The Chadron State College MBA is a 36 credit-hour traditional (generalist) MBA program designed for supervisory and mid-level managers looking to expand their knowledge of business management, marketing, finance, accounting, economics and information management systems.
Note: all of the following must be received by the Office of International Education BEFORE a student will be considered for full admission.
Applicants are applying for admission to a CSC campus-based graduate (master's) program under a U.S. non-immigrant F-1 student visa. Applicants must have completed a college or university undergraduate (bachelor's) degree equivalent to a 4-year U.S. bachelor's degree.
Step 1: Fully complete and submit your online application. It is FREE to apply.
Step 2: Arrange to have your official transcripts sent to CSC.
Step 3: Arrange to have proof of English proficiency sent to CSC.
Step 4: Submit your Financial Declaration and Certification and bank letter.
Step 5: Submit your Health and Immunization forms.
To ensure timely processing of your application, international applicants should:
|Per SEMESTER||Per YEAR|
|Tuition & Fees||$4,684.00||$9,368.00|
|Books and Supplies||$900.00||$1,800.00|
|TOTAL Estimated Costs||$7,219.00||$14,438.00|
Qualifying students pay the lower, on-campus resident tuition rate for on-campus courses.
Approximate savings of $1,100 per semester.
Automatically awarded to all students with a minimum 3.5 GPA [4.0 scale] for all previous work attempted at all colleges attended.
Students who do not meet the above qualifications as a new applicant may be awarded the scholarship if they achieve a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA while at CSC. Students who were not awarded the scholarship as a new student are responsible for requesting it if they meet the GPA requirements after they begin their program.
Name: Swairie Fernando
Country: Sri Lanka
Began her MBA at Chadron State in the Fall of 2019.
“The MBA program at Chadron State College is an excellent fit for me, as I get one-on-one attention from the professors due to the small class sizes. I have been able to learn faster and perform better in class, as I receive performance feedback throughout the courses. The Graduate Assistant position, which I pursued through the Nebraska Business Development Center, has helped me get rid of the financial burden, as I receive free tuition along with a stipend. Being a Graduate Assistant is a great working experience, as I get to consult the entrepreneurs from the Northwest Nebraska area. Gaining work experience while studying allows me to practically adapt my business knowledge and be in real-time learning curves, acquiring much-needed, hands-on, practical training. I believe that the entire experience I gain at Chadron State College will help me kick start my career.”