Transcripts & GPAs
Transcripts should be submitted, from all academic institutions where an undergraduate or graduate degree was conferred, to the ASU Graduate College for verification.
You can request that your transcripts be sent directly from each undergraduate institution or you may collect them and forward them to ASU at one time. Each transcript you submit must be in a sealed envelope from the original institution. Please inquire if your previous institutions can include your Document Reference Number on each transcript. This information is used for authentication and matching purposes only. A Supplemental Document Cover Sheet is provided for your convenience but not required.
Transcripts from community colleges, transfer credits and advanced college credit courses also should be submitted.
Official transcripts for students who previously attended ASU do not need to be submitted, nor do transcripts for undergraduate credits transferred to ASU.
International transcript requirements are more detailed and may require official translations.
To be eligible for admission to graduate studies, your transcripts should reflect the following:
The Admissions Committee will review transcripts and GPAs and incorporate information such as major and institution attended as part of the evaluation process. Post-baccalaureate course work at the community college, undergraduate or graduate level may be used to enhance a lower undergraduate GPA. If you are concerned about your past academic performance, you may use the third essay question in the online application to provide the Admissions Committee with additional information about your GPA. Personal, academic or financial constraints that may have impacted your academic performance should be addressed.
Transfer credits are not accepted by the W. P. Carey Professional MBA due to the lock-step nature of our curriculum.
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