA and Fiscal questions. The Graduate Studies office will deal with admission requirements.)
The GMAT website has free tools for registered users and also has other helpful links. If you are wondering about the GMAT, check out their website, there is a free prep or you can also purchase an exam pack to help you study. www.gmat.com
Of the ten classes required for the MBA, eight classes are taught face-to-face and offered at the University Center in Rapid City on Tuesday and Thursday night from 5:30PM -8:30 PM, to accommodate working professionals. This format allows students to work with MBA students and faculty in order to create a powerful network. The remaining 2 classes are offered in hybrid/online format, one class each summer during the two summers of the program.
Yes, this is a part-time program with classes offered from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM on Tuesday and Thursday nights, and one class each summer in hybrid/online format.
You need to talk to the MBA Director and find out what the program would need from you and if the time constraints could be worked out or not.
Go to the link below and click on the Spring or Fall tab. Academic Calendar
The names of the Courses that you will be taking can be found at this link: Program Requirements