Application submitted online by 5 p.m. EST: Round 1 Tuesday, October 11, 2006
Round 2 Tuesday, January 3, 2007
Round 3 Tuesday, March 7, 2007
Notification of the Board's decision: Round 1 Wednesday, January 17, 2007 Round 2 Wednesday, March 28, 2007 Round 3 Wednesday, May 9, 2007
Requests for decisions earlier than the notification dates listed above cannot be accommodated.
Given past experience, we anticipate that many candidates will submit their online application materials very close to 5 p.m. EST on submission deadline dates. To avoid heavy server traffic and potential delays, we encourage candidates to submit application materials as early as possible.
Applications received after 5 p.m. on October 11, 2006 will be considered in Round 2. Applications received after 5 p.m. EST on January 3, 2007 will be considered in Round 3. Applications received after 5 p.m. EST on March 7, 2007 will not be considered.*last-change* Source
Essay Questions for the Class entering 2007 Essays should be single-spaced. Limit your response to the length indicated.
Essay questions for the MBA class entering in the fall of 2007 are:
1. What would you like the MBA Admissions Board to know about your undergraduate academic experience? (400-word limit)
2. What are your three most substantial accomplishments and why do you view them as such? (600-word limit)
3. Discuss a defining experience in your leadership development. How did this experience highlight your strengths and weaknesses as a leader? (400-word limit)
4. In your career, you will have to deal with many ethical issues. What are likely to be the most challenging and what is your plan for developing the competencies you will need to handle these issues effectively? (400-word limit)
5. What is your career vision and why is this choice meaningful to you? (400-word limit)
6. What other information do you believe would be helpful to the Board in understanding you better and in considering your application? (400-word limit)
Dual and concurrent degree candidates:
How do you expect the joint or concurrent degree program to benefit you both academically and professionally? (400-word limit)*