Start preparing the Graduate Admissions Application materials, including letters of recommendation.
Students take the gateway course (TIM 304). Admission is subject to passing the gateway course with a grade of B or higher.
Completion of GMAT test is recommended by the end of the semester.
Students submit the Graduate Admissions Application and fee as well as all required program admission materials, including GMAT.
February 1st is the deadline for all application materials. Students receive notice of “Early Admission” in Spring of the junior year.
Students are admitted to the MS in TIM.
Students begin double-counted coursework (TIM 601, 3 credits) at the undergraduate tuition rate and are considered dual program students.
Students take TIM 605 (hospitality management) OR TIM 606 (T/T management) and TIM 431 (6 credits), to be double-counted towards the combined program.
The bachelor’s degree is conferred after successful completion of all coursework required for the BS degree.
Students are classified as graduate students and continue the program at the graduate tuition rate.
Students continue MS coursework.
Students choose an appropriate faculty member to serve as their committee chair for the thesis (Plan A) or their advisor for their professional paper (Plan B).
Students who select Plan A start writing a thesis.
Students who select Plan B start writing a professional paper.
A final copy of thesis or professional must be submitted by the submission deadline. Students graduate with the MS at the end of this semester.