Want your MBA?
Join us for a monthly information session on how to pursue an MBA degree at UNF. These sessions are hosted monthly in the Coggin College of Business. (All are welcome)
See the University Calendar for the date, time, and location of the next session. Or you may contact:
Cheryl CampbellDirector of Student Services UNF Coggin College of Business Building 42 | room 2010 (904) 620-2575
Admission to all graduate business programs with the exception of the GlobalMBA & Global EntrepreneurshipMBA is based upon the undergraduate grade point average (GPA) and GMAT or GRE score. Students holding an earned doctor of philosophy or doctor of medicine are exempt from the GMAT requirement.
Application for US Citizens
A completed application clearly marked "MBA" or "MAcc" - download the Graduate Application and more detailed information from the Graduate School. Please note that the GlobalMBA application is distinct and cannot be completed online. You must download the application, fill it out and return it to the Admissions office. Please don't forget the residency affidavit on the back of the application.
Completed International Student Application - In-depth information & all required application forms available from Office of Admissions.
Application for GlobalMBA Students
See the GlobalMBA programs for in-depth information specifically for these graduate programs and their application process.
See the Graduate School for Application Deadlines.
Review of applications for the GlobalMBA and Global EntrepreneurshipMBA begin January 1 of each year. Applications will be accepted until the cohort is full. Historically, the cohort is selected by March 1. Visit the GlobalMBA and Global EntrepreneurshipMBA pages for more information.
Applicants without a successful GMAT score may be admitted to take undergraduate foundation courses as a post-baccalaureate student.These are prerequisites for the advanced (6000 level) MBA courses. Please be advised that only one of the four prerequisite courses is an undergraduate course not requiring graduate standing. All foundation requirements must be satisfied prior to registration in any advanced (6000 level) course. It is strongly recommended that students without a good working knowledge of spreadsheets and word processing, self-elect an undergraduate course covering this material.Applicants holding a recent business degree from an AACSB accredited institution probably have satisfied the foundation requirements providing that all coursework was completed with a grade of “C” or better. To be registered in any graduate course (5000 or 6000 level) in the Coggin College of Business a student must be fully admitted as a graduate student. Certain undergraduate courses may be substituted for the graduate equivalent, but approval must be obtained in advance from the director of the graduate program.
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