The University of Miami Herbert Business School's Professional MBA Program is designed to help busy professionals gain that competitive edge to meet the new demands of today's organizations. Created specifically with the hard-working professional in mind, the Professional MBA prepared students to join the ranks of those leading the business world of tomorrow without having to compromise their existing work schedule. Classes meet twice a week, on Monday evenings and Saturday mornings.
To obtain detailed program admission and curricula information please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at 305-284-2510 or visit our website.
- Completed application for admission submitted through BusinessCAS
- A $48 non-refundable application fee
- A baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution
- Official academic transcripts from all previously attended post-secondary institutions must be submitted directly to BusinessCAS.
- International applicants must have their educational credentials from institutions outside of the United States verified by an approved international credentialing evaluation service such as World Education Services to confirm degree equivalency and GPA calculation.
- Statement of purpose and short-essay responses to the career goal and program-related questions in BusinessCAS
- A current resume
- At least one letter of recommendation (up to three allowed) may be submitted through the BusinessCAS portal by including recommender contacts within the Program Materials section of the application.
- An official TOEFL or IELTS score 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 (iBT only)
- IELTS - 7.0 or above
If you do not yet have a TOEFL or IELTS score (international candidates only), you may complete and submit your application prior to taking the exam by indicating your approximate date within the Standardized Tests tab in the Academic History section. Select “Add Test Score” by the relevant test, then indicate that you have not yet taken the exam and add your estimated test date in the section provided.
We encourage candidates to upload unofficial transcripts and test scores (if required) with their BusinessCAS application in order to expedite the review of their file while official documents are processed.
Connect with Miami Herbert Business School’s graduate enrollment advisors at (305) 284-2510 or by email at email@example.com.
|ACC 607||Financial Accounting and Reporting||3|
|ACC 608||Managerial Accounting||3|
|BSL 695||Legal Implications in Executive Decision Making||3|
|BTE 621||Management of Digital Transformation||3|
|ECO 690||Essentials of Economic Theory||3|
|FIN 602||Fundamentals of Finance||3|
|MAS 610||Statistical Analysis for Managerial Decision Making||3|
|MAS 641||Operations Research Models in Management||3|
|MGT 600||Managing for Employee Engagement||3|
|MGT 653||Deriving Competitive Advantage through Operations||3|
|MGT 658||Innovative Business Strategies for Future Leaders||3|
|MKT 660||Foundations of Marketing Management||3|
|Additional Required Courses*|
|Total Credit Hours||42|
6 credits of electives (approximately 3 courses) are required. Elective offerings are based on class demand.
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 the ability to gain an awareness of and a 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.