Brigham Young Admissions Q&A

The admissions director of the Marriott School talks about what it takes to get into the MBA program and the special role religion plays at the school

Brigham Young University's Marriott School has a double emphasis: Its top-notch education and the teachings of Jesus Christ Church of Latter-day Saints. Subsidized by the Church, the types of students who fit into this school, according to Yvette Anderson, the MBA Programs Admission Coordinator, are the ones who really buy into the spiritual emphasis and mission of the school—and that includes the fact that it is "stone-cold sober."

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