University of South Florida to Offer an Online MBA

New MBA program provides flexibility for working professionals

The University of South Florida's Muma College of Business (USF) has announced plans to launch a new MBA program.

The new MBA will be flexible so that working professionals can fit it into their schedules. Those who pursue the program on a full-time basis will need at least four semesters to complete the MBA; part-time students can finish in three years.

Students can start in either the spring or fall semesters. The fall semester begins in August and the spring semester begins in January. The first semester of the program will include a mandatory, three-day, on-campus orientation.

The new Online MBA will offer concentrations in Cybersecurity, Data Analytics, and Compliance, Risk and Anti-Money Laundering. It will also include a practicum option where students will be able to explore business issues in a real-world environment.

USF's Mama College of Business is AACSB-accredited. 

With the new program, the school is jumping into a very competitive space: a number of other Florida-based business schools, such as the University of Florida, Florida International University, and Florida State University offer various Online MBA programs.

For more information, please see USF's Online MBA program webpage.


Image: "USF water tower with the Marshall Student Center behind it" by FightingRaven531 / CC BY-SA 3.0 (cropped)

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