Financing My UF MBA
Post-9/11 GI Bill
Whether supplementing your education as you transition to civilian life or enriching your business knowledge while remaining in the military, UF MBA provides all the tools necessary to become prepared for today's business climate. And with the Post-9/11 GI Bill and UF MBA's commitment to accommodating our servicemen and servicewomen even with their military obligations, there is no better time than now to pursue one of the most desired business degrees available.
Quality Assurance Officer, US Navy and Executive MBA Class of 2008
Fees and Position Lock
If you are deployed for service during your pursuit of a UF MBA, your fees will remain locked to the rate when you first enrolled, and a seat in a current UF MBA class will be available upon your return.
Frequent Program Starts
UF MBA's nine initiatives have 13 program start dates, including three that begin in the summer. No need to wait for the fall and spring semesters to begin your journey toward an MBA.
Set Program Lengths
UF MBA provides firm timetables so military personnel know exactly how long it will take for them to achieve the MBA of their choosing. This is vital for those who have a specific time frame to attain a degree.
The Traditional MBA Program meets during the week while classes for the Working Professional Programs are weekend-intensive. This flexibility allows military personnel to devote ample time to their studies and their loved ones.