This isn't for me, it's for my husband. Hubby recently got his B.S. in Marketing from a B&M state university. It's been a long and convoluted road for him, and right now he's focusing on finding work in his field. He started off at a small private liberal arts school, where he majored in business for 3.5 years. His mother passed away, and he took a leave of absence to go home and help the family. At some point it was determined that he couldn't afford to return to his old college and he transferred to a state university near our hometown. He attended full time for several semesters (getting Cs and a few Ds - which he had to repeat for a better grade) before switching to part time status, at which point he was able to get As and Bs since he only had 1 or 2 different courses to concentrate on at any given time. He's worked part time (~30 hours a week) all along. He had to start over as a sophomore since his major changed (from business to marketing), and he finally finished his degree last month. I'm very proud of him. It should be noted that hubby finished school with only a 2.6 GPA. Several months ago he was diagnosed with ADHD and is on medication. He is doing incredibly well, and our only regret is that he didn't seek help much earlier for this issue that he's dealt with since childhood! It's literally like someone flipped a switch; the change has been really profound. Hubby has been helping me with my courswork (I'm an engineer working on an M.S. in management, so his business background has been helpful) and has expressed interest in going to grad school himself within the next few years. The major barrier that we can see is his undergrad GPA. He tests reasonably well and could pull off a decent GRE or GMAT score. But without outstanding scores, how likely is he to get into a decent DL master's program in management with that awful GPA? Also does anyone know of a DL, RA certificate program (post-bac level) in business or marketing? If he was to complete a grad certificate with good grades, it might help his case for getting into a master's program down the line. I've searched and have had a lot of trouble finging a DL grad certificate program in marketing - plenty of schools have certificates in IT or e-commerce or the like, but none of those are of interest to him. Like I said, he's focusing on getting his career launched at the moment but would be interested in starting grad school within a year or so. Any ideas on how to make up for his poor GPA when applying?