(Please note: some courses may need prerequisites. See
Program Advisor for complete details.)
Bachelor of Science in Public Administration
This degree is the most accepted undergraduate degree for professional employment in general public administration and is highly desired for special applications such as police, fire and planning. The coursework is designed to provide the student with an understanding and working application of principles essential to the effective management of all public agencies.
Bachelor of Science in Administration
The Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Administration is designed to prepare the student with the administrative and leadership skills needed in all organizations - private, public, or non-profit - in order to successfully fulfill their missions and achieve their goals. The program of study provides students with a broad knowledge of contemporary organizational principles and practices, while allowing for individualized emphasis in areas such as Informational Technology, Human Resource Development, Health Service Administration, Public Administration, Legal Studies, or general Administration.
Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies - Human Resources Specialization
The Bachelor of Professional Studies (BPS) degree program is designed for students who choose to pursue a professionally-oriented program of study. The degree is flexible in its design and thereby responds to diverse student needs and interests. The Human Resources Specialization is of special interest to students employed in the area of human resources and training. The course offerings in this area are designed to assist individuals to further their understanding of the planning, design, management, and evolution of personnel and training programs in organizations of all kinds.
Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies - Health Services Administration Specialization
The Bachelor of Professional Studies, Specialization in Health Services Administration is designed to provide a broad view of today’s health care systems and to prepare graduates for entry and middle management positions in such areas as hospitals, medical or dental clinics, group medical practices, managed care organizations, long-term care facilities, insurance companies, home health agencies, and government agencies. The curriculum emphasizes management skills for use in any health care setting. This degree is an excellent career pathway for persons licensed in clinical health and medical care professions but lacking an undergraduate degree.
Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science
The Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science prepares the graduate for a wide variety of health/sport-related paths which include fitness and wellness programs (careers include health and fitness instructor, strength and conditioning specialist, exercise leader, health and fitness program director), Clinical programs (careers include exercise specialist, exercise test technologist, program director), Exercise physiology research, and sports training programs (careers include strength and conditioning coach and sport performance research.
Bachelor of Science in Sport Management
This program is for those who aspire to manage, promote, and market professional and collegiate athletic organizations or resort establishments, own a sport-related business, or operate recreational programs in municipalities or leisure/tourism settings. The program integrates academic study with internship opportunities with professional and collegiate sport franchises, recreational programs, and leisure/tourist businesses.
Master of Clinical Medical Science - Physician Assistant
Physician Assistants are highly qualified health care providers who have been prepared, through a demanding academic and clinical curriculum, to provide health care services under physician supervision. Physician assistants are board certified and licensed health care professionals who gather and evaluate medical data and participate in the process of clinical decision making, diagnosis, and therapeutic management. All candidates who successfully complete the program will be awarded both the Master of Clinical Medical Science degree and the Physician Assistant Certificate.
Master of Science in Exercise Science
This specialization within Barry's graduate program in Movement Science prepares graduates for career opportunities in fitness and wellness, with emphasis on developing professional practices in clinical settings and on exercise physiology research. The Exercise Science graduate program curriculum offers advanced coursework as well as extensive opportunities for research and clinical practice. The program articulates seamlessly with the Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, also offered by Barry University at the University Partnership Center.
Master of Science in Sport Management
The Master of Science (MS) Degree in Sport Management combines both theory and practice to prepare the graduate for opportunities in management in a variety of sport, recreation, and health promotion areas (e.g., arena and dome management; amateur and professional sports; high school and college athletics; resort and tourism industries; parks and recreational centers; fitness and wellness centers; etc.). The program articulates seamlessly with the Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Management, also offered by Barry University at the UPC.
Master of Public Administration (MPA)
This degree program is designed as a professional development program
for adult learners with a focus on the administration of public,
non-profit, and other organizations which serve a public purpose.
The MPA is generally considered the terminal professional degree
for practitioners in public service. The curriculum is designed to
address the critical administrative competencies in this evolving
environment through skills development in the context of a theoretical
foundation. The degree program also incorporates adult learner principles
and strategies. The program places an emphasis on developing critical
administrative competencies via course content which contains theory,
application, and practice throughout the curriculum. Also, in addition
to developing a core body of administrative knowledge and skills,
the degree program will provide an effective grounding in applied
public policy, policy analysis, and program evaluation. (30 credit hours)
Master of Science in Health Services Administration
The Master of Science in Health Services Administration program (M.S./H.S.A.) has been designed
to meet the societal need for professionals in the healthcare industry to serve in a variety of leadership
roles for organizations that provide health services. The program prepares students to critically evaluate
and apply theory and research in all specialty areas of healthcare and administration into their daily
professional work. Graduates are taught to become informed, responsible, and ethical leaders in the community.
The M.S./H.S.A. program offers a flexible schedule to meet the needs of working professionals,
as well as full time students. The average length of the program is approximately two years.
Master of science in Health Services Administration/Master in Public Health — Dual Degree
The Master of Science in Health Services Administration and Master of Public Health dual degree program
(M.S./H.S.A.-M.P.H.) is a seven (7) semester graduate education program offered through the College of Health
Sciences, Division of Graduate Clinical Sciences & Health Management Programs.
The M.S./H.S.A.-M.P.H. dual master's degree curriculum is structured to include coursework
in a number of health disciplines. A foundation in Public Health and Health Services Administration
collectively offers diverse career opportunities in federal, state, private, and not-fo-profit healthcare
environments. The M.S./H.S.A.-M.P.H. dual degree program will prepare students for positions in program
and services development, research, leadership, management, and administration.
Master of Arts in Administration (MAA)
This degree program is designed with a focus on both the art and science for
effectively leading and managing modern organizations. The program addresses
the development of competencies in administration, leadership, applied research,
managing change and projects, interpersonal relations, teamwork, and information
technology which contribute to workplace success in all organizations -
public, private, and not-for-profit. There is an emphasis on both theoretical
course content and its practical application throughout the curriculum. (30 credit hours)
Dr. of Philosophy in Leadership and Education Specialization in Higher Education Administration
The PhD in Leadership and Education with a specialization in Higher Education Administration is diversified in scope and can prepare a student for teaching and administrative positions in community colleges, four year colleges and universities, or a career path in industry. The cohort model for this program encourages peer support and networking within the educational community. The doctoral program is taught in face-to-face and blended formats at the EPI Center in an accelerated format with 54 credits. During the coursework, a student attends a Dissertation Seminar which provides guidance in preparing a dissertation proposal. The curriculum includes courses in Leadership in Education, Higher Education Administration, Organizational Change, and the foundations of Research.
Doctor of Nursing Practice
The DNP is the practice doctorate (formerly known as the ND) at the Bolton School, providing its graduates with the highest education and qualification standards in their fields. Instead of focusing primarily on research and teaching, DNP graduates use their education and expertise in leaderships roles on the front lines of the nursing profession.
Master of Science in Nursing
The MSN program is based on the principles of population health and is designed to prepare graduates with advanced knowledge, competencies, and skills in the nursing care of populations. Students may select from the following tracks available, according to their interests and professional goals.
- Population Health: Specialized Populations
The specialized population track allows students to select a population of interest with approval of the faculty. Students in this track follow the program described under the MSN degree. The track enables nurses to practice with populations across care settings.
- Population Health: Clinical Nurse Leader
The Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) track is designed to meet the Ten Assumptions listed below developed by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN, 2004). This track prepares nurses to be leaders in the health care delivery system across all settings in which health care is delivered. Courses prepare students to design, implement, and evaluate client care by coordinating, delegating, and supervising direct care provided by the health care team. Ten Assumptions for Preparing Clinical Nurse Leaders (AACN, 2004)
• Practice is at the Microsystems level.
• Client care outcomes are the measure of quality practice.
• Practice guidelines are based on evidence.
• Client-centered practice is intra- and inter-disciplinary.
• Information will maximize self-care and client decision-making.
• Nursing assessment is the basis for theory and knowledge development.
• Good fiscal stewardship is a condition of quality care.
• Social justice is an essential nursing value.
• Communication technology will facilitate the continuity and comprehensiveness of care.
• The CNL must assume guardianship for the nursing profession.
*Note: The CNL role is not one of administration, but rather a provider and manager of care to individuals or cohorts within a unit or health care setting.
- Population Health: Nursing Education
The nursing education track provides nurses in the MSN program with the opportunity to acquire the skills needed for the teaching and clinical supervision of nursing students. Graduates of this program are prepared to teach and clinically supervise nursing students in the care of specifically identified populations or cognate area. For example graduate students may study the health care needs of medical surgical clients as their cognate area and then apply the principles learned in the education track to the instruction of student nurses delivering care to this group of clients. Graduate students will take the core courses in the master’s program as well as specialized courses focusing on nursing education: curriculum design and development, instructional design, faculty and student roles, and the evaluation and supervision of nursing student nurses.
- Population Health: Forensic Nursing
The Master of Science in Forensic Nursing offered by Cleveland State University through the University Partnership Center is structured so that students will receive the core courses in the MSN: Specialized Population major. Forensic nurses provide care to victims/perpetrators of trauma and/or death due to criminal acts or traumatic events. In this program students will acquire the in-depth knowledge and skill that interfaces nursing with the law, forensic science, law enforcement, mental health, and the health care and judicial systems. This program allows the student to gain a strong foundation in population health as well as theory and research. In addition students will be required to take courses specifically related to the population of victims/perpetrators of crime, violence or traumatic events.
Bachelor of Arts in American Studies
American Studies is a broad, interdisciplinary major in American Civilization that focuses upon American experience and identity, past and present, using the methods and approaches of a variety of academic disciplines, as well as the cultural perspective of American Studies. The distinctive interdisciplinary approach of American Studies promotes well-rounded intellectual development, as well as valuable career skills in research, writing, critical thinking and analysis. Five majors are offered:
- Media Communications
- Political Science
Bachelor of Arts in Business Management
Eckerd College's Program for Experienced Learners (PEL) is designed to fit the lifestyle and support
the objectives of adult learners. Eckerd College is a nationally recognized liberal arts college. The
Eckerd Business Management program is designed to prepare students for business careers in the community.
Bachelor of Arts in Humanities
Humanities is an interdisciplinary major allowing each student to work with the PEL Coordinator of Humanities to design a 10-course program using the methodology of one core discipline and supplementing from complimentary disciplines.
Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts
The Visual Arts major is designed for students of high motivation, independence, and promise. Students work with their advisors and discipline faculty to create a personalized program to meet their professional, personal, and artistic goals. Theoretical and studio courses prepare students for their Senior Thesis show, which provides the experience of a professional art exhibition.
Bachelor of Science in Technical Management
The Bachelor of Science in Technical Management (BSTM) is a business-based program designed for the student who has acquired some technical expertise and desires to move into a managerial or supervisory position. This degree program works especially well if the student has spent time in the military or corporate world and now wants to apply technical expertise toward a four-year degree.
Bachelor of Science in Professional Aeronautics
The Professional Aeronautics degree program is designed specifically for students who work, have worked, or desire to work in aviation-related fields. For students with existing aviation-related knowledge and skills, the program recognizes those skills through award of advanced-standing prior-learning credit. The curriculum then builds upon those skills. The program also provides a path for those students new to aviation to acquire these skills through aviation-related courses. Embry-Riddle's program will prepare students for further career growth and increased responsibility by combining their previous aviation experience with ERAU's well-respected courses in aeronautical science, management, computer science, economics, communications, humanities, social sciences, mathematics and physical.
Master of Aeronautical Science
Embry-Riddle's Master of Aeronautical Science (MAS) is a broad-based, flexible degree that gives the aviation professional a rigorous individualized curriculum based upon the "man-machine-system-solution" concept. This background will endow the student with the requisite knowledge and skills necessary to advance in the aviation/aerospace industry. In-career professionals like flight crew members, air traffic control personnel, flight operations specialists, industry technical representatives, aviation educators, and other aviation/aerospace professionals can enhance their knowledge and careers with Embry-Riddle's MAS degree.
Master of Science in Management
MSM graduates are leaders in their organizations, handling day-to-day planning, managing employees and directing important projects. With a greater emphasis on operations than a traditional MBA, the MSM from Embry-Riddle provides the practical knowledge that will help the graduate move ahead. As part of the course requirements for the MSM candidates choose from one of five areas of specialization:
- Air Transportation Management
- Aviation/Aerospace Industrial Management
- Aviation Enterprises in the Global Environment
- General Management
- Management of Integrated Logistic
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice program provides an
extensive overview of the criminal justice system including law
enforcement, corrections, the judiciary, juvenile justice, probation and
parole, and international justice. The program builds upon a solid
liberal arts core to achieve a balanced criminal justice perspective,
which includes an emphasis on the victim, the offender, the criminal
justice system, and society. The program's objective is to develop a
sound educational foundation for graduate work or professional practice
at the bachelor's level. Students are provided a set of core courses and
experiences to orient them to the broader criminal justice system.
Thereafter, they have the opportunity to specialize in law enforcement,
corrections, legal studies, forensics, juvenile justice, international
justice, or manager.
Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies
The program of study leading to a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Legal
Studies prepares graduates for career advancement in legal assisting,
paralegal, and other law-related professions. The American Bar
Association defines a paralegal or legal assistant as "a person
qualified by education, training, or experience who is employed or
retained by a lawyer, law office, corporation, governmental agency, or
other entity, and who performs specifically delegated substantive legal
work for which a lawyer is responsible." The program is designed to
provide in-depth understanding of the legal system as it relates to the
law, the courts, clients, and lawyers. The curriculum encompasses both
generalist and specialist courses as recommended by the American Bar
Association. The core curriculum provides a solid foundation of legal,
ethical, technical, and communication skills.
Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
The Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences is an interdisciplinary
program designed to provide career advancement opportunities for
entry-level health profession practitioners, as well as individuals who
seek careers in health care relevant to this degree such as health
services administration, health professions education, gerontology, and
recreation therapy. The program also is recommended for students who are
interested in a health profession that requires a master of science at
the entry level, such as Physical therapy.
Master of Science in Health Sciences
The interdisciplinary Master of Science in Health Sciences program is
designed to provide advanced opportunities for baccalaureate graduates.
Graduates are prepared to serve as health care leaders in advanced
professional roles within the diverse current and dynamic health
services delivery system. In addition, graduates acquire skills and
expertise in planning, developing, and implementing innovative and
quality health care services.
Master of Public Administration
The Master of Public Administration (MPA) program is an
interdisciplinary, professional degree program that prepares students
for administrative positions in the public and not-for-profit sectors.
It is designed for students who have significant in-service experience
as well as for students who have little or no prior work experience in
public or not-for-profit organizations. The MPA core curriculum provides
theoretical background and practical application in the study of public
policy, organizations, personnel administration, budgeting, research
methods, data analysis, and program planning and evaluation.
Professional Master of Business Administration, Acquisition &
Contract Management Concentration
The Professional Master of Business Administration program provides graduates with the skills needed to be adaptable performers in current positions and the competencies needed for long-term career development. The concentration in Acquisition and Contract Management is designed to provide current, extensive, and
relevant knowledge of contract management principles and policies. The
program prepares students for careers in contract management positions
in the corporate world and government agencies.
Professional Master of Business Administration, Human Resources Management
This degree program is designed for individuals working in or desiring
to work in Human Resources Management. Emphasis is placed upon the
applied qualitative aspects of managing employees in contemporary work
settings. The undergraduate degree need not be in business
administration, however, individuals without adequate academic
undergraduate preparation will be required to complete prerequisite
foundation courses toward this degree program. Students who are
graduates from other fields are encouraged to apply.
Master of Science in Logistics
Florida Tech's Master of Science in Logistics Management models its
curriculum against that of SOLE, The International Society of Logistics.
The faculty presents a life-cycle picture of logistics reducing costs
and improving efficiencies from the inception of new products to the
retirement and disposal of old ones. At the end of the program students
will be able to apply fundamental elements of logistics support to
system design, new processes, commercial physical distribution and
retail support, effectively lowering costs while meeting overall
Master of Science in
The MS in Management with a concentration in Transportation Management
is designed to provide graduates with skills such as quality control and
customer support services for transporting goods and people safely and
effectively. The program of study can be completed in as little as two
years if the student attends part-time. Graduates of this program often
work as distribution managers; industrial traffic and transportation
managers and analysts; distribution, logistics and planning, budgeting
and control; freight traffic and performance management analysts.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Florida State University offers a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. The goal of the prorgam is to provide students with the fundamental knowledge and problem-solving skills in Computer Science required for a fulfilling career and to create and disseminate knowledge to improve computer science research, education, and practice
Bachelor of Science in Visual Disabilities
The program in Visual Impairment at Florida State University prepares three types of professionals to work with individuals who are blind or who have low vision. These three types are (1)teachers to work with children with visual impairments, (2)rehabilitation teachers to work with adults with visual impairments, and (3)orientation and mobility specialists who teach travel skills to people with visual impairments. There is a critical shortage of professionals in all these specializations throughout the United States, particularly in rural areas.
Master of Science in Criminology/Criminal Justice Studies
The master's program in Criminal Justice Studies is specifically designed for working criminal justice professionals and others who want the rigors and challenges of a first-rate graduate program, but also need the convenience and flexibility that distance learning provides. The program is especially designed for highly motivated students who are looking toward leadership positions in law enforcement, corrections, juvenile justice, and elsewhere in the criminal justice system in Florida, the nation as a whole, and overseas. Past graduates of the school have achieved national and international recognition, and hold prestigious positions in many states and a number of foreign countries.
Master of Science in Educational Leadership
This program is designed to prepare professionals for entry-level administrative positions in schools, school districts, and educational agencies. Course content is aligned with state and national standards and blends both theoretical and practical applications to K-12 educational leadership.
Master of Business Administration
Online graduate programs at the Florida State University College of Business (COB) are a core component of the university’s mission to provide superior graduate education. The College of Business offers online Master's degrees in Business Administration in the following area of concentrations: Real Estate Finance and Analysis; General MBA; and Hospitality Administration.
Master of Science in Management Information Systems
The Master of Science in MIS program is designed to enhance and update the managerial and technical skills of practicing information technology professionals. It is intended for professionals with at least three years of MIS-related work experience and is designed so that a typical student can complete the degree in 24 months by taking two online courses each semester.
Master of Science in Risk Management/Insurance
Recognized as one of the oldest and largest insurance programs in the nation, Florida State University offers a master’s program in Management with a major in Risk Management/Insurance. Offered entirely online, this program is designed for working professionals who wish to study part-time in order to advance and enhance their careers. All 11 courses in the program can be completed in 24 months.
Master of Science in Visual Disabilities
In addition to preparing teachers of children with visual impairments, the M.S. in Visual Disabilities, through FSU's Satellite Program in Visual Impairment, is designed to train teachers in various areas of specialization. Students develop individualized programs based on their areas of interest including orientation and mobility, early childhood education for individuals with visual impairments, education of visually impaired individuals in transition, and education of visually impaired individuals with profound disabilities. There is a critical teacher shortage of professionals in this area of education throughout the United States, including metropolitan and rural areas.
Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine
For over 100 years, National has provided outstanding education and preparation for Chiropractic physicians. The 10-trimester program offers students a rigorous curriculum in basic science, diagnosis, chiropractic technique, and practice management that emphasizes hands-on participatory learning. The last year of the program includes a supervised clinical internship. National’s DC program will train students to become primary care physicians and enable them to excel in the world of integrative medicine.
Bachelor of Arts
in Business Administration
This program is designed
for students entering the business world in almost any type of
organization. The common body of knowledge for all School of Business
majors provides the academic background to understand the economic
structure of our global society. Those who enter the competitive market
for scarce resources must be prepared to support public and private
segments of or society. The School has developed an academic program in
conjunction with the liberal arts that develops the whole person capable
of creative critical thinking and problem solving. The student selects a
specialization from among the following:
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
The courses in the Psychology major reflects the diversity of the many sub-fields in psychology. Required courses are designed to provide students with a well-rounded education in the discipline while allowing sufficient room for electives. Graduates of the program are prepared for advanced study in psychology and related disciplines as well as employment in professional entry-level positions in human service settings and mental health facilities. A psychology major is also an excellent way for students to prepare for careers in law, business, human resources management, advertising and sales.
Bachelor of Science in Business
The Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida offers
an online undergraduate degree program designed to allow students to
complete a Bachelor of science in Business Administration (BSBA). The
program consists of 15 upper-division courses, four credit hours each.
The curriculum is designed to fit seamlessly with an Associate in Arts
degree. The UF Warrington College of Business undergraduate program is
one of the top 25 such programs in the United States according to U.S.
News and World Report (2002).
Doctor of Pharmacy
The University of Florida College of Pharmacy offers a four-year
distance education program leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy degree. It
is a 2+4 program of study with a two-year degree as a minimal
requirement for admission, plus certain prerequisites and the Pharmacy
College Admissions Test (PCAT). The educational program is offered at
the UPC Seminole Campus, and utilizes distance-education technologies
such as Web-based course materials, streaming video lectures, e-mail and
Internet discussion groups. In addition, students attend regularly
scheduled course discussion sessions held at the UPC Seminole Campus of
St. Petersburg College. Students can complete their first two years of
the Associate in Arts degree at St. Petersburg College prior to entering
Doctor of Dentistry – Residency & Continuing Education
The University of Florida College of Dentistry now operates a dental clinic serving about 18,000
residents of Pinellas County at the UPC Seminole Campus. The facility serves to train residents
and foreign-trained dentists, and also provides continuing education for practitioners. Eventually,
a Doctor of Dental Medicine (D.D.M.) degree is planned at the Seminole Campus.
Master of Arts in Criminal Justice
This program is designed to develop and enhance professional practice in the
criminal justice community. The MACJA prepares students for advanced
levels of management by enhancing their skills, decision-making
processes, and analytic capabilities in the contemporary environment of
criminal justice practice. The MACJA targets students interested in the
criminal justice system who have a committed interest in enhancing their
professionalism and developing their practitioner and management skills.
Master of Arts in Adult Education
This degree is primarily designed to help individuals work with adult learners in a wide variety of employment settings. This master's degree program is intended for holders of a non-education baccalaureate degree who do not wish to meet teacher certification requirements in the State of Florida.
Master of Arts in in Library and Information Science
The School of Library and Information Science (SLIS), part of the USF College of Arts and Sciences, offers an M.A. program in library and information science. The M.A. program in Library and Information Science has been continuously accredited by the American Library Association since 1975. Graduates are prepared to assume a wide variety of service and leadership positions in libraries and information centers.
Master of Science in Nursing Education
The University of South Florida College of Nursing offers a master's concentration in nursing education. The major goal of the program is to prepare graduates to teach in a variety of educational and health care settings including schools of nursing, staff development departments, and/or patient client education programs. The program is available as a program of graduate study or certificate program for those with masters degrees in nursing.
Master of Social Work
The primary objective of the M.S.W. program is preparation of the
graduate for professional social work practice through acquisition of
specialized knowledge and skills necessary for clinical practice with
individuals, families, and groups. The secondary objectives of the M.S.W.
Program are to prepare students academically for pursuit of doctoral
education in social work or related human service disciplines or
professions, and to contribute to the needed supply of professionally
educated clinical social workers in the Tampa Bay area, the state, the
region, and the nation.
Master of Education in Instructional
The M.Ed. in Instructional Technology is 37-38 semester hours and
consists of 12 courses, seven courses in the major area of Instructional
Technology and five courses in Educational Foundations. The
Instructional Design/Development track is intended for students
interested in working as instructional designers/developers in industry
or academic environments.
Education Specialist in Instructional
The Ed.S. in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in
Instructional Technology is 36 semester hours in length. This program is
designed to prepare students for leadership in technology-related
positions in academia and industry. Courses include an array of topics
including instructional design, distance learning, authoring,
instructional graphics, and project management. The development and
application of systematic inquiry skills at the advanced graduate level
of study, combined with existing experience and continued study in a
field of specialization, is the focus of the Ed.S. degree.
Professional Masters in Biotechnology
The PSM is an innovative graduate degree designed to allow students to pursue advanced training and
excel in science without a Ph.D., while simultaneously developing highly valued business skills without
an M.B.A. PSM degrees, by their design, combine advanced discipline-specific course work with
activities that develop those communications and technical skills that are highly valued by
non-academic employers. The purpose of the PSM degree is to prepare students for career
in technology-oriented business or government where workforce needs are increasing.
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
The intent of this program is to prepare students for a lifetime of
opportunities, not just their next job. The USF MBA curriculum is
continually evaluated for its strength and relevance to changing global
issues, business ethics, cultural diversity and the innovation of
technology. The program is taught through a participative and
experiential based curriculum.