The Evening MBA program allows students to apply advanced theoretical concepts and knowledge from all functional areas of business through an analytical, decision-making process that focuses on solving practical problems. Students in this program also learn to efficiently access, retrieve, and analyze information through technology.
The program 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.
The Evening MBA begins in the Spring 2022 and Fall 2022 terms with a ). Program highlights include:
- Evening course offerings to accommodate working professionals
- Choice of up to two elective options outside of the College of Business
- Part-time only enrollment (maximum of 6 credit hours per term)
Total Credit Hours Required: 39 Credit Hours Minimum beyond the Bachelor's Degree
The Evening MBA is targeted toward applicants who wish to obtain a MBA degree while continuing in their career path. This program offers evening courses. Students attend on a part-time basis only, taking 6 credit hours per term.
You must show at least two years of full-time professional work experience.
Prior to being considered for admission into the Evening MBA program, applicants are required to complete a free online assessment in each of the functional areas of accounting, economics, finance, and business statistics. A score of 70 percent or higher in each area will be required in order to enroll in the associated graduate classes if accepted into the program. Applicants who do not earn a 70 percent or higher in each section and are being accepted into the program will be required to complete the online modules associated with the below 70 percent score as a restriction to admission. Click on the link for detailed information regarding the assessments and enrolling in the on-line modules. MBA Online Modules
MBA Professional Core I: Decision-Making Tools
18 Total Credits
- Complete all of the following
- Complete the following:
- ACG6425 - Managerial Accounting Analysis (3)
- BUL5332 - Advanced Business Law Topics (3)
- ECO6115 - Economic Analysis of the Firm (3)
- ECO6416 - Applied Business Research Tools (3)
- MAN6245 - Organizational Behavior and Development (3)
- GEB6365 - International Business Analysis (3)
- Term Offerings: ACG 6425 - Managerial Accounting Analysis 3 Credit Hours (*Spring only) BUL 5332 - Advanced Business Law Topics 3 Credit Hours (Fall only) ECO 6115 - Economic Analysis of the Firm 3 Credit Hours (Spring only) ECO 6416 - Applied Business Research Tools 3 Credit Hours (Fall only) MAN 6245 - Organizational Behavior and Development 3 Credit Hours (Fall only) GEB 6365 - International Business Analysis 3 Credit Hours (Spring only) *Students who wish to sit for the CPA exam must substitute appropriate coursework for ACG 6425.
MBA Professional Core II: Decision Applications
12 Total Credits
- Complete all of the following
- Complete the following:
- FIN6406 - Strategic Financial Management (3)
- MAR6816 - Strategic Marketing Management (3)
- MAR6466 - Strategic Supply Chain and Operations Management (3)
- MAN6721 - Applied Strategy and Business Policy (3)
- Core I is a prerequisite for Core II courses. FIN 6406 and MAR 6816 must be completed prior to MAN 6721. MAR 6466 must be completed the semester after ECO 6416 is completed. Term Offerings: FIN 6406 - Strategic Financial Management 3 Credit Hours (Fall only) MAR 6816 - Strategic Marketing Management 3 Credit Hours (Fall only) MAR 6466 - Strategic Supply Chain and Operations Management 3 Credit Hours (Spring only) MAN 6721 - Applied Strategy and Business Policy 3 Credit Hours (grade of "B-" (2.75) or better is required) (Spring only)
9 Total Credits
- Earn at least 9 credits from the following types of courses: Electives may include approved 5000- and 6000-level courses from the College of Business or approved courses taken outside of the College of Business. At least one course must come from within the College of Business, and a maximum of two courses or six credit hours can be taken outside the College of Business with permission from the Graduate Business Programs Office and the department offering the course prior to taking the course. Check all elective course prerequisites in the graduate catalog at www.graduatecatalog.ucf.edu.
Grand Total Credits: 39
For information on general UCF graduate admissions requirements that apply to all prospective students, please visit the Admissions section of the Graduate Catalog. Applicants must apply online. All requested materials must be submitted by the established deadline.
THE APPLICATION AND ALL SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS (this includes all transcripts, essay, three letters of recommendation, resume, TOEFL or IELTS exam scores (if applicable) and international transcript evaluation (if applicable)) MUST BE RECEIVED AND UPDATED BY THE POSTED APPLICATION DEADLINE OF JULY 1, IN ORDER TO BE REVIEWED. Applications submitted after the deadline will be moved to the following fall semester. Supporting documents submitted after the deadline will cause an application to be considered incomplete by the deadline and denied as a result.
In addition to the general UCF graduate application requirements, applicants to this program must provide:
- One official transcript (in a sealed envelope) from each college/university attended.
- The GRE is not required for admission to this program.
- Three letters of recommendation. At least one recommendation must be from a current or previous supervisor. Additional letters should be from professional sources: supervisors, professors, colleagues. No personal recommendations will be accepted. Please use the online recommendation system that is part of the online application to submit this requirement.
- Prepare a goal statement that answers the following questions:
- Describe what motivated you either professionally or personally to pursue a master's degree.
- Describe the steps you took to select UCF and this program. Include how long you have been considering graduate school and how you learned about this program.
- Describe a specific academic experience or professional business skill you hope to acquire through the program and how you plan to use it going forward.
- Upload your current resume to your application before submitting. You must show at least two years of full-time professional work experience, detailing your duties and responsibilities, and include start/end dates of employment.
- A computer-based score of 233 (or 91 internet-based score) on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is required if an applicant is from a country where English is not the official language, or if an applicant's degree is not from an accredited U.S. institution, or if an applicant did not earn a degree in a country where English is the only official language or a university where English is the only official language of instruction. Although we prefer the TOEFL, we will accept IELTS scores of 7.0.
- Prior to being considered for admission into the Evening MBA program, applicants are required to complete a free online assessment in each of the functional areas of accounting, economics, finance, and business statistics. A score of 70 percent or higher in each area will be required in order to enroll in the associated graduate classes if accepted into the program. Applicants who do not earn a 70 percent or higher in each section and are being accepted into the program will be required to complete the online modules associated with the below 70 percent score as a restriction to admission. Click on the link for detailed information regarding the assessments and enrolling in the on-line modules. MBA Online Modules
- Applicants applying to this program who have attended a college/university outside the United States must provide a credential evaluation showing an equivalent bachelor's degree in the U.S. A course-by-course evaluation must be provided, with a GPA calculation. Credential evaluations are accepted from World Education Services (WES) or Josef Silny and Associates, Inc. only.
Graduate students may receive financial assistance through fellowships, assistantships, tuition support, or loans. For more information, see the College of Graduate Studies Funding website, which describes the types of financial assistance available at UCF and provides general guidance in planning your graduate finances. The Financial Information section of the Graduate Catalog is another key resource.
Fellowships are awarded based on academic merit to highly qualified students. They are paid to students through the Office of Student Financial Assistance, based on instructions provided by the College of Graduate Studies. Fellowships are given to support a student's graduate study and do not have a work obligation. For more information, see UCF Graduate Fellowships, which includes descriptions of university fellowships and what you should do to be considered for a fellowship.