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Application for Admission to Major and Specialization

Current Ohio State students should complete the following form to apply for admission to Fisher College of Business Undergraduate Major and Specialization.

Admission to individual specializations will depend on the size and quality of the applicant pool, and can be highly competitive.

Application submissions are time stamped. If you submit multiple applications, only the final submission will be reviewed. You will receive a confirmation email with your submissions. Application decisions will be sent to your OSU name.# email account six to eight weeks after the deadline. Submissions that are incomplete or incorrect will not be reviewed.

If you have questions about the application process or prior GPA cutoffs, please contact the Undergraduate Programs and Advising Office at 614-292-2715 or by stopping at the front desk in 120 Schoenbaum Hall.

Please read all information carefully. - Application will close September 15, 2014 at 5:00pm

Contact Information

OSU Student ID: (Required)
Look up your OSU Student ID at
https://buckeyelink1.osu.edu/secure/OSUid/OSUid.aspx
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OSU name.#: (Required)
Last Name: (Required)
First Name: (Required)

Education Information

Current Program:
Pre-Business    Other
Are you currently enrolled in a major outside of Fisher College?
Yes    No
If you answered "Yes" to the above, do you plan on completing this major in addition to a Business Major?
Yes    No
For which specializations do you wish to be considered? (Required)
Please note, General Business is not available to students on the Columbus campus. Special Major requires program approval.
First choice:
Second choice:

Certification of Truth Statement

  I agree to the following: (Required)

By pressing the submit button, I affirm that the information I provided on this application, and any other information that I have submitted or will submit in connection with the admission process, is complete and accurate. I understand that submission of incomplete or inaccurate information is cause for revocation of admission and may be subject to review by the University Office of Judicial Affairs.