Step 1: Apply for non-matriculated (non-degree seeking) admission to the University of Utah.
Applicants who are not current, matriculated University of Utah students will need to submit a non-matriculated application for admission. (Note: the non-matriculated application is the same as the undergraduate application. Once the application is started, students can elect to apply for non-matriculated status).
To be eligible for non-matriculated admission, students must:
- Have graduated from high school at least three years ago.
- For GED-holders, a minimum 550 composite score with no individual score below 500 is required.
- Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
- International students requiring an F-1 visa are not eligible for non-matriculated admission.
- Note that permanent residents and other international applicants must meet English-proficiency requirements.
- Be in good standing with the last college or university attended and have a minimum 2.6 GPA. (Please note that while the university requires a 2.6 GPA, the certificate requires a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA.)
- Find more information about non-matriculated admission.
Submit your non-matriculated application
Step 2: Apply for the Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics
Once you’re admitted as a non-matriculated student, you can submit the Eccles School graduate certificate application.
The GCBA application will ask applicants to:
- Upload an unofficial copy of transcripts from your undergraduate degree institution
- Provide a short personal statement telling us about your interest in the graduate certificate (1000 character limit)
- Upload your current resume
- Provide verification of University of Utah student status (student ID number)
Submit your GCBA application
Non-matriculated students are required to apply for non-matriculation admission prior to applying to the certificate program. For students not currently enrolled in a graduate degree program, admission into the GCBA is contingent upon admission to the University as a non-matriculated student.