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MBA - University of Florida

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Course profile

The Two-year Traditional MBA Program provides the true MBA immersion experience. As a student in the Two-year program, you will have the opportunity to focus entirely on your MBA experience and obtain valuable professional knowledge while expanding your peer network and professional horizons.

In the key years of your professional life, you may decide it is not feasible to dedicate two years to an MBA program. The Option A program, which lasts only 12 months, is perfect for students who seek the benefits of a graduate business degree—while minimizing tuition costs and lost salary—and wish to resume their career as quickly as possible. This program is designed for students from all undergraduate backgrounds, and there are no business prerequisites required prior to enrollment.

Candidates who graduated with an undergraduate degree in Business within the past seven years are eligible for enrollment in our One-year Option B Traditional MBA Program. This unique, fast-track program allows you to accelerate your studies and earn an MBA in only 10 months. Option B begins each June and is tailored for students who want to build on an already extensive business background, both professionally and academically.

Course details

Classification: 
MBA
Level: 
Master

Primary Area of Study

Primary Area of Study: 
Business & Management, General
Delivery Mode: 
Full Time
Duration: 
22 Months (Two-Year MBA) / 12 Months (One-Year Option A) / 10 Months (One-Year Option B)
Language of Instruction: 
English
Course fee: 
USD$24,908 (Two-Year resident) / USD$59,695 (Two-Year non-resident) / USD$16,939 (One-Year resident) / USD$40,130 (One-Year non-resident)
Prerequisite: 
  • A four-year bachelor's degree from an accredited U.S. college or university or equivalent.
  • GMAT score.
  • At least two years of significant, full-time, post-baccalaureate work experience.
  • Two recommendations.
  • (For non-native English speaking applicants) a minimum TOEFL score of 600 for the paper version, 213 for the computer-based, and 80 for the Internet-based.
Application Deadline: 
November 01, 2013
(This course is closed for application.)