The doctoral program at the University of Miami School of Business Administration links world-class faculty with accomplished PhD candidates to prepare them for careers in academic research and teaching. The PhD in Business and PhD in Economics programs, combine interdisciplinary study and research with one-on-one mentoring from faculty experts in your area of interest.
The School’s MBA program has been ranked as the No. 10 U.S. MBA program for Latin Americans by América Economía magazine. The 2013 rankings, published in the May issue of the magazine, also place the School No. 22 internationally among all of the schools ranked.
Gozump Inc., a Miami start-up company, has two of the School’s MBA students on its management team and is one of four finalists in a contest to identify the nation’s most veteran-friendly small business.
Companies located in more economically troubled states provide a greater opportunity for investors than companies in other states according to new research from the School’s Department of Finance.
Nearly 400 undergraduate and 180 graduate students from the School of Business joined more than 3,000 newly minted graduates at the University of Miami’s spring 2013 commencement exercises, May 9-10, at the BankUnited Center.
John Fanning, founding chairman and CEO of Napster, explored lessons from his experience starting the fastest growing company in Internet history with School of Business entrepreneurship students.
Learn about the University of Miami's Executive MBA program in Puerto Rico at a special information session.
Learn about the University of Miami's Global Executive MBA program in a special information session in Mexico City, Mexico.
Learn about the University of Miami's Global Executive MBA program in a special information session in Guadalajara, Mexico
Learn about the University of Miami's Global Executive MBA program in a special information session in Bogota, Colombia.
Learn about the University of Miami's Global Executive MBA program in a special information session in Medellin, Colombia.
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