Ph.D. in Business Administration

Ph.D. in Business Administration

Use the following checklist as you complete the application process.

I.  For Office of Graduate Studies:

The following REQUIRED items should be sent DIRECTLY to the Office of Graduate Studies by the application deadline:

(__)1.Completed Appplication
(__)2.Application Fee
(__)3.Official transcripts of U.S. or foreign country transcripts or mark sheets and
diplomas from all colleges and universities attended. Photo copies are not acceptable.
(__)4.Official GMAT or GRE score.
(__)5.Official TOEFL or IELTS score. The UTA institution code for the TOEFL is 6013. This is
required of students who are not U.S. citizens. For more information, see Applicant FAQs.
(__)6.Bank Affidavit and Financial Statement required of International Students.
(__)7.Meningitis Vaccination required of students under 30 years of age. Proof of inoculation must be
sent to Magnus Health SMR at service@magnushealthportal.com at least 10 days before the
start of the semester in which you plan to enroll.

II.  For Graduate Business Services:

Graduate Business Services
UT Arlington
Box 19376
Arlington, TX 76019-0376

(__)8.Resume
(__)9.Statement of Purpose describing your academic interests, strengths and limitations;
why you wish to pursue a Ph.D. in the chosen field of study at UTA, and what you hope to
accomplish during your time in the Ph.D. program.
(__)10.Three Letters of Recommendation. Applicants may use actual letters or recommendation forms
(which are available online).

Subsequent Steps:

If admitted to the Ph.D. program, the student will receive a letter from the College of Business instructing the student to contact the appropriate major field coordinator to discuss the chosen degree plan and semester registration.

A doctoral student orientation, "Ph.D. Boot Camp", is scheduled for incoming students the two weeks prior to the beginning of the fall semester. Students will be notified of the exact dates and requirements for this orientation. The Boot Camp will cover topics such as program specifics, teaching and research, professional ethics, and academic integrity. The Boot Camp will also give new students the opportunity to meet and interact with returning Ph.D. students and graduate faculty.