Don't enroll in an MBA program. Some schools have open enrollments in graduate courses. That was just a suggestion. A graduate course will look better than an undergraduate course (this from an admissions committee member at a top 10 school). Of course, take an undergraduate course if that is the only option. Something is better than nothing.
Are there classes that admissions committees are more interested in seeing from their applicants? The Business schools in my area do not allow any non-degree earning students to attend their graduate classes. They aren't even top programs - maybe top 50. Many other programs allow for that, but all the classes I am interested in are through the Business program.
What do admissions committees think of transfer students? What if I did get admitted to one of the MBA programs just to take classes - would that really make me a good candidate? Wouldn't that just make me a transfer student and move me down the list since I have already been admitted to a program and attended classes through that school?
I am just wondering how transfer students are perceived and how students who have been out of college for as long as I have, who isn't a CEO can make a better case for getting into those top schools.
Sorry for all the questions. I am new to this process and more familiar with Law School Admissions which appear to be so different. But, I really appreciate your feedback![/quote]
Any top program won't allow transfer credits. I was told to take accounting, macroeconomics, microeconomics, and/or calculus.