How to Apply

The following outlines the documentation required for domestic, international and non-degree seeking students:

Documentation Domestic International Non-degree seeking
Application Form
Complete and sign. May be denied if GPA on application differs from GPA on transcript.
Graduate School link to apply online

Recommendation Forms (3)
Recommenders (supervisors, professional co-workers or recent professors) should mail the form directly to EMGT or complete online form.

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Application Fee
Application fees vary depending on the method used and the applicant criteria. Fees are as follows:

$65

$85

Non-Degree Seeking: $30

Cover Letter
Optional. To explain unusual circumstances or clarify admission concerns

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Resume
To document two years experience; for adviser reference when discussing career goals.

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Transcripts
Need one official transcript for all undergraduate and graduate work. Have transcripts sent from the university registrar where you completed your coursework directly to EMGT. Transcripts “Issued to Students” are not acceptable unless in sealed envelope. An electronic transcript can also be sent to emgt@ku.edu.

     

Proof of English Proficiency
Contact Department.

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I-20 (or visa)
Issued by International Student Services (ISS).

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Financial Support
Statement of Financial Support : Contact Department.

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Phone Interview
Please contact the EMGT Academic Services Coordinator (913-897-8560) for additional information.
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Transcripts should be sent to:

Engineering Management Graduate Program
University of Kansas - Edwards Campus
12600 Quivira Road
Overland Park, KS 66213-2402


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