The following checklist is provided to help you progress through the admissions process.
Select one or more of the following ways to learn more about McIntire's M.S. in the Management of IT Program.
Help us get to know you. Our admissions committee takes a holistic approach to evaluating your application, so it is important to present a well-rounded view of your academics, work experiences, and motivation.
- Complete and submit an online application, including resume, essays, and one letter of recommendation from your professional manager who knows your work and management capabilities.
- Upload unofficial copies of transcripts from every college or university you have attended. (If admitted, official transcripts from all institutions will be required before matriculation).
- After you have uploaded a resume to the online application, an admissions staff member may contact you to schedule an admissions interview. Admissions interviews are approximately 30-45 minutes and will be conducted in an online format.
- If applicable,* submit a course-by-course, English-translated transcript evaluation and GPA conversion from a company listed on www.naces.org.
- If applicable,** submit a TOEFL or IELTS score via electronic download request. (Paper-based TOEFL scores are not accepted.) TOEFL Code: B626, IELTS scores must be submitted directly by the IELTS test center. E-download name: University of Virginia McIntire School of Commerce, E-download address: 125 Ruppel Dr. Charlottesville, VA 22903
- OPTIONAL: We do not require a test score for admissions to M.S. in the Management of IT. However, you may choose to provide a test score. If you choose to submit a score, please use the following codes: GMAT Code: KC7-K3-50, GRE code: 5829
*Students who completed coursework outside of the United States must submit a professional course-by-course credential evaluation with calculated GPA of their transcripts. This official document must be provided by a credential evaluator listed on www.naces.org. Note: This requirement does not apply to students who attended a U.S. institution and participated in a study-abroad program.
**International students whose primary language is not English and who will complete an undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. college or university that included a minimum of two years of residency in the United States are not required to provide a TOEFL or IELTS score. The admissions committee reserves the right to request additional verification of English language proficiency that could include specific coursework or TOEFL or IELTS testing.