Full-Time MBA: Two-Year
All amounts are based on current estimates of fees, tuition, and expenses. These amounts are expected to increase each year. A non-refundable Professional Development Fee is required upon admission.
|Professional Development Fee||$1,000||$1,000|
|1st Year Tuition & Fees (28 credits)||$14,859||$35,151|
|2nd Year Tuition & Fees (20 credits)||$10,614||$25,108|
|Total Program Tuition & Fees*||26,473||$61,260|
*All costs are estimates using rates for the 2015-16 academic year. Check the University Bursar’s page for more details and a fee calculator.
Student laptop computers must meet or exceed the hardware and software computer requirements as set by the Warrington College of Business. Cost estimates assume the purchase of a new computer, which will vary according to vendor and final purchase specifications as selected by the student.
- Significant professional work experience
- Academic performance (Superior GMAT score and GPA)
- Proven leadership
- Notable accomplishments
All candidates are considered for scholarship opportunities during the admission process. No additional application is necessary.
Career Accelerator Fund
The UF MBA Career Accelerator Program helps current students capitalize on development activities that add value to the MBA experience. The program is customizable and includes a number of experiential learning opportunities including innovative academic coursework and co-curricular experiences.
In order to facilitate participation in activities that are most valuable to you, the UF MBA Program has established the Career Accelerator Fund. This fund will be used to participate in one national career fair and will provide up to $500 of discretionary resources to participate in activities such as case competitions, company visits, additional career fairs, assessments, career development programs, practical industry skills training, global immersion trips, “A Day in the Life” corporate residency program, Critical Issues in Business Speaker Series and Integrated Technology Venture consulting projects.
Students pursuing an MBA at the University of Florida may apply for financial aid even before they are admitted into their program–however, the determination and processing of loans will not occur until admitted. The Office for Student Financial Affairs is the department responsible for determining eligibility and the processing of any financial aid. Two dedicated financial aid coordinators within Hough Hall are available to assist prospective and current MBA students. Additional information regarding financial aid for graduate students can be found on the SFA website.
Federal student loans are the primary source of funding for MBA students. Students must either be a U.S. Citizen or Resident Alien in order to be eligible for federal student loans. Students who wish to be considered for a federal student loan must complete the Free Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application.
Upon notice of admission, you can check the status of your financial aid online through ONE.UF.
Keep your address updated with the Registrar’s Office. All correspondences, and checks, are mailed to addresses on file with the Registrar’s office.