In light of possible continued testing difficulties amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the UF Graduate School temporarily adjusted the GMAT and GRE testing policy. Through Fall of 2021, a GMAT or GRE score is waived for applicants to one of Warrington’s Specialized Master’s programs. Please contact the program administrators for updated application requirements and to check space availability.
Learn to be your own boss from anywhere in the world
The Thomas S. Johnson Master of Science in Entrepreneurship Online options require zero campus visits for students. This master’s degree is open to any undergraduate major. Students learn to grow their entrepreneurial mindset and how to be their own boss. While the program was designed to be completed within one year, some of our working professional students choose to extend their experience an additional year in order to accommodate their busy lives.
The Master of Science in Entrepreneurship Program, a departure from typical graduate business programs, awakens the entrepreneurial spirit. This 32-credit, one-year intensive program equips promising entrepreneurs with the skills and savvy to plan, launch and sustain innovative ventures on their terms. Students are exposed to cutting edge entrepreneurial theory, which they apply immediately by consulting for small businesses, commercializing UF technology, and creating their own businesses.
Program at a Glance
Program Cost: In-state: $16,982 | Out-of-State: $38,724
(Additional university fees may apply. Prices subject to change.)
Application Deadline: Domestic: July 1 | International: May 15 | Combined: July 15
Current UF students admitted to the combination option can begin graduate coursework while still an undergraduate, with the approval of their undergraduate department. Students can apply a maximum of 12 credits of graduate coursework to both their undergraduate and graduate degrees.
For the online format, we do not accept students who are participating in the UF Employee Education Program (EEP). The Warrington College of Business has the ability to limit the number of online specialized masters students participating in the EEP due to its distance education format. In response to high levels of demand, EEP applications to these programs are not currently being accepted.