Policies and Procedures
Information on waivers, transfer credits, course load, and more...
Academic Honor Code
Assurance of Learning
Business Career Center Student Code of Professionalism
And more info about registration, advising, financial aid at MU Central
Curriculum for students entering prior to Fall 2021
Student forms for various activities (i.e., graduation application, transfer of credit, etc.).
The University Graduate Bulletin has information on policies and procedures, deadlines, program information, etc. Please refer to the section on Graduate School of Management. Please recognize that the Graduate Bulletin is a guideline for programs. The final rules and regulations rest with the Graduate School of Management and may differ from what is stated in the Graduate Bulletin.
Details about graduation weekend. Includes information about the graduation ceremony, cap and gown pick-up, etc.
Health Insurance (voluntary plan)
An optional, voluntary plan through Student Assurance Services, Inc. is available to Marquette University full and part-time graduate students. Please refer to the plan information below for benefit questions and enrollment.
Orientation / welcome letter one-sheet
Info for getting started at Marquette
Registration Timeline & Materials
Registration timelines and materials from the 'registration packet'
Learn more about finishing your MBA at one of our Jesuit partner schools. You can transfer from one JEBNET school to another without loss of earned curriculum hours. http://jesuitmba.org/
Specializations are not required in the MBA program but are optional.
Study Abroad Opportunities
Study abroad opportunities are available for GSM students. These are typically 10-12 day trips with coursework before and after the trip.
Syllabi from graduate courses for the current and last two semesters are available online. This is not an exhaustive list, some syllabi may be missing for various reasons.
It is strongly recommended that GSM students equip themselves with a personally-owned Windows laptop. There are several software packages required throughout the course of study which require Windows and do not work on Mac OS. Additionally, students have had problems using employer-issued computers which frequently do not allow additional software to be installed nor changes to be made to network connectivity such as VPN. Students unable to use their own device for any reason will be expected to complete coursework in the computer lab.
Click here to visit the University Bursar page for updated information on tuition.
Withdrawal - Tuition Refund & Adjustment Schedule
Details about the University class withdrawal policy and refund rates are available on the bursar's website.