Why Florida State University?
Florida State University recruits applicants for its online Master of Business Administration degree program. This very large public research university in Tallahassee, Florida, administers the program through its College of Business.
Applicants should demonstrate completion of general knowledge of economics, finance, accounting, statistics, calculus, and management principles. Preparatory courses in accounting are recommended for those without this background. A GRE or GMAT is required unless you have a prior graduate degree, substantial management experience, or a prior business degree. Applicants are assessed on a holistic basis. No minimum GPA is required for admission, but academic potential and prior achievement will be considered as part of the admissions process.
|Florida State University
|Name of Degree
|Master of Business Administration
|School or Department Administering Program
|College of Business
|Cost per credit
|Tuition for Entire Program
|GRE or GMAT required unless you have a prior graduate degree, have substantial management experience, or a prior business degree
|Prerequisite Courses and Skills
|general knowledge of economics, finance, accounting, statistics, calculus and management principles
|Campus Visit Required?
|Typical Time to Complete
|When Can Students Start the Program?
|Fall, Spring, Summer
|Does the Program Include a Capstone?
|Does the program include a practicum or internship?
|Other Features that Make the Program Unique
|student experience designed to be accessible to military members; distinctive concentrations in risk management and insurance and real estate
|This degree requires 39 credits of coursework. Students do not complete a capstone course or other culminating experience. There are no formal requirements for an internship or practicum. Most students complete the program within 7 semesters. 5 concentration areas are offered: real estate, healthcare management, management information systems, marketing, risk management and insurance.
What will I Learn?
Students begin the program by studying foundational topics in courses such as Financial Reporting and Managerial Control, The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business and Problems in Financial Management. The compulsory curriculum also covers Information and Technology Management, Marketing Strategy in the Global Environment, and Organizational Behavior. The curriculum also includes Operations Management, Business Conditions Analysis, and Strategy and Business Policy.
Students take three courses in their concentration area, and one elective course outside of their concentration. Available concentrations are Real Estate, Healthcare Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing and Risk Management and Insurance.
How much will the program cost?
The program costs $810.00 per credit, and 39 credits are required. The total cost of the degree is just under $32,000.00 for the entire degree. Most students take 7 semesters to finish their studies.
How does the program fit into my life?
Most courses do not require scheduled online classes, otherwise known as synchronous classes. Instead, most courses are taught using asynchronous learning, in which students complete online activities, which may include watching video lectures, on their oStudents do not need to visit the campus in-person at any point during the program unless they wish. Offering three starts per year, in Fall, Spring, and Summer, this program allows you to begin your studies at your convenience.
Students complete the program within 7 semesters. The program is designed to be completed on a part-time basis. Most students work full-time during their studies.
The student experience at Florida State University is designed to be flexible and accessible to students working in a variety of job situations, and the program is especially appropriate for current or former military service members. This prestigious state university offers a wide range of elective courses within a research-intensive academic department. Applicants will also be attracted by the opportunity to participate in concentrations shaped by the Florida economy, including real estate and risk management and insurance.