Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and designed for working professionals, UCF's Evening MBA is perfect for those who like to work at their own pace.
The UCF Evening MBA is a part-time program providing the flexibility to continue a career while attending weekday evening MBA classes on UCF’s main campus.
This 13-course program includes three electives, providing the option to focus on a particular business function area. The program is considered part-time, with a maximum of six credits per semester. The Evening MBA promotes the use of networking, leadership and interpersonal competencies to develop and sustain effective relationships with peers and to create an appreciation for the value of a diverse workforce.
Evening MBA classes are held on the main campus and are offered Monday through Thursday, from 6 p.m. to 8:50 p.m.
Who Should Apply
The Evening MBA offers a part-time schedule starting each fall. The program is designed for junior to mid-level professionals who wish to pursue an accredited, best-value MBA at their own pace while continuing their career.
- July 1, 2021
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Strategic Marketing Management
Develop the functional marketing expertise and analytical skills needed to formulate effective marketing strategies with respect to product, pricing, promotion and distribution.
Management Accounting Analysis
Formulate company analysis, planning, control and decision-making through the application of accounting data.
Applied Strategy and Business Policy
Apply the theories, analytical skills and practical know-how gained throughout the program during this capstone course focused on strategic management.
My UCF MBA helped build the foundation for starting my own company. While earning my MBA, I directed almost every class and group project towards opening a brewery.
Evening MBA, Skills You'll Learn
- Identify strategic, tactical and operational problems and develop solutions
- Apply the theory and analytical techniques associated with financial decisions to risk analysis, capital budgeting and financial management
- Understand and apply quantitative data analysis methods to draw conclusions and make better-informed business decisions
- Operations Manager
- Project Manager
- Project Engineer
- Director of Operations
- Marketing Manager
- Director of Marketing
- Sales Manager
- Finance Manager
- Director of Finance
- Account Executive
The Evening MBA is taught at the UCF main campus each fall. Students with a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution with a minimum 3.0 GPA and a minimum of two years of professional work experience are welcome to apply. All qualified candidates for the Evening MBA will be required to take four online assessments in accounting, economics, finance and business statistics.
Along with UCF’s general graduate admissions requirements, applicants will need to submit the following:
- Official sealed transcripts from each university/college attended
- Goal statement
- Three letters of recommendation