All applicants must have completed their undergraduate degree no more than two years prior to enrolling in the MM program. The program is designed for candidates with little to no full-time work experience. Candidates with some (e.g., one year to 18 months) work experience are eligible to apply. Candidates with more work experience are encouraged to apply to our other graduate degree programs. Class profiles, program descriptions, and admission requirements for each of those programs can be found on the Programs page.
The Master of Management curriculum consists of 14 courses for a total of 30.75 credit hours completed over 10 months.
An intensive summer term kicks off the program in June.* Students complete three core courses that are critical for business success and provide foundational knowledge for elective courses. An extensive series of in-depth, hands-on workshops with Ross Career Services gets students prepared for the recruiting season. During the fall and winter terms, students deepen their business knowledge through additional core courses, and customize their educational experience with electives.
To apply to Michigan Ross, we ask that you submit a variety of materials for us to best assess your qualifications for our MM Program. Below is a list of the application components we require. Each piece of the application plays an integral role in the overall admission evaluation; no single piece of the application is weighted more heavily than another. Please note that ALL materials need to be received by the posted deadline for the round in which you apply.Current resumeGMAT or GRE resultsUndergraduate transcriptsNon-refundable application fee of $75 for domestic students, or $100 for international studentsTOEFL results (for international students only). Scores must be dated within two years of your application to Ross. IELTS Scores are not accepted.Two letters of recommendationPrerequisitePre-calculus (Math 105 for UM undergrads) This course presents the concepts of pre-calculus from four points of view: geometric (graphs), numeric (tables), symbolic (formulas), and written (verbal descriptions). The emphasis is on the mathematical modeling of real-life problems using linear, polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions. (Taking a higher level math course for which pre-calculus or Math 105 is a prerequisite will meet this requirement).Non-University of Michigan Courses The math prerequisite must be taken at an accredited four-year university. The course should be equivalent to pre-calculus.ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTSUndergraduate DegreeInternational applicants are required to submit copies of both an academic record and diploma (or other document indicating the date and conferral of your degree).If the original language of the academic record and diploma is not English, a certified English translation must accompany the original document. The translation should be literal rather than interpretive. If a certified copy of the original transcript is submitted, it must be certified by the institution from which the degree was received. Documents notarized by a Notary Public are not acceptable.Credentials must include the following:years of attendance at the academic institutioncourses takengrades receiveddated degree, diploma, or certificate English Language Requirements TOEFL paper-based test score : 560 TOEFL iBT® test: 84