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Florida State College of Business Part-Time MBA Program Structure

The FSU Evening part-time MBA program at the university’s College of Business is a 39-credit program that is designed to be completed over the course of seven separate semesters. The program features the same coursework as the school’s full-time MBA offering. However, the part-time variation requires 27 credits of core course work, in contrast with the 30 credits needed for the full-time degree.

Curriculum

The 27-credits of core courses consist of the following courses:

• Financial Reporting and Managerial Control
• The Legal & Ethical Environment of Business
• Problems in Financial Management
• Information & Technology Management
• Marketing Strategy in the Global Environment
• Organizational Behavior
• Operations Management
• Business Conditions Analysis
• Strategy and Business Policy

Students can specialize in the following subjects, which requires nine credits of coursework: accounting; business analytics (online or on-campus); finance; human resources; real estate (online or on-campus); supply chain management; management information systems (online); and risk management and insurance (online). In total, part-time FSU MBA students will need to complete 12 credits worth of electives.

Part-Time MBA Rankings

• U.S. News & World Report: 57 (tie)

Class Profile

Currently, 113 students are enrolled in the FSU College of Business part-time MBA program. Of which, 63.7 percent are male students, 36.3 percent are female students, and 26.5 percent are of U.S. minority status.

The average age of new entrants is 30-years old, the undergraduate GPA mean is 3.24, the average GMAT score is 561, and the average amount of previous professional work experience is 7.6 years.

Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

The total cost of tuition and fees for the Florida State part-time MBA program for in-state residents is $18,693.48, while out-of-state students pay $43,318.08. Per credit, this breaks down to $479.32 in-state, and $1,110.72 out-of-state. These figures do not include expenses for materials, food, or on-campus living. State government employees may also be able to waive upwards of six credits worth of tuition and fees for classes taken on the FSU campus.

Master’s students seeking a business degree enrolled in no less six credit hours are eligible for college-wide scholarships. In addition, single departments, such as the Department of Accounting and the Department of Marketing, also offer scholarships to select students. More information can be found here on specific scholarships.

Admissions

In order to apply to the FSU College of Business part-time MBA program, applicants must submit the following:

• A completed application form
• Transcripts
• An online Florida residency form
• GMAT/GRE scores (waiver available for select students)
• A current resume
• Two letters of recommendation
• $30 application fee
• English speaking proficiency test scores (required for international applicants)

Application deadlines are as follows:

Summer Entry – May 1

Fall Entry – June 1

Spring Entry – October 1

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