Master of Business Administration
FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
Welcome to our MBA program designed for international students wishing to enhance their skills and knowledge in business and technology fields. Our program is intended to meet the needs of current and future business leaders. Learn more about our program in partnership with HMS here.
Applying to Our Program
For admission instructions and information, please contact:
1) Submit transcripts. Submit your official transcripts or foreign evaluations.
2) Complete Forms. Our admissions team will reach out to you with important forms required for enrollment.
3) I-20. Transfer your SEVIS record and submit all official documentation.
4) Access Populi. Access your email account through Populi.
5) Pay Tuition. Ensure you pay your tuition for the quarter.
For admission, a Bachelors degree with a minimum GPA of 2.75 is required. Transcripts from a US university where a degree was earned must show the degree conferral or graduation date. If a degree has not been earned from a US institution, then foreign transcripts must be evaluated (by ECE, WES, or Educational Perspectives) and submitted.
We accept electronic transcripts and paper transcripts.
If you decide to submit official transcripts electronically via National Student Clearinghouse, Parchment, etc., please have them emailed to: [email protected]
If you opt to submit paper transcripts, please have them mailed to:
Attn: Maria Garcia-Woodill
6650 Inglewood Ave.
Stockton, CA 95207
*IMPORTANT: transcripts are only considered official if they are sent directly to our Registrar from your previous school, a third-party transcript processor (i.e. Parchment, National Student Clearinghouse, WES, etc.), or mailed to Humphreys University in a sealed envelope. If you simply email a scanned copy of your transcript to our Registrar, your transcript will not be considered official.
Full Course of Study
International students are required to take a full course of study. For graduate programs, a full course of study is at least 8 quarter units. Most courses are 4-unit courses. Thus, an international student must take at least two 4-unit courses each term.
Mandatory Face-to-Face Weekend
International students who are enrolled in a hybrid program must attend mandatory face-to-face weekends on the Humphreys University Campus in Stockton, CA.
Students are required to attend the face-to-face instruction weekend session once per term/quarter. Failure to attend the mandatory weekend session may result in dismissal from the MBA IT concentration program.
Information Technology Concentration
CIP Code: 11.1099 (STEM-Designated)
Curricular Practical Training (CPT)
CPT status allows international students with an F-1 visa to gain work experience through employment training and paid internships directly related to your major area of study.
As an F-1 student in the MBA, Information Technology concentration at Humphreys University, you are required to maintain CPT employment. CPT must be authorized by DSO Maria Garcia-Woodill. Any job changes or address changes must be submitted to the DSO immediately. CPT will be counted as a 1-unit course each term as it integrates work and learning. There is no additional tuition charge for this.
Optional Practical Training (OPT)
Optional Practical Training allows international F-1 visa students to work for 12 months in a U.S. job related to their field of study. You must have completed one academic year and have been enrolled in a full course of study. You must not be authorized for a total of 12 months of Curricular Practical Training (CPT) and not completed 12 months of OPT at the same degree level.