The UM School of Business offers two degrees: the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA). Admission to the undergraduate program at the School of Business is selective. Students may enter the program in one of three ways: freshman, external transfer or internal transfer from the University of Miami.
At the University of Miami, our centralized admissions process makes it easy for you to be admitted as a freshman from high school directly into the School of Business. Even if you aren’t sure which of the 12 majors you wish to pursue, you may be admitted as an undecided major and begin in the business curriculum in your first semester.
Our front-loaded business curriculum will provide a firm foundation in critical areas (accounting, finance, business law, and marketing) to help you to evaluate whether or not business is right for you. If not, it’s easy to transfer into the College of Arts and Sciences or one of the other 10 schools or colleges at the university. If you decide to pursue a business degree, this critical knowledge will be invaluable to help you determine your major(s).
You will find a lively community of student scholars, distinguished faculty and state-of-the art facilities that work seamlessly to provide a world class education, an energetic campus life and boundless career and educational opportunities.
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The School of Business has received a $500,000 gift from longtime New York Yankees All-Star Alex Rodriguez.
For the sixth year in a row, South Florida, national and international industry experts converged in Miami for a meeting of the minds at the University of Miami Real Estate Impact Conference.
Students enrolled in the School’s Miami Executive MBA en Español program recently had the opportunity to learn from, speak with—and express their gratitude for—a former head of state, Colombian Senator Álvaro Uribe.
Political commentator Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC’s “Hardball,” discussed the mistakes he made in not predicting Donald Trump’s presidential win, his views on what leadership truly requires – in and out of politics – and more at the School of Business Cobb Leadership Lecture Series Feb. 1.
The laundry list of possible side effects that typically accompanies advertisements for prescription drugs makes consumers less concerned about a drug’s possible harm according to a new study from the School’s Department of Marketing.
Alumni are invited to join us for an exciting evening at Libby's Cafe.
The University of Miami School of Business Administration will be hosting an on-campus information session.
Feb 28 - Mar 30
If you have questions email UMBIZPLAN@miami.edu or call 305-284-2510.
As a new presidential administration and new members of congress take their places in Washington, the University of Miami School of Business will bring together hundreds of professionals to examine “The Business of Health Care Post-Election."