Program at a Glance
- College of Business
Learn the Language of Business
The Integrated Business track in the Master of Science in Management program provides you with a wide range of skills that are applicable across industries and organizations — whether you work for a large or small, for-profit or nonprofit. Here, you’ll get an introduction to critical, in-demand business processes and develop the hands-on knowledge that top employers are looking for.
Throughout your coursework, explore topics such as data analysis, human resources management, project management, and sales. Additionally, learn from our renowned faculty who bring years of experience to the classroom about imperative business skills such as conflict resolution, negotiation, ethics, data-driven decision making, teamwork, and oral presentation. Your professors will serve as facilitators, consultants, coaches and mentors. This active-learning approach will help you become a well-rounded multi-disciplinarian who thrives in environments that require you to take on multiple roles and responsibilities.
This is a full-time, lock-step, one-year program offered on the main campus. Due to the program’s limited class size, you’ll have the same cohort throughout your studies. This cohort format also provides a culture of networking, collaboration and teamwork that goes far beyond the classroom. Upon graduation, you’ll have a greater understanding of business and the strong financial, analytic and communication skills that it takes to succeed. Apply your learned experiences to your current job or start your path in a new career.
Be Career Ready:
- Internship program
- Full-time job placement assistance
- Career coach consultations
- Fall Priority
- January 15
- July 1
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Business Foundations and Career Development
Provides an introduction to the essential functions of modern business management. Students identify personal interests, knowledge, skills, and abilities and connect them to career opportunities.
Organizational Behavior and Development
The analysis of human behavior in organizations in terms of the individual, small group, intergroup relationships, and the total organization.
Conflict Resolution and Negotiation
Theory and processes of negotiation in a variety of settings, with relevance to the broad spectrum of negotiation faced by managers.
Sales and Marketing Strategies
Marketing strategy including analytical and conceptual tools. Introduction to digital marketing and the sales process. Conceptualization of integrated marketing and sales plans.
Management Skills You'll Learn
- Explore the links between business disciplines and functions
- Identify, evaluate and recommend modern technological solutions for contemporary business problems.
- Recognize a business problem, gather data needed to analyze it, select the appropriate analytical tool, perform the analysis, and use the results to recommend an action or solution.
- Determine the most competitive strategy to meet the goals of an organization.
- Measure the flow of funds to and from a company and transaction flow within the company, determine the impact of such flows on profitability, and use this information to make effective decisions.
- Business Analyst
- Management Consulting
- Customer Service/Customer Relations
- General Management
- Project Management
The master’s in management, integrated business track at UCF is designed for recent non-business graduates. The minimum requirement for this program is a bachelor’s degree with a 3.0 GPA from an accredited institution. The program accepts applications throughout the year; however, cohorts begin each fall.
To apply, submit the general graduate admissions requirements, as well as the following items by the deadline:
- A bachelor’s degree in a non-business discipline from an accredited institution.
- Official transcripts
- Goal statement that covers required questions
- Updated resume