The UCF Evening MBA is accredited by the AACSB and designed to accommodate the working professional who wishes to seek an accredited MBA at their own pace. The UCF Evening MBA is a part-time program providing the flexibility to continue a career while attending weekday evening MBA classes on UCF’s main campus.

Contact Kelley Dietrich, Director of Graduate Admissions


Starts Credits Cost Term Location
Fall 2020 39 credit-hours tuition & fees 7 Sessions (min.) UCF Main Campus


Application Deadline: Extended to August 1, 2021

Program Overview

The UCF Evening MBA is a 39-credit hour program with 13 courses including three electives selected by the student, offering the ability to focus on a particular business function area. This program is considered part-time, with a maximum of six credits per semester.

Program Schedule

The UCF Evening MBA classes are held on the main campus and are offered Monday through Thursday, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The schedule for students admitted to the program Fall 2020 and later is below. (For students admitted prior to Fall 2019, please refer to your respective Catalog year for your schedule).

  • Fall: BUL 5332 and MAN 6245
  • Spring: ECO 6115 and ACG 6425
  • Summer: elective
  • Fall: ECO 6416 and elective
  • Spring: GEB 6365 and MAR 6466
  • Summer: No Classes
  • Fall: MAR 6816 and FIN 6406
  • Spring: MAN 6721 and elective

Any variance from this course schedule may delay graduation. For more information regarding admission requirements, go to UCF Graduate Admissions.

Foundation Requirements

All applicants are required to take four online UCF MBA foundation assessments prior to starting the program. The assessments include accounting, economics, finance and business statistics. See instructions below for detailed information regarding the assessments and enrolling in the online modules.

Evening MBA Online Modules


Evening MBA Assessments & Modules
The UCF Evening MBA Tuition and fees are charged per semester or term for main campus, regional campus and continuing education courses. Tuition is assessed on a per credit hour basis. View tuition rates.