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University of Central Florida College of Business Administration Full Time MBA

The One Year Full-Time MBA is a 12-month program focused on non-business students who wish to obtain an MBA and gain professional work experience at the same time. Students take classes in a cohort group and can choose from a variety of internship and elective options. All students must complete the foundation core (four classes) before beginning the MBA program in the fall. The MBA core courses are 39 credit hours; the class schedule is designed to take one elective or internship in the spring and summer terms. Electives are offered mostly in the evenings.

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The One Year Full-Time MBA is a 12-month program focused on non-business students who wish to obtain an MBA and gain professional work experience at the same time. Students take classes in a cohort group and can choose from a variety of internship and elective options.

All students must complete the foundation core (four classes) before beginning the MBA program in the fall. The MBA core courses are 39 credit hours; the class schedule is designed to take one elective or internship in the spring and summer terms. Electives are offered mostly in the evenings.

Specializations Offered: General Management
Degrees Awarded: MBA, Full Time.

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Round 1
April

15

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August

18

Start

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