The Ross BBA Program accepts transfer applications from students who are currently enrolled in a college or university located in the United States and who have not yet completed a bachelor's degree.
We conduct a holistic review of each application, and there is no formula to define who makes a good candidate. Interviews and recommendation letters are not part of the admission process. In general, we are looking for:
Good grades in challenging academic schedules
Keep mandatory credit/no credit courses to a minimum. In the case of optional pass/fail courses, we have access to the actual letter grade you earned and will consider that when reviewing your application.
Challenging quantitative courses, including Math and other subjects.
We suggest a minimum of two rigorous quantitative courses. These may include the required courses in Calculus and Economics.
Quality Extracurricular Experience
Put your unique passions into practice. We value all kinds of activities, not just those related to business.
Look for ways to take initiative or assume responsibility, whether or not you have a formal leadership position.
Commitment over time
- We look for quality of involvement, not just quantity of activities.
- We consider and give priority to activities you've participated in since graduating high school. Meaningful high school experiences may be used to supplement university or college involvement, particularly for freshman applicants. Greater university or college involvement is expected for applicants beyond freshman standing.
Compelling Application Essays
What makes the Ross BBA right for you, given your interests, goals, or experiences?
- Provide specific examples that highlight your best, most unique qualities.
- Be age-appropriate. It's okay if you don't have your adult career mapped out yet.