Weekend Professional: One-Year
The UF MBA Weekend Professional One-Year format is one of the quickest ways you can earn your MBA. UF is one of a few select programs in the world offering such an option—one that is AACSB accredited and awards a diploma equivalent to on campus programs.
Program at a Glance
Total Cost: $49,204.80
- Deposit: $1,500.00 (non-refundable, applied towards tuition)
- Tuition: $48,000.00
- University Fees: $1,204.80
- Length: 12 months
- Begins: January
- On-Campus Visits: Approximately 1 weekend a month (Saturday & Sunday)
- Experiential Learning: One week (on-campus, international, online)
- Designed for: Those who meet the requirements of the eligibility checklist.
With your business background and a foundations review provided as part of orientation, you will be able to delve into higher-level MBA classes sooner in this accelerated program option. The Weekend Professional One-Year is 32 credits versus the 48 credits in our two-year programs. We recognize that you completed the core business courses during your undergraduate experience, and are therefore not requiring them to be repeated. The admissions team will evaluate your transcripts to ensure your eligibility, but we recommend you review our eligibility checklist to assess your candidacy.
If you have another graduate degree in business or a business minor, we recommend also reviewing the checklist. There is a possibility you have completed all the coursework necessary for this accelerated option.
- Average Age: 29
- Average Experience: 5 yrs
- Average GMAT: 556
- Average GRE: 308
- Average GPA: 3.38
MBA/OEM Concurrent Degree
Students who enroll in the MBA/OEM Concurrent Degree in the University of Florida’s Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering are able to obtain an engineering master’s degree in 20 months while working full-time and are then eligible to apply for the Online One-Year MBA format. Our innovative OEM/I1MBA concurrent degree option reduces the amount of time and coursework required for students to obtain both the MBA and the OEM degree from UF.