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Undergraduate Students

Student Resources

The University of Miami School of Business Administration provides undergraduate students with numerous opportunities to pursue a degree that builds on their strengths, curiosities, passions, and goals.

We advance their potential by providing a multitude of resources—from career counseling and honors programs to opportunities to study abroad.

Academic Advising

On-going communication and meetings with an advisor are recommended and provide students with the opportunity to discuss academic programs, career objectives, scholarship and internship possibilities, and other topics vital to overall academic development. Freshmen and transfer students are assigned an academic advisor who will offer guidance and recommendations for developing an undergraduate curriculum plan that results in the completion of an undergraduate degree.

Tutorial Assistance

Students are also offered many opportunities to receive free tutorial assistance. The Academic Resource Center provides a comprehensive assistance program for a wide variety of courses. Additional tutoring labs include: the Writing Center, Math Lab, and Computer Labs.


Clubs and Organizations

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Women in Business

Women in Business

Open to the entire university, Women in Business holds bi-monthly meetings, brings unique speakers, and places a priority on community service.

Entrepreneurship Club

Entrepreneurship Club

The Entrepreneurship club is open to all students interested in sharing ideas and exploring the world of business ownership. Local entrepreneurs serve as guest speakers and resources to the organization.

Financial Management Association

Financial Management Association

The Financial Management Association provides opportunities for professional interaction and promotes better understanding of basic and applied research and of sound financial practices to enhance the quality of education in finance.

Career Servicess

Getting Your Foot in the Door

Internships enable students to gain valuable work experience and grow their professional networks. They help students develop skills in leadership, communication, conflict negotiation and resolution, and time management, preparing them to hit the ground running upon graduation. Often internships lead to full-time employment. Hear more from Riva Trevedi, who interned part-time during the school year.

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Essential Tools and Resources

Special Programs

Undegraduate students at the School of Business can participate in numerous special programs than enhance the undergraduate business curriculum. These include:

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