Frequently Asked Questions

Find out more information on our Graduate Programs

Have a question about Graduate Programs at the Trulaske College of Business? Find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions below.


For questions about admissions requirements, the application process, and more, email or call 573-882-2750.

Scholarships are available for students in graduate business programs in the form of cash scholarships.

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GMAT/GRE is not required for admission to our graduate business programs. View admissions requirements here.

Contact the Graduate Programs Office at or call 573-882-2750.

No. Distance students are welcome to come to campus for events such as career fairs, company information sessions, special events (Fall Welcome, Graduation), and to meet with a career coach, but on campus attendance is not required.


Our graduate degrees are online programs and do not offer visas for international students. The on-campus Master of Accountancy does provide immigration documents.

Waived credits depend on the graduate program and your previous coursework. You will work with your academic advisor to determine if any required courses can be waived. 

Transfer students are welcome to apply to our programs. A maximum of 20 percent of the number of credit hours required in a graduate program may be graduate credits transferred from another regionally accredited institution. Credit transfer must be recommended by the student’s advisor and approved by the academic program’s director of graduate studies and the Graduate School. Transfer students will complete the traditional application process to be considered for admission. Questions about how your graduate-level courses might transfer? Contact our admissions team at

Accommodations are available through Mizzou's Disability Center. Contact the Disability Center for additional support and information.