Program Options

The Master of International Business allows you to gain a global experience through the internationally-focused curriculum, study abroad & diverse perspectives of student body and faculty. The program is a one year master’s designed for business majors or minors with little or no work experience.

  • Traditional Option
  • Combination Bachelor’s/Master’s Option
  • Concurrent Degree (Master’s/Master’s) Option
  • Nontraditional Ph.D. (Ph.D./Master’s) Option

All options are available on campus and online.


Traditional Master’s Degree

For students completing bachelor’s degree before program start. The Traditional Option allows business majors or minors to specialize their business education with a Master of International Business.

  • Full and part-time options
  • Earn degree in one year (30 credits)

Combination Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree

For current UF undergraduate business students only. The combination Master of International Business option allows students to begin graduate coursework while still an undergraduate, helping them stand out among their peers and be more competitive in the job market after graduation while saving time and money.

  • Double count credits between bachelor and master degrees
  • Save time & money

Concurrent Degree Program (Master's & Master's)

  • For UF graduate students who wish to pursue two master’s degree programs at the same time.
  • Students may share a total of nine credits between both graduate degrees.
  • Admission is separate for each degree program. Applicants applying to both the MIB and another degree program simultaneously, should refer to each department’s admission requirements.

Nontraditional Doctoral / Master's Degree Program (Ph.D. & Master's)

  • For UF doctoral students who wish to earn a master’s outside of their doctoral department at the same time.
  • Students may share a total of nine credits between both graduate degrees.
  • Admission is separate for each degree program. Applicants applying to both the MIB and another degree program simultaneously, should refer to each department’s admission requirements.