Master of Business Administration Graduate Student Handbook

Welcome!

Welcome to graduate school at the University of North Florida!  We trust that you will find your experience in the Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) Program at UNF both challenging and rewarding, and we look ahead to celebrating your successful completion of the program. 

 

In this Welcome statement, we provide you with a brief overview of some of the fundamental differences between undergraduate and graduate education.  We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the list below to ensure that you are prepared to meet the expectations of graduate students in the MBA Program.

 

Again, welcome and best of luck in your pursuit of advanced education!

 

~ Coggin College of Business Graduate Faculty

 

Faculty Contact Information

Name 

Position 

E-mail 

Phone Number

Cheryl Campbell

Graduate Coordinator

cheryl.campbell@unf.edu

(904) 620-1292

 

For a complete listing of departmental faculty and advisors, click here. 

   

In addition to this guide, you are advised to read the Graduate School Student Handbook as it provides general information applicable to ALL graduate students regardless of their programs of study.  While this handbook contains valuable information specifically related to graduate studies in Business Administration at UNF, the Graduate School Student Handbook addresses policies, procedures and resources related to graduate studies in general at UNF.  It is your responsibility to review the information both in this handbook and in the Graduate School Student Handbook as you will be held responsible for abiding by its content. 

1. Getting Started
  • 1.1 Overview & Accreditation
  • 1.2 Student Orientation
  • 1.3 Class Size & Format
  • 1.4 Academic Advising
  • 1.5 Graduate Student Responsibilities

  • 2. Degree Requirements
  • 2.1 Graduate Programs in Business Administration
  • 2.2 Master of Business Administration Program Description & Degree Requirements
  • 2.3 Global MBA Program Description & Degree Requirements
  • 2.4 Global Entreupreneurship Program Description & Degree Requirements
  • 2.5 Exit Exam
  • 2.6 Course Listings/Descriptions

  • 3. Financial Support
  • 3.1 Coggin College of Business Scholarship
  • 3.2 Graduate School Scholarship Opportunities
  • 3.3 In-state vs. Out-of-state Designations
  • 3.4 MBA Assistantships and Scholarships
  • 3.5 Student Loans

  • 4. Policies & Procedures
  • 4.1 Academic Integrity
  • 4.2 Good Academic Standing
  • 4.3 Probation/Suspension/Removal
  • 4.4 Graduate GPA
  • 4.5 Retaking Graduate Classes
  • 4.6 Registration
  • 4.7 Expiration of Courses
  • 4.8 Readmission of Inactive Students
  • 4.9 Applying for Graduation
  • 4.10 Advance Business Policy
  • 4.11 Business Etiquette & Ethics
  • 4.12 Class Attendance
  • 4.13 Graduate Workload
  • 4.14 Group Projects/Papers
  • 4.15 Quality of Work
  • 4.16 Residency Policy
  • 4.17 Self-Direction/Self-Motivation
  • 4.18 Transfer of Graduate Credits from another College or University
  • 4.19 Transient/Concurrent Enrollment
  • 4.20 Use of Directed Independent Study
  • 4.21 Use of Faculty-led Study Abroad Credits
  • 4.22 Use of Semester Abroad Credits

  • 5. Resources
  • 5.1 Career Services
  • 5.2 Forms
  • 5.3 Professional and Student Organizations