Admission

1. ADMISSION FORM

You can either submit your application online or print out the online application and mail it to the address below. In addition to the application, each applicant must submit the following items:
  • Your current resume
  • $60 non-refundable application fee made payable to Pace University
  • Two recommendations
  • Transcripts

Mail these items to:

Jay Sholes, PhD
Director, Executive Programs
Lubin School of Business
Pace University
163 William Street, Suite 1601
New York, NY 10038-1598

2. TRANSCRIPTS

You should request that all institutions you have attended (undergraduate and graduate) forward official transcripts of your scholastic record to the address above. Click to download the transcript request form (print as many as needed).

3. RECOMMENDATIONS

Each candidate for admission to the MFP program is required to forward two recommendations, one from a manager of your organization and the other from your immediate supervisor. Click to download the recommendation form (please print two copies).

4. MFP FACULTY INTERVIEW (and Why We Do Not Require a GMAT)
Every applicant to the MFP program will be interviewed in person by the program's academic director. (Conference call phone interviews can be scheduled for those living a considerable distance from New York.)

The interview is structured around a series of open ended questions asked of all applicants. It's designed to get to know you, to understand your reasons for pursuing an MFP, and to review your career achievements and goals.

We were one of the pioneer schools in dropping the GMAT and substituting the faculty structured interview in its place. In our studies, we have found little correlation between GMAT scores and academic performance in a graduate business program whose students are experienced managers and professionals. To us, career advancement and motivation are the drivers that ensure success in our program. As an added benefit our interview process gives applicants a chance to ask questions about the program, and for faculty to have a direct input in the admissions decision.