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 U.S. Department of Education has awarded a grant of more than $1 million to the University of Miami to continue supporting its Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), housed at the School of Business Administration.The funding will be matched by the university, resulting in more than $2 million in total funding for programming.
The Consumer Neuroscience Symposium, hosted by the University of Miami’s School of Business in September, drew more than 90 scholars from diverse backgrounds, including economics, psychology, neuroscience, medicine, and finance.
Participants in The Miami Executive MBA for the Americas program gained insights into the challenges and benefits of doing business in Latin America from Mauricio Ortiz, vice president and general manager for the Americas at Boston Scientific, and John Price, managing director, Americas Market Intelligence.
The Financial Times has ranked the School’s Executive MBA program No. 17 among all U.S. stand-alone Executive MBA programs. The School’s program is the only Executive MBA program in Florida to make the list of the newspaper’s 2014 ranking of the world’s top 100 Executive MBA programs.
The School of Business has developed a new Executive MBA program designed primarily for professional artists and athletes. The Miami Executive MBA for Artists and Athletes, which begins in February 2015, will teach these accomplished individuals, many of whom have strong personal brands, how to leverage their current career success into business and social achievement.
Reconnect and network with accounting alumni, faculty, other accounting professionals, and friends of the UM School of Business Administration at the Four Seasons Hotel Miami while earning up to 6 CPE credits.
Whether you attend a lecture by our first-rate faculty, celebrate a reunion, or join in our alumni cookout, Alumni Weekend and Homecoming 2014 is a great time to reconnect with your alma mater and remember why "it’s great to be a Miami Hurricane!"
The UM MBA Management & Consulting Club invites you to a fireside chat with Jorge L. Benitez, former U.S. chief executive and senior managing director of North America, Accenture.
Nov 18 - Nov 20
Accelerating Ambition is UM's visionary course for the future to continue building the next great American university. Presented by Thomas J. LeBlanc, University of Miami Executive Vice President and Provost.
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Facts and Stats
Admitted student mid-range SAT scores:
- 25th percentile: 1240
- 75th percentile: 1380