Overview

The University of Miami Business School's Global OneMBA® program empowers students with the knowledge, insight, leadership skills, global understanding, and the support network to drive their career forward. The program delivers a truly global curriculum built and simultaneously delivered by all five partner schools. Students also benefit from global residencies on four continents. The five partner schools that make up the OneMBA® consortium are:

  • USA: Miami Business School, University of Miami
  • Brazil: FGV São Paulo School of Business Administration (FGV)
  • China: School of Management, Xiamen University (SMXMU)
  • Mexico: EGADE Business School of Tecnológico de Monterrey
  • The Netherlands: Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM)

Admission Requirements

The MBA Admissions Committee welcomes applications from individuals with a bachelor’s degree (or the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor’s degree) from an accredited institution. Acceptance is based upon an evaluation of all credentials presented by the applicant.

The following is a list of the required conditions as well as the required documents for your application for admission.

  • Completed application for admission submitted through BusinessCAS
  • A baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution
    • Official academic transcripts from all previously attended post-secondary institutions must be submitted directly to BusinessCAS.
    • Academic transcripts from institutions outside of the United States must be verified by an approved international credentialing evaluation service such as World Education Services to confirm degree equivalency and GPA calculation.
  • Current resume outlining your professional and academic achievements
  • Personal statement (up to 600 words) and a short-essay response to the program-related question in BusinessCAS
  • A letter of recommendation (up to three allowed). Recommender contact(s) may be submitted through the BusinessCAS portal within the Program Materials section of the application.
  • TOEFL or IELTS score report – A valid score (less than 2 years old) is required as proof of English proficiency for international applicants who did not receive a degree in the United States or a foreign country where English is the primary language. The following minimum score is required for admission to a graduate business degree program.
    • TOEFL - 94 or above
    • IELTS - 7.0 or above

We encourage candidates to upload unofficial transcripts and test scores with their BusinessCAS application in order to expedite the review of their file while official documents are processed.

QUESTIONS?

Connect with Miami Herbert Business School’s graduate enrollment advisors at (305) 284-2510 or by email at mba@miami.edu.

Curriculum Requirements

Required Courses
BUS 605Residential Session Abroad (Europe)4
BUS 624Asian/Pacific Business Environment- International Trip4
BUS 625Latin America Business Environment - International Trip4
BUS 636United States Business Environment - Domestic Trip4
BUS 650Introduction to the Miami Global EMBA program1
BUS 651Global Strategic Marketing4
BUS 652Global Strategy4
BUS 653Global Institutions and Economy2
BUS 654Corporate Financing and Investing4
BUS 657Optimizing Human Capital2
BUS 658Business Analytics2
BUS 660High Performance Leadership4
BUS 661Enhancing Global Operations4
BUS 663Entrepreneurship and Innovation2
Total Credit Hours45

Sample Plan of Study

Plan of Study Grid
Year One
FallCredit Hours
BUS 650 Introduction to the Miami Global EMBA program 1
BUS 625 Latin America Business Environment - International Trip 4
BUS 653 Global Institutions and Economy 2
BUS 660 High Performance Leadership 4
 Credit Hours11
Spring
BUS 654 Corporate Financing and Investing 4
BUS 636 United States Business Environment - Domestic Trip 4
BUS 651 Global Strategic Marketing 4
 Credit Hours12
Year Two
Fall
BUS 658 Business Analytics 2
BUS 624 Asian/Pacific Business Environment- International Trip 4
BUS 652 Global Strategy 4
BUS 663 Entrepreneurship and Innovation 2
 Credit Hours12
Spring
BUS 661 Enhancing Global Operations 4
BUS 605 Residential Session Abroad 4
BUS 657 Optimizing Human Capital 2
 Credit Hours10
 Total Credit Hours45

Mission

  • To develop innovative ideas and principled leaders that transform global business and society.

Student Learning Outcomes

  • The MBA students will demonstrate the ability to integrate business information and knowledge within the strategies and perspectives of an organization.
  • The MBA students will demonstrate the ability to understand and utilize the process of critical and analytical thinking in diverse business settings to solve problems and make decisions.
  • The MBA students will demonstrate sensitivity to issues in business decision-making from an ethical and social perspective (principled leaders).
  • The MBA students will demonstrate an understanding of business operations and decision-making in a global environment.