SUBMISSION AND START DATES
- LVC has MBA classes starting in August, October, January,
March, and May.
- Applications are considered on a rolling basis, and action on
your application will be taken immediately after all documentation has been
Candidates for admission must have a bachelor’s degree from an
accredited college or university as well as the interest, aptitude and ability
to undertake graduate studies.
It is acceptable to submit materials together or individually as
they are available. Documents may be mailed, emailed, or faxed the MBA Program
using the information listed below.
candidates must provide:
- Official transcript from each college, university, or
professional school attended for both undergraduate and any graduate work;
transcripts should be signed and sealed by the issuing school and can be sent
directly to the MBA office
- An application, can be completed online at
- A $30 non-refundable application fee, checks can be made out
to Lebanon Valley College and mailed to the MBA program; the fee is
military and LVC alumni
- A current resume
- A personal statement about how you will benefit from and
contribute to the program
- Two letters of professional or academic recommendation; to
download the form please click here: Reference Form; for an electronic
contact the graduate studies office at firstname.lastname@example.org
- A personal interview with the director of the MBA program
Applicants should also have at least three years of substantial
business or professional experience, an undergraduate GPA of 3.25 or successful
completion of previous graduate work. Substantial professional experience, of
at least 7 years, will be considered in applicants who fall below the GPA
Applicants with less than 7 years of substantial professional
experience, and who fall below the admission criteria, should provide a GMAT
Every applicant's situation is individually evaluated based on
prior academic performance, number of years and type of experience, other
advanced degrees or graduate course work, and performance on GMAT testing (if
submitted). Candidates may improve their opportunity for admission by providing
a GMAT score or by successfully completing additional foundational coursework.
Permission may be granted to qualified individuals to take up to
two courses (6 credits) in a visiting or conditional capacity. Submission of a
current resume and an official transcript verifying satisfactory completion of
a bachelor's degree or graduate coursework must be submitted to be considered
to take courses as a visiting student.
All materials should be sent
The MBA Program Office
Lebanon Valley College
101 North College Avenue
Annville, PA 17003-0501
Students who have not completed an undergraduate course in
either accounting or finance may be admitted conditionally to the program.
These prerequisites must be met prior to taking MBA 805, MBA 875, and MBA 895
(and MBA 803 and 804 for the healthcare concentration). Students are expected
to be proficient using Microsoft Excel for spreadsheet modeling. LVC offers
both prerequisites, along with the optional courses in business math and
spreadsheet modeling, in an on-line, self-paced format. They are offered each
semester and may be taken along with MBA courses.
The National Society of Hispanic MBAs has partnered with the
Hispanic Scholarship Fund to provide financial resources to qualified students
pursuing their MBAs. Please visit www.hsf.net and www.nshbma.org to learn more
about this opportunity.