Student Experience

Full-Time MBA: One-Year - Business Majors


This 10-month program allows individuals who have graduated with a business degree within the past seven years to fast-track their MBA. The One-Year – Business Majors MBA offers a dual advantage: the rigor of a full-time MBA program with the convenience of condensed time frame.

Build your business credentials

Program Timeline

We accept coursework you completed during your undergraduate academic experience, allowing you to accelerate your MBA and still experience the same number of specialty options as our other full-time programs.

  • 10 months
  • 32 credits (includes 22 elective credits)
  • Undergraduate degree in business within the past seven years
  • Begins: June

Program Format

7-week modules with the following week consisting of final exams.

Students are expected to commit approximately 40 hours per week towards their MBA classes, school work, and various career and experiential activities that may be required. Typically, students take three to four total courses per module.

As a One-Year — Business Majors student, you will take courses tailored to your career goals and interests. Your classes will meet in state-of-the-art facilities and are taught by faculty members that challenge you to become a better student and business professional.

During the summer term, your small cohort will engage in an intensive series of courses that are critical for all MBA students. These courses will best prepare you for the elective courses you will select in the fall and spring semesters.

In the fall and spring semesters, you will join the rest of your graduating class Two-Year and One-Year students to complete 8 electives, the Career Accelerator Program course and the Strategic Management capstone course, to complete the 32 credits.

Equipped with the knowledge gained in these specialized courses, you’ll enter the fast-paced recruiting season ready to stand out from the crowd.

Computer Requirements

All UF students must own a computer that meets the minimum UF computing requirements included below. Warrington College of Business requires students to specifically own a notebook computer.

Orientation

Orientation is a required program that takes place prior to the start of Summer B classes. Orientation is a critical part of the MBA experience that introduces you to the key areas of our program that are vital to your success inside and outside the classroom. Foundations Review is a one week refresher of the core business courses taken during your undergraduate academic career, and includes: Finance, Accounting, Economics, Statistics, Operations Management and Excel. You will meet your classmates, teammates, faculty, advisors and staff. Additionally, you will learn about the culture and traditions that make UF MBA great!

  • We kick off with an informal breakfast and welcome from our staff, faculty and current students.
  • On Academic Day, we cover the curriculum, case study methodology, faculty expectations and training on our technology interfaces.
  • During Career Development Day, you will be introduced to our career development process, and hear from corporate partners on what they’re looking for from a UF MBA graduate.
  • The Challenge Course Day is everyone’s favorite. Cohorts really get to know each other while working together on the campus challenge course.
  • Networking events include a reception, activities hosted by our current UF MBA students and a panel discussion and luncheon with alumni.

Please plan to participate in Orientation activities during business hours each day and during the evenings of Monday and Friday. Spouses and partners are welcome to the networking event on Friday night.

Graduation

At the end of your program, you and your family will celebrate your accomplishment at a small, intimate graduation ceremony. UF MBA graduation ceremonies are just for UF MBA students. Ceremonies take place in the spring and winter and consist of only three or four cohorts—keeping it a personal experience you will enjoy with your family and classmates.