Concentrations

Full-Time MBA


The UF MBA Program offers flexibility in shaping your education for your chosen career and industry. Define your UF MBA experience by choosing from over 100 elective courses. Our career-focused curriculum is designed for you to take electives early in your academic career. This approach puts you in the driver’s seat when choosing your academic path. Our curriculum structure matches the hiring timeline, which makes you a more marketable job candidate early in the recruiting process. Choose to design your curriculum around one of our six market-driven concentrations:

Prepares students for careers in corporate finance, financial management, asset management, management of financial institutions and investment banking. Students in the Finance concentration must take five of the Finance Electives listed below:

  • ENT6416 Venture Finance
  • FIN6427 Measuring and Managing Value
  • FIN6429 Financial Decision Making
  • FIN6438 Study in Valuation
  • FIN6465 Financial Statement Analysis
  • FIN6496 Mergers & Acquisitions
  • FIN6528 Asset Allocation & Investment Strategies
  • FIN6537 Derivative Securities
  • FIN6545 Fixed Income Security Valuation
  • FIN6547 Interest Rate Risk Management
  • FIN6575 Emerging Markets Finance 1
  • FIN6638 International Finance
  • FIN6728 Capitalism & Regulation
  • FIN6930 Economics of Organizations & Markets
  • FIN6936 Special Topics in Investment Finance
  • REE6208 Secondary Mortgage Markets & Securitization

Designed for those students who are interested in Human Resources, Human Capital, or Talent Management, as well as in Leadership Development Programs. Students in the Human Capital concentration must take five of the Human Capital Electives list below:

  • ACG6935 Controllership
  • BUL6841 Employment Law
  • FIN6930 Economics of Organizations & Markets
  • MAN6331 Compensation in Organizations
  • MAN6366 Organizational Staffing
  • MAN6447 Art & Science of Negotiation
  • MAN6930 Leading Teams

Examines consumer behavior, marketing management and marketplace phenomenon to develop students for careers in marketing, brand management, public relations, sales, advertising and market research. Students in the Marketing concentration must take five of the Marketing Electives listed below:

  • MAR6157 International Marketing
  • MAR6237 Art & Science of Pricing
  • MAR6335 Building & Managing Brand Equity
  • MAR6508 Customer Analysis
  • MAR6722 Web Based Marketing
  • MAR6833 Product Development & Management
  • MAR6861 Customer Relationship Management
  • MAR6930 Decision Making

Develops and applies analytical methods to study managerial decisions/problems; prepares students for careers in corporate strategy, management consulting, corporate finance and related occupations. Students in the Strategy concentration must take five of the Strategy Electives listed below:

  • ACG6935 Controllership
  • ECO6409 Game Theory Applied to Business Decisions
  • ECP6708 Cases in Competitive Strategy
  • FIN6427 Measuring & Managing Value
  • FIN6496 Mergers & Acquisitions
  • FIN6930 Economics of Organizations & Markets
  • MAN6447 Art & Science of Negotiation
  • MAN6930 Leading Teams

Uses an interdisciplinary approach to develop an integrated perspective and prepare students for careers in operations, logistics and procurement. Students in the Supply Chain Management concentration must complete five graduate courses offered by the Information Systems and Operations Management Department:

  • ISM6128 Advanced Business Systems Design & Development 1
  • ISM6222 Business Telecom Strategy & Applications 1
  • ISM6485 Electronic Commerce and Logistics
  • MAN6511 Production Management Problems
  • MAN6528 Principles of Logistics/Transportation Systems
  • MAN6573 Purchasing & Materials Management
  • MAN6581 Project Management
  • QMB6756 Managerial Quantitative Analysis 2

Develops a comprehensive understanding of real estate market analysis, finance and valuation to prepare students for careers in commercial and residential real estate, asset management, portfolio management and private equity. Students in the Real Estate and Urban Analysis concentration must take five of the Real Estate Electives listed below:

  • BUL6516 Law of Real Estate Transactions
  • FIN6427 Measuring & Managing Value
  • FIN6465 Financial Statement Analysis
  • FIN6545 Fixed Income Security Valuation
  • REE6007 Fundamentals of Real Estate Development
  • REE6045 Introduction to Real Estate
  • REE6105 Real Estate Appraisal
  • REE6208 Secondary Mortgage Markets & Securitization
  • REE6315 Real Estate Market & Transaction Analysis
  • REE6395 Investment Property Analysis
  • REE6737 Real Estate Development