Traditional MBA

Dual Degrees

Dual Degree programs are designed for students who want to enroll in both the MBA Program and an additional professional, graduate, or doctoral program. These joint and combined degree programs share class credits, meaning the credits are counted towards both degree programs, and typically will extend your duration of study by one year. Students must be admitted by each program in order to qualify and starting times are flexible.

Joint Degree Programs

In Joint Degree programs, MBA students combine their MBA degree with a degree program in one of the professional schools. Generally 12 credits are shared between the two programs.

Common Concurrent Degree Programs

A concurrent degree is formed when an MBA student pairs their MBA program of study with another graduate degree program within the University of Florida Graduate School. Typically, eight credits are shared between programs.

MBA/MGM-Thunderbird

The UF MBA Program is very proud of its partnership with Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale, Arizona, a world-renowned program in International Management. Students will earn two degrees, an MBA from UF and a MGM from Thunderbird, by completing your core courses and one semester of elective courses (for a total of three semesters) at UF and then moving to Arizona to complete two to three semesters (depending on language fluency) at Thunderbird. Students must be accepted into each program separately. UF MBA students typically apply to Thunderbird during their first term at UF.

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Kara Kravetz Cupoli
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352.273.3251  |  Email (kara.cupoli at warrington.ufl.edu)

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Associate Director of Admissions
352.273.1144  |  Email (sarah.carlson at warrington.ufl.edu)

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