#10: How is your MBA program structured?
The Graduate School of Management MBA program offers five 8-week sessions per year (2 sessions in the fall semester, 2 sessions in the spring semester, 1 session in the summer). Classes meet once a week from 6-10 p.m.
#9: Where are your campuses located?
Romeoville (main campus), Oak Brook, Tinley Park, and Shorewood. We also offer blended and online classes.
#8: Can I take all of my classes at one campus location?
You can complete all of the foundation and core classes at the Romeoville and Oak Brook campuses. Tinley Park and Shorewood offer a variety of courses, but a student cannot complete all classes solely at the Tinley Park or Shorewood campuses.
#7: What is the application process?
Submit an application and $40 application fee by mail or online at https://www.selectlewis.org/grad. Submit official transcripts from all educational institutions, a current resume, two completed recommendation forms, and complete an admissions interview. GMAT and GRE test scores are not required for admission into our program.
#6: Is there an application deadline?
No. We have a rolling admissions process, so you can be enrolled up through the week before classes begin.
#5: Do you offer tuition deferment for employer assistance?
Yes. You can complete a deferred billing form which is available through the Graduate School of Management or the University Bursar's Office.
#4: Can I use financial aid/student loans?
Yes. Students can fill out the FAFSA form at www.fafsa.ed.gov to apply for student loans.
#3: What is the cost of tuition?
Tuition is $760 per credit hour or $2,280 per class.
#2: How many classes make up the MBA program?
The program consists of 12-18 classes. Students have the opportunity to be waived from seven foundation courses based on undergraduate business coursework. A transcript evaluation can be completed by contacting the Director of Admissions at email@example.com
#1: How long would it take me to complete my MBA?
Most students complete the MBA program in less than two years. It depends on how many classes you need to take as well as how many classes you can take per 8-week session.