To our prospective students:
We recognize that you have some important decisions to make in the coming months regarding your graduate career. In response to the latest government advice regarding travel, the US Embassy closures, and the unprecedented shutdown of testing centers, UConn is exploring all options to best support our prospective students and ease some roadblocks throughout the application process.
Please know that we are here in support of your candidacy for our programs. We will continue to admit bright and qualified applicants who will help shape UConn’s vibrant community. We will continue to work with you to answer any questions you may have.
You can email the program at firstname.lastname@example.org and receive a response within 24 hours or chat with a member of our staff in real time during our available virtual office hours (chat button will accessible only during available hours below, Eastern Time):
Monday: 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM | Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM | Wednesday: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM | Thursday: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM | Friday: 9:00 AM – 11 AM
We believe that providing the most updated information and potential options for Fall 2020 is a crucial part of our commitment to you. Please check in with us regularly.
Updates in light of COVID-19:
Changes to the Admissions Process:
- The GRE is available online for select countries: ETS testing updates site
- The GMAT will be available online mid-April: GMAC site update
- UConn now accepts Duolingo for English proficiency test
- The TOEFL is now available online, visit the ETS site or reach out to TOEFLnews@ets.org
- Deposits are refundable if you are unable to join us in the Fall Semester
If you unable to complete any of these requirements online, please contact email@example.com to discuss options.
70% of our students intern during their experience in MS BAPM. They travel across the nation to learn and gain real-world application in leading innovative companies. These experiences prepare students for full-time positions. Student internship experiences take place in Connecticut and far beyond, showcasing that data analytics and project management truly is a universal corporate need.
MS BAPM provides an international travel course to enhance the corporate, cultural, and global business knowledge required in today’s economy. Students earn 3 credits, visit innovative companies, and translate experience into practice – while gaining a lifetime of memories with fellow students overseas.
Knowledge, research, collaboration – combined with national exposure has made Case Competitions a distinguished experience for MS BAPM students. Students form teams and apply classroom theory to a student competition with real-world application. These experiences enhance not only the resume, but also relationships with one another.
MS BAPM is proud to recruit students from all over the world. Team and project-based learning is top priority to our academic mission. We create experiences to enhance team building for all students in and out of the classroom – and allow them to engage with their new Connecticut home.
MS BAPM cannot exist in a vacuum; UConn-affiliated centers, such as the Center for the Advancement of Business Analytics and the Connecticut Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, among others, help us cultivate enriching student experiences.
Faculty, staff, and alumni discuss the premier choice for professionals looking to leverage advanced business analytics and project management skills.
A cross-functional team of MS BAPM and MBA students were the winning combo project with PCX Aerostructures.