The UCF Professional Full-Time MBA (PMBA FT), accredited by AASCB International, is designed to prepare professionals for the challenges they will face as they advance in their careers, teaching them skills across all functional areas of business with an emphasis on practical application.
|Fall 2018||39 credit-hours||$39,000||9 to 12 months.||UCF Downtown|
Early Application Deadline: April 1, 2018
Final Application Deadline: July 1, 2018
The UCF Full-Time PMBA is a cohort-based, limited enrollment program that allows professionals from a variety of organizations and industries to come together and challenge their intellect, enhance their capabilities and broaden their perspectives while growing their professional network.
The program’s innovative curriculum equips program participants with the analytical tools, latest business techniques and effective problem-solving and decision-making skills needed to succeed in today’s competitive marketplace. The UCF Full-Time PMBA seamlessly integrates the students’ professional experience allowing them to immediately apply newly-acquired skills and knowledge to their job. The PMBA faculty share their expertise and provide insights on real-world business issues use consultative teaching approaches combining lecture, case studies, discussion forums and presentations to maximize learning.
Bloomberg Financial Markets Lab
In-depth financial markets research and analysis is incorporated into the UCF PMBA curriculum through the use of its state-of-the-art Bloomberg Financial Markets Lab. Students access real-time financial markets data, news and analytics through the Bloomberg Professional service (Bloomberg terminals). Use of the Bloomberg Financial Markets Lab is available to the student while enrolled in the PMBA program. Students are also able to capitalize on the use of the Bloomberg Professional service by completing Bloomberg’s self-administered Bloomberg Essentials Online Training Program and earn an Acknowledgement of Completion (previously Bloomberg Certification).
All classes for the UCF Full-Time PMBA are held at the UCF Executive Development Center in downtown Orlando. Classes will be taught over 16 weeks in fall and spring terms, and 12 weeks in the summer term. Classes in fall and spring meet:
Monday 8:00am-12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.-5:00 pm
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Classes in summer meet Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Who Should Apply
The Full-Time PMBA is a daytime program offered each fall term and can be completed in 9 to 12 months. This fast-paced program is designed for:
- Individuals with an earned graduate degree;
- Students currently enrolled in a graduate program; or
- Highly motivated individuals with a bachelors and at least 1 year of professional work experience with a letter of support from an employer.
*The Full-Time PMBA is designed to allow students with completed graduate coursework to transfer up to 9 credit hours toward their MBA electives, allowing them to complete the program in as little as 9 months. All transfer coursework is approved on a course-by-course basis. Students in this program complete 15 hours of required coursework in the fall term, 15 hours of required coursework in the spring term, and 9 hours of elective coursework in the summer.
The UCF MBA offers foundation core on-line modules in accounting, economics, finance, and business statistics. These modules are offered to help students build the foundational knowledge needed to succeed in the UCF MBA.
Students with a non-business undergraduate degree are required to take each of the four free ‘Initial Assessments’ in accounting, economics, finance and business statistics. See instructions below for detailed information regarding the assessments and enrolling in the on-line modules.
The UCF Full-Time PMBA is a market-rate program with an investment of $39,000 which includes 39 credit hours, parking, laptop, financial calculator, use of Bloomberg Financial Markets Lab, graduate and orientation events, and lifetime membership to Alumni Association.
*Approved transfer coursework will reduce the total tuition based on the number of credit hours transferred.