UF MBA Online

Being able to balance work, life and school commitments is critical for working professional students. UF MBA provides you the tools to be successful in all areas of your life while earning your MBA. You don’t have to be on campus every day to get a well-rounded, rich MBA experience


In 1999 the UF MBA Program was one of the first schools to offer a fully-accredited online degree. Now, UF MBA is regarded as one of the world’s best by Financial Times and U.S. News & World Report.

No.  5
U.S. Publics
US News & World Report, 2018 Best Online MBA Programs

Our Online MBA students come from all over the world and from a variety of organizations – Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, non-profits and more. To ensure quality interactions among students and professors, class size is limited to 65 students.

Similar to our other programs, a minimum of two years of full-time, professional work experience is required for our online options.

The degree earned at the completion of the program is a full Master of Business Administration, and is equivalent to any other MBA degree offered by the University of Florida MBA Programs.

Online or on campus, same MBA degree from a top ten university


100% Fully Online

This new and innovative 24-month option does not require a single campus visit. Each course takes only five weeks to complete and includes the same breaks as a traditional academic calendar. The course materials are developed by the same respected faculty that have helped UF MBA at Warrington College of Business rise to national prominence. We recommend this for students seeking maximum flexibility.

Online: Hybrid One-Year

The 16-month option is an accelerated program for those who have an undergraduate degree in business and graduated within the last seven years. Students enrolled in UF’s Outreach Engineering Management (OEM) program are also eligible for this option.

Online: Hybrid Two-Year

This 27-month option is open to any undergraduate degree major. We also recommend this program for those who earned their undergraduate degree in business more than seven years ago.