UF MBA Engineering Partnership

For outstanding University of Florida engineers

Every year, the UF MBA program reserves a limited number of spaces in the program for outstanding undergraduate and graduate students from the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering. This partnership allows the MBA program to offer an accelerated admissions process and special consideration for scholarships, including full scholarship opportunities.

Candidates must meet the following requirements:

  • Complete an undergraduate degree from the UF College of Engineering prior to starting the MBA program
  • Achieve an undergraduate GPA of 3.4 or higher
  • Earn a 680+ GMAT score
  • Complete professional work experience via internships and/or co-op programs (12 months or more of professional experience highly recommended)

Candidates who meet these requirements are eligible to apply to the Full-Time Two-Year MBA Program [1]. The program is composed of 48 credit hours (28 credits in year one and 20 credits in year two) and a summer internship opportunity.

Space is limited for this program, and interested applicants are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

For more information, email Andy Lord (andrew.lord at warrington.ufl.edu), Senior Director of Admissions, or start your application now.

Partnership Program Questions

Jeff Danso
Assistant Director of Admissions
352.273.3251  |  Email (jeff.danso at warrington.ufl.edu)

Ben Smith
Traditional Two-Year,
Class of 2014
The Engineering Partnership at UF has provided me with a first-class business education that has enabled me to accelerate and broaden an otherwise focused career path in engineering. I have developed many relevant skills that will make me a better leader and decision maker in my industry.

[1] Consideration for the 12-month MBA program will be given to current graduate students.


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BRY 100
PO Box 117150
Gainesville, FL 32611-7150
Phone: 352.392.2397
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