Admissions

Application Procedures

Step One: Apply to the UA

If you are not currently a student at The University of Arizona, your first step is to apply to The University of Arizona. Please refer to the following sites to determine how to apply according to your circumstance.

How to Apply for Admission to The University of Arizona
Find application deadlines, download an application, or apply online for admission to The University of Arizona.

Transferring into the Eller College of Management - Current UA Students 
Schedule an advising appointment or attend a workshop to change your major to Pre-Business or Public Administration.

Step Two: Successfully Complete Eller College's "General and/or Foundation Courses"

Complete the required foundation courses as instructed by your advisor. A sample of the required courses may be found here.

Step Three: Obtain Professional Admission

Once you are a pre-business student, your next step is to obtain Professional Admissions into Eller College. During the process of applying for Professional Admission, you will be advised on how to apply to the MIS, OM, or MIS/OM majors.

Note: Students who have already obtained Professional Admission within the Eller College of Management and wish to apply to the MIS program should contact the MIS/OM Academic Advisor.

Advising Appointments

Please make decisions on your academic career only AFTER speaking to an advisor. All pre-business and lower division students obtain academic advising through the Undergraduate Programs office.

Undergraduate Programs Office
McClelland Hall, Room 204
520.621.2505

Until you are accepted by the Eller College and achieved professional admission, you are a "pre-business major" and you should work with the Pre-Business Advisors for help in understanding and fulfilling the admissions requirements.

Financial Aid/Expenses

The MIS department does not handle financial aid and/or scholarships directly. Please visit The University of Arizona's  Financial Aid and Scholarship Office for more details on available financial aid.

Information on fees and expenses can be found at The University of Arizona's Bursar's Office website.