University of Miami Business School
The first official iteration of the Miami Business School was founded in 1929 as the University of Miami School of Business Administration. In 1948, the school began offering its first MBA program and earned AACSB-accreditation less than ten years later. In the early 1970s, the school introduced its Executive MBA program, which was followed soon thereafter by the introduction of the Professional MBA and Executive MBA in Health Sector Management and Policy programs.
The School of Business firmly established a central base on the University of Miami campus in 1980 with the opening of the School of Business Administration Complex. In the decades to come, the school introduced a Ph.D. program, the Mentor Program, the FIRST Step Program for Undergraduates, the Miami Executive MBA en Español, and Accelerated MBA in Real Estate program, the Miami Global Executive MBA for the Americas, and several other specialized Master’s program. In 2018, the school was officially renamed as the University of Miami Business School.
• Bloomberg: 62 (U.S.); 74 (Global)
• Forbes: 55
The Miami Business School rests in the heart of the University of Miami, in the southern section of the city on the edge of the Mahi Waterway. The school is located less then 10 miles south of the Miami International Airport.
The School of Business Administration Complex at the Miami Business School houses the George W. Jenkins Building and the William and Elsa Stubblefield Classroom Building. The Stubblefield Classroom Building features classrooms, faculty offices, conference rooms, and other administrative areas, while the Sanford L. Ziff Graduate Career Services Center and the Alma Jennings Foundation/Carlos and Rosa de la Cruz Study Center are housed on the first floor of the Jenkins Building.
Faculty at the Miami Business School teach in nine different departments and represent 30 different countries.
The most recent Miami Business School MBA full-time MBA class featured around 60 percent male students and 40 percent female students. Most enrolled students earned an undergraduate degree in business (34 percent), engineering (19 percent), and humanities/social sciences (17 percent).
MBA Degree Offerings
The Miami Business School offers a traditional full-time MBA, an accelerated seven month MBA, and a specialized Accelerated MBA in Real Estate, in addition to several different Executive MBAs, a part-time Professional MBA, and an Online MBA. The school also has several dual degree options, including a BArch/MBA, MD/MBA, JD/MBA, JD/LLM/MBA, and a Ph.D./MBA.
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