Darla Moore School of Business

Rohit Verma, Dean
Audrey Korsgaard, Senior Associate Dean of Academics and Research
Janice Bass, Senior Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs
Satish Jayachandran, Associate Dean of Graduate Programs
Mark van Essen,  Associate Dean, International Programs and Partnerships
Mark Ferguson,  Associate Dean for Accreditation and Strategic Planning 
Deborah Hazzard, Associate Dean for Access, Opportunity and Community Engagement
Mark Cecchini, Associate Dean, Executive Development

The Moore School of Business offers programs of study leading to the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration, Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, Professional Master of Business Administration, International Master of Business Administration, Executive International Master of Business Administration, Master of Accountancy, Master of Arts in Economics, Master of Human Resources and a Master of International Business. Joint programs such as the J.D./I.M.B.A., J.D./Master of Accountancy, and J.D./ Master of Human Resources are offered in cooperation with the law school.

Admission Requirements

Requirements for admission conform with the general regulations of The Graduate School and the accreditation standards of the AACSB International—the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Each program is required to establish their own admission criteria, which include factors such as standardized test performance, scholastic achievement, statement of purpose, recommendations, and in some cases, professional experience and personal interview. Please contact the recruiting team for your program of interest to discuss your individual circumstances. Prospective students can apply online.

A graduate of a foreign university or college who has completed an academic program equivalent to an American four-year bachelor’s degree may apply for admission. International applicants are required to submit with their application a certified transcript indicating the nature and scope of their academic training. International applicants whose native language is not English are required to submit a satisfactory score on the TOEFL or the IELTS Intl. Academic Course Type 2 exam. The TOEFL is not required of international students who have an undergraduate or graduate degree from an American college or university. Prior to enrollment in a graduate program in the Moore School of Business, international students whose native language is not English are required to take an English diagnostic test administered by the English Program for Internationals. The results of this diagnostic test and an interview of the student by a member of the Office of International Students staff will be used to determine the student’s level of English-language proficiency. Based upon this evaluation, a course of study will be recommended for those who have demonstrated deficiencies in oral communication and/or reading. Students for whom a course of study is designed are required to begin taking the recommended English courses during their first semester of graduate study and complete the course of study by the end of their second semester.