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What are the admission requirements?
To be considered for admission into the Master in Business Logistics Engineering program, applicants need:
What is the application deadline?
Applications are accepted for all term, although Fall term only.
How do I apply?
To apply, visit gradadmissions.osu.edu or call 614-292-6841. You may apply online. Click “Grad Program Information” to reach: http://gradadmissions.osu.edu/gri.asp. Then select “Business Logistics Engineering.”
If you have any questions about the application process, call 614-292-6841. If they are unable to answer your question, contact David Widdifield at email@example.com
What is the application fee?
There is a non-refundable application fee of $60 for domestic students and $70 for international students. The application fee should be submitted with the university application and not be sent to Kristen Johnson.
In addition, if admitted for the Fall semester, the student is required to make a $250 tuition deposit. The tuition deposit is refundable until July 1 if you decide not to enroll in the Master in Business Logistics Engineering program.
Is financial aid available?
U.S. citizens and permanent residents are qualified for a Fisher College of Business Scholarship of $6000. Additionally U.S. domestic and permanent resident students may qualify for federal student loan programs. For international students, there are no domestic sources of financial aid available, however, eligible Master in Business Logistics Engineering students may have opportunities to compete for private scholarships, student loans, or try on their own to arrange for Graduate or Teaching Assistantships on campus.
These financial aid opportunities and jobs are often advertised on Ohio State's Student Financial Aid website.
What are the courses in the Master in Business Logistics Engineering program?
There are fifteen required courses. Attendance at a series of seminars is also required. Each seminar is typically a one-to-two hour technical talk given by Ohio State University or invited faculty.
Can the Master in Business Logistics Engineering program be taken part time or in the evening?
The Master in Business Logistics Engineering program is designed to be a full-time program. Most courses are not offered in the evening. However, qualified working students may enroll in fewer courses per semester to accommodate their professional needs.
What is the cost of the program?
Graduate students enrolled for 8 or more credit hours are assessed full-time fees/tuition.
For non-Ohio residents, establishing residency may be an option. Inquiries regarding residency status or establishment of residency are directed to Ohio State's Office of the Registrar at (614) 292-8500.
What is correct code for the GMAT, GRE and TOEFL tests?
GMAT Institution Code for the Ohio State University MBLE Program is ZLJ-9D-19
The Institution Code for the TOEFL and the GRE is 1592.