Your MBA experience should be life changing, and you shouldn’t make compromises when selecting among full-time MBA programs.
At UF MBA, we know that this decision is one of the most important choices you will make in your academic and professional life. If you’ve committed to taking time out of your successful career to enter a full-time MBA program, you owe it to yourself to apply to the UF MBA.
This 10-month format allows individuals who have graduated with a business degree within the past seven years to fast track their MBA.
Receive a rich and comprehensive academic experience
The UF MBA Program offers a progressive curriculum and delivers cutting-edge concepts in areas of greatest demand from employers. Through electives, concentrations and certificates, the UF MBA provides an unmatched educational experience.
Our curriculum is designed with the help of industry leaders, our esteemed faculty and our network of recruiters. Our seven concentrations are focused and highly customizable to your career goals. By focusing our efforts in these academic areas, we are able to provide our students a rich and comprehensive academic experience in the fields where our world-class faculty has the greatest expertise. Academic advising is an integral part of your UF MBA experience, as the process helps you identify the knowledge and skills that will give you the strongest value proposition to future employers.
Study in an intimate and collaborative environment
The UF MBA community is a highly personal network of students, faculty and staff focused on one key objective: training the next generation of elite business managers. We have committed to keeping our program small in order to deliver a customized, personal experience. We’ll help you chose from three full-time formats that give you the flexibility to design an educational experience tailored to your timeline and career goals.
Learn from premier faculty
Our world-famous faculty members deliver a career-focused curriculum that positions you to make an immediate impact. You will be able to apply what you learn in the early stages of the curriculum to conversations with future employers, internships and experiential learning objectives.