The UM School of Business offers two degrees: the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA). Admission to the undergraduate program at the School of Business is selective. Students may enter the program in one of three ways: freshman, external transfer or internal transfer from the University of Miami.
At the University of Miami, our centralized admissions process makes it easy for you to be admitted as a freshman from high school directly into the School of Business. Even if you aren’t sure which of the 12 majors you wish to pursue, you may be admitted as an undecided major and begin in the business curriculum in your first semester.
Our front-loaded business curriculum will provide a firm foundation in critical areas (accounting, finance, business law, and marketing) to help you to evaluate whether or not business is right for you. If not, it’s easy to transfer into the College of Arts and Sciences or one of the other 10 schools or colleges at the university. If you decide to pursue a business degree, this critical knowledge will be invaluable to help you determine your major(s).
You will find a lively community of student scholars, distinguished faculty and state-of-the art facilities that work seamlessly to provide a world class education, an energetic campus life and boundless career and educational opportunities.
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The researchers analyzed data on more than 15,000 young adult men and women across five categories of drinkers: heavy, moderate, light, infrequent, former drinkers, and lifetime abstainers.
The School has teamed up with the University’s Miller School of Medicine and the de Beaumont Foundation to establish a unique certificate program aimed at training public health professionals in business fundamentals and skills.
Building a career in finance takes more than math skills. Getting ahead also requires emotional intelligence, an ability to work in teams and a passion for financial work.
People who are tall and normal-weight take greater financial risks and are more likely to hold stocks than shorter, overweight or obese individuals, says a new study by the School’s Department of Finance.
The result of November’s U.S. presidential and congressional elections will determine which stock market investors are likely to make mistakes and which are likely to make wiser decisions according to a study from the School’s Department of Finance.
Join us in celebrating 75 years of Jewish life at the University of Miami! Dress as your favorite Jewish person from history, or today, and get ready for dancing, drinks, and prizes!
The School of Business Administration Invites You to Attend Dean's Reunion Reception & Third Annual Cookout!
The University of Miami School of Business Administration will be hosting an on-campus information session.
Join us for a half-day on-campus information session at the School. Sit in on an MBA class and talk one-on-one with current MBA students about their experience.
Dec 07 - Dec 09
The School of Business Administration will host its 7th Behavioral Finance Conference December 7 – 9.