Dual Degree (Masters/PhD/Professional)
January, June, and August start dates available.
- Concurrent Degree (Masters/PhD)
- Professional Joint Degree (JD, MD, DDS, DVM, PharmD)
The MIB degree allows current graduate and professional students to diversify their skills with a strong business foundation. Dual degree students can share a total of nine credits between both graduate/professional programs, shortening the duration of the MIB degree.
|Start term||Complete file deadline (tests must be taken on or before the deadline)||Applicant can expect response by:|
|Early Deadline||Aug 1||Sep 1|
|Final Deadline||Oct 1||Nov 15|
|Summer B (late June)|
|Early Deadline||Jan 15||Feb 15|
|Final Deadline||Apr 15||May 15|
|Fall (late August)|
|Early Deadline 1||Jan 15||Mar 1|
|Early Deadline 2||Apr 15||May 15|
|Final Deadline||Jun 1||Jul 1|
The only difference between the “Early” and “Final” deadlines is the date the decision letter is sent. There is no difference in the way applications are reviewed for each deadline.
Admitted applicants will be asked to accept their admission offer within two weeks of receiving their offer letter.
Important Dates for Admitted Students
- Classes start – Jan 3, 2017
- Mandatory orientation - Jan 6-7, 2017
- Classes start – June 26, 2017
- Mandatory orientation -TBD
- Classes start – August 21, 2017
- Mandatory orientation - TBD
Admission is separate for each degree program. Applicants should refer to each department’s admission requirements.
Questions about applications can be emailed (mib at warrington.ufl.edu).
Current graduate students who previously completed the online UF Graduate School application do not need to reapply.
Note: Professional Degree students must complete the UF Graduate School online application.
If you previously submitted transcripts, reference letters, GRE/GMAT scores, etc. to the UF Graduate Admissions, please email us (mib at warrington.ufl.edu).
- Dual Degree Application Notice
Statement of Purpose Essay
The essay should be completed as part of the online application. Please emphasize:
- Your motivations for applying to the program
- Why you think you are a good candidate for the program
- How the program fits into your future goals
Use the essay as an opportunity to highlight what you think we cannot assess from the other application materials. Ideal length is between 400-600 words.
Résumé or Curriculum Vitae (C.V.)
The résumé helps us get a complete picture of each applicant. Please elaborate on duties and responsibilities as well as leadership activities and time commitments outside of the classroom. Résumé is not limited to one page.
Letters of Recommendation
A minimum of two recommendations from someone who has supervised the applicant (professor, employer, adviser, volunteer coordinators, etc.) are required.
To submit recommendations, list the name and contact information for your recommenders in the online application. Those individuals will then receive an automatic e-mail, after you submit your online application.
Official undergraduate transcripts from all institutions attended are required.
Official transcripts from all institutions attended must be sent to:
1384 Union Rd
Bryan Hall 125
P.O. Box 117164
Gainesville, FL 32611
UF Undergraduates: you do NOT need to send copies of UF transcripts or those transcripts that are included in the UF transcript.
Official GRE/GMAT Test Scores for Graduate School Admission
We accept either GRE or GMAT test scores. We have no preference as to what test applicants choose to take. Test scores will be used as part of the holistic application review process.
GMAT: A GMAT score between 550 - 620 is considered good. The minimum required score is a 465. We do not consider the writing or integrated reasoning sections.
- Use code: J7Z-5J-64
- For more information on the GMAT, please visit Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT).
GRE: We consider a 302-308 (old scale: 1100-1200) a good score range; there is no UF mandated minimum GRE score. We do not consider the writing section.