Graduate students from other University of Minnesota programs may use this petition process to request enrollment in Carlson MBA courses on a space-available basis.
The Carlson School of Management MBA Program allows non-MBA graduate students to petition to take a maximum of three MBA courses. Requests to be enrolled in additional courses will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
To register, please complete and submit the Non-MBA Graduate Student Petition Form. Registration requests are only accepted via the online petition form.
|Summer 2016||June 10, 2016|
|Fall 2016 (A-term and full-semester courses)||September 1, 2016|
|Fall 2016 (B-term courses)||October 21, 2016|
Registration for non-MBA graduate students who submit the online petition form and are approved to take Carlson MBA courses will begin as outlined below.
- May 2, 2016 - Registration for elective and MBA Core courses begins
- May 9, 2016- Registration for elective courses begins (ex. MGMT 6004 or ENTR 6020)
- August 31, 2016- Registration for MBA core courses begins (ex. MBA 6030 or MBA 6120)
Important Petition Information
- Students will be notified via University of Minnesota email of the status of their petition within 3-5 business days of submission.
- All approvals are issued through the MBA Student Affairs team; do not seek a permission number from faculty members.
- There is no guarantee you will get into any classes.
- Undergraduate and non-degree seeking students are not permitted to take MBA courses.
- Not all day/Full-Time MBA courses are open to non-MBA students.
- All classes must be taken for a letter grade (A/F); courses cannot be taken for pass/fail (S/N) or audit credits.
- If the course you are requesting has a prerequisite you have not met, we may refer you to the instructor for permission to enroll.
- If the class you are petitioning is closed (full) you are not able to enroll in the course. Waitlists are not available for non-MBA students.
- MBASA, MS Finance, MS Supply Chain, HRIR, MBT, MAcc, Dental Hygiene, and MHA students should petition through their respective department for admission into an MBA course. Students in these graduate programs should not use the petition form.