One-Year MBA Program

The One-Year MBA program at the University of Miami Business School is an innovative, flexible, and career focused option for those looking add a valuable dimension to their education. Open to those who have already earned an undergraduate degree in business from an accredited university (degrees obtained outside the U.S. will be reviewed case-by-case), the program is a 35-credit, cohort, program completed in one year. 

The University of Miami is a CFA-affiliated school and the curriculum helps
prepare students to pursue the CFA and CFP designations, Bloomberg
certification, and securities licenses.

By the Numbers



The program is completed in 12 months with classes in the spring and fall.



The One-Year MBA is a 35-credit cohort program.



The program is composed of 20 courses, seven of which are electives.

Schedule and Curriculum


The 25-credit One-Year MBA program is completed in one year with no summer classes. The two-semester, 28-week program is “lock-step,” and students progress together through a sequential pattern of 20 courses – including seven electives. Each semester has two seven-week terms, and students take between four and six courses each term (courses may be one-credit or two-credit). Students with less than one year of work experience are required to complete a summer internship.

More information on the schedule and curriculum
Application Information

Take the Next Step

The Graduate Admissions Committee welcomes applications from individuals whose undergraduate degrees in business are from accredited colleges or universities.

Learn more about applying for the One-Year MBA

Clubs and Organizations

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The mission of the Entrepreneurship Club is to support UM MBA students on their entrepreneurship journey through education, networking and fraternity.

Women MBA

Women MBA

The Women MBA Club provides a forum for women with a strong professional drive to discuss the various aspects of navigating in a highly competitive business environment.

Finance and Investment Banking

Finance and Investment Banking

The Finance and Investment Banking Club guides members in determining different career possibilities in the financial and technology industries.

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