Goddard School Admissions
CHOOSE A PROGRAM THAT'S RIGHT FOR YOU!
At the Goddard School, we’re dedicated to providing our students with a top-notch, experiential education by engaged professors in small, collaborative classes and offer access to amazing opportunities along the way. To achieve this, we look for a few core qualities in our students. Our students are:
ENTREPRENEURIAL, INTELLECTUALLY CURIOUS, IMAGINATIVE, INQUISITIVE
RESILIENT, GRIT, WORK ETHIC
CHALLENGE ASSUMPTIONS, RECEPTIVE
INDEPENDENT, OBJECTIVE, STRATEGIC
We've built a world-class team of hand's-on faculty who engage curious, forward-thinking students with stories and dreams as deep and wide as the classes and subjects we teach. We’re a unique business school offering students a small-college experience with all of the amenities of a large university environment. Students enjoy the extraordinary interactions they have with faculty members — Weber State University’s student/faculty ratio is 21:1. Our faculty know our students’ names and ambitions. You won’t find that at many major public universities anymore.
1 APPLY TO WSU
- Accounting (BS)
- Business Administration (BS)
- Economics (BS)
- Economics, Business (BS)
- Economics, International Business (BS)
- Finance (BS)
- Human Resource Management (BS)
- Management Information Systems (BS)
- Marketing (BS)
- Supply Chain Management (BS)
Our master's degree programs have separate admissions processes:
2 TAKE 8 PRE-ADMISSION CLASSES
These eight General Education and Business Foundations (BF) courses give you the base to succeed in all of our business and economic degree programs.
2 GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (C or higher)
- ENG 2010 Intermediate College Writing
- MATH 1050 QL - College Algebra
DELAYING MATH WILL DELAY YOUR DEGREE!
6 BUSINESS FOUNDATIONS COURSES
(2.5 GPA min. - course & cumulative)
- ACTG 2010 Survey of Accounting I
- ACTG 2020 Survey of Accounting II
- ECON 2010 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECON 2020 Principles of Macroeconomics
- MIS 2010 Business Computer Skills
- QUAN 2600 Business Statistics I
3 TAKE BSAD or ECON 2899
This free, no-credit online course takes 2-3 hours. NOTE: Take it the same semester as your final BF course or after you’ve completed all BF courses.
- Foundations assessment
(questions from each of your BF courses)
- Goddard application form
- Application essay