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.
Rather than taking into account and hedging for future income variations, as traditional models predict, households use their current income as a license to spend money, and this governs their investment decisions. That was a key finding of research by three members of the School’s finance faculty presented at the fifth annual Miami Behavioral Finance Conference.
In the wake of a market-wide crisis, such as the 9/11 terrorist attacks, trading by retail investors can move markets opposite to the trading by institutions. That is among the findings of a new study in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, from the School’s finance department.
Doctoral students from universities in the United States, Europe, Australia and other countries presented their research on timely accounting challenges at the 2014 Conference on Extending the Boundaries of International Accounting, held at the School in December.
The best among the School’s MBA classes of 2014 along with their favorite professors have been honored as part of an annual MBA awards program.
The School is expanding the programs it offers online with a new Master of Professional Accounting program. Designed for those with no prior accounting experience or coursework, the fully online program, which begins in May 2015, will center on the fundamental accounting and financial reporting skills used in business.
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.
The School will host the fourth in its series of premier health care impact conferences, an unparalleled opportunity for the exchange of ideas on new technology in health care, the business of health care and the impact of changes in access to health care on the business community.
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Facts and Stats
Admitted student mid-range SAT scores:
- 25th percentile: 1240
- 75th percentile: 1380