UCF’s Master of Science in Management (MSM)/Integrated Business Track provides a high quality, hands-on business education exclusively for recent non-business graduates that will help them identify and deploy skills they have gained as undergraduates and transition into their professional careers.
|Aug. 2019||30 credit-hours||~$12,000||12 months||Main Campus|
Early Application Deadline: Apr. 1, 2019
Final Application Deadline: Jul. 1, 2019
The MSM Integrated Business Track program emphasizes development of applied business skills through a team-based, active learning approach and creates well-rounded multi-disciplinarians who will thrive in environments that require them to take on multiple roles and responsibilities for their employers. Located on the UCF Main Campus, the MSM Integrated Business Track program is a 12-month, daytime program with a 30 credit hour curriculum and classes and co-curricular activities that require a commitment Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Get Prepared for Your Career
The MSM Integrated Business Track offers a variety of resources as a part of the UCF College of Business:
-Career Coach consultations
-Job skills assessment
-Full-time job placement assistance
The program will have a limited class size and cohort format with students starting and ending the program together. The cohort format provides a culture of networking, collaboration and teamwork.
Innovative Teaching Style
IB classes have no lectures. Through a flipped classroom format, students encounter material online in short readings, videos, or exercises prior to coming to class. In class, they break into teams and work on assignments that get them actively engaged with the material. They learn through doing. The instructor acts as a consultant, coach, and mentor, rather than a talking head at the front of the room.
Who Should Apply
The MSM Integrated Business Track program is designed for recent non-business graduates. The minimum requirement for this program is a bachelor’s degree with a 3.0 GPA from an accredited institution.