With a new year comes a chance for new beginnings, but it’s never too early to start thinking about how you want to better yourself in 2017. If you see a career change or an opportunity to advance the career you already have in your future, get down to business with these local MBA programs. […]
With a new year comes a chance for new beginnings, but it’s never too early to start thinking about how you want to better yourself in 2017. If you see a career change or an opportunity to advance the career you already have in your future, get down to business with these local MBA programs.
Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College
Here you’ll find three MBA programs, each designed for students at varying levels of the business administration spectrum.
Early Advantage MBA: A full-time day program for recent college graduates as well those changing careers. The program can be completed within 16 to 20 months, and little to no work experience is required.
Professional MBA: A 20-month program for students with a wide range of educational and professional experience. Students can continue working and apply their new skills while earning their MBA. Evening classes make scheduling easy.
Executive MBA: An intense, comprehensive program for mid- to senior-level professionals who have 10 or more years of managerial experience. Students can graduate in 18 months depending on the chosen concentration path. This program begins in August and classes are held on Saturdays.
University of Central Florida
UCF offers four 39-credit MBA programs that are offered in a lock-step format. This means that students start and finish the program at the same time, creating a sense of community for students.
Evening MBA: Designed for working professionals looking to pursue an MBA at their own pace. Beginning in the fall, this part-time program includes evening and weekday classes at the UCF main campus.
Professional MBA (part-time): A 24-month program for emerging professionals where students can complete an MBA while maintaining their career path. Classes are held two evenings each week at the UCF Executive Development Center during summer terms and at regional campuses during select fall terms.
Professional MBA (full-time): A 12-month program for professionals from a variety of organizations and industries that allows them to expand their knowledge and their professional network. Daytime classes are held every Monday through Thursday at the UCF Executive Development Center.
Executive MBA: A 19-month program for mid- to senior-level professionals that includes an applicable curriculum and an international residency in a leadership-focused program. Classes are held in the fall on three Saturdays and one Friday each month at the downtown campus.