How to Apply

In order to apply to SJSU and the MPDM Program you will need the following:
  1. All undergraduate college course transcripts
  2. Graduate transcripts (if applicable)
  3. GMAT scores (or GRE, MCAT scores in lieu of GMAT)
  4. Current resume
  5. Up to three letters of recommendation (from professors, supervisors, or others that can speak to your success in academic and/or work experience)

Application Process

To apply, go to and complete the electronic application for graduate students.

For detailed instructions and information regarding admissions, please review the information on the Graduate Admissions and Program Evaluations (GAPE) webpage: See the Prospective Students section for specific admission process information.

You will also need to set up a MySJSU account, which will be your student email and correspondence site for admissions to provide you with a checklist of application items needed as well as information regarding your admission status. To set up a new account, visit

Submitting Required Information

Have all transcripts sent to:

Graduate Admissions and Program Evaluations
San Jose State University
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0017*

*Note: use of any other zip code will cause misdirection and/or loss of transcripts

Send GMAT (or other test scores), your resume, and letters of recommendation to:

Tonja Green, Director
MPDM Program
College of Science
San Jose State University
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0099

Open University Options

There are alternative ways to enroll in classes in the spring prior to formal admission to the MPDM program. You can take two classes through SJSU Open University without having to be fully admitted and while simultaneously submitting your application to the university when it is open for admissions.

Enrollment in classes through Open University, however, does not guarantee entry into the program. You must still submit your application, transcripts, and documents to the Admissions Office to verify that all program requirements are met.

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