Exploring Business Related Graduate Studies

A good place to start your exploration of business-related graduate studies is by talking with your faculty advisor. She or he can give you valuable feedback about MBAs, ideas for schools to explore and how to proceed, including information on taking the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), which is required by nearly all MBA programs.

There are also many print and electronic resources available in the PGP (CC 314) library. Some additional online resources you might find helpful are:



Princeton Review


You might find this MBA case interviews presentation, created by Stanford Graduate School of Business Class of 2006 graduate Marquis Parker, to be helpful. His project was designed to advise MBA students going through case interviews for internships.

This business school application timeline can help you plan for applying to graduate school. Don’t worry if you haven’t completed every action item in the timeline. Your meetings with your graduate school advisor and your academic advisor can help you plan the best course of action.