The MBA and other masters programs at the University of Miami School of Business prepare students for leadership in today's rapidly changing, global economy. In order to compete and succeed in the 21st century, business leaders must not only be able to adapt to change, they must drive change. At the UM School of Business, we not only prepare students for careers in management and leadership positions, we produce creative thinkers, strong communicators, and the best negotiators.
Global Location, Global Learning
Our unique location, centered in of one of the most dynamic areas of international business growth in the Western Hemisphere, contributes significantly to learning about global business management. Students learn alongside classmates from richly diverse cultural and academic backgrounds and from world-class faculty renowned for scholarly research and involvement in the international business community.
The Citi Reverse Mentoring Program kicked off its second year pairing select School of Business students with senior executives from Citi’s Latin American regional office, giving students the chance to share their perspective on social media and digital technologies.
A Columbia Business Law Review article penned by two School of Business professors helped the Sixth Circuit court decide a securities fraud case involving Omnicare, the nation’s largest provider of pharmaceutical care to elderly patients.
One of the most powerful leaders of the 21st century, Ret. Admiral James G. Stavridis, the former Supreme Allied Commander at NATO, says building bridges, not walls, is the key to a secure world. The Admiral was invited to the University of Miami to deliver this year’s Cobb Leadership Lecture.
Jorge L. Benitez, former Accenture chief executive of the United States and senior managing director of North America, believes "soft skills" are essential for success in a management consulting career.
The University of Miami’s Model United Nations team, which includes two business majors, received the Outstanding Small Delegation award after competing in the University of Pennsylvania Model United Nation’s Conference (UPMUNC) held in Philadelphia in November.
Take advantage of a unique opportunity to meet School of Business Dean Eugene Anderson and to hear about the School’s recent accomplishments and network with fellow alumni.
The UM School of Business Administration offers one-year master’s programs in accounting (full-time and accelerated), business analytics, economics, finance, international business, leadership, and taxation. Classes begin fall 2015.
Dec 14 - Dec 16
The School welcomes expert researchers from around the world in all areas of behavioral finance and economics at the fifth annual Behavioral Finance Conference.
The Fall 2014 undergraduate and graduate degree ceremony will take place on Thursday, December 18 at 10:00 a.m. at the BankUnited Center on the Coral Gables campus.
If you’ve got a great product or business and need an investment to propel you forward, the University of Miami is providing you the opportunity to meet the casting team of Shark Tank, the critically acclaimed, business-themed show.
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Facts and Stats
Admitted student mid-range SAT scores:
- 25th percentile: 1240
- 75th percentile: 1380