Areas of Study
The USF MBA program is designed with the full-time working professional in mind. Most of our students continue in their professional careers while completing the MBA program. Students come from all over the Tampa Bay region and they appreciate our accelerated calendar and the availability evening courses. USF's part-time MBA is nationally ranked.
While demanding, the program is designed for executives who need to balance their work and family lives. This part-time program curriculum equips students with the fundamental skills, leadership qualities and international perspective needed to advance into the corporate C-suite.
Made possible by a partnership with the Tampa Bay Lightning and The Lightning Foundation, the USF MBA in Sport and Entertainment Management emphasizes business fundamentals of sports: management, marketing, finance, economics, and accounting. It is USF's only full-time, lock-stop, cohort based MBA program.
The online MBA combines the quality and rigor of USF's face-to-face program with the convenience of learning anytime, anywhere. Choose your electives according to your career aspirations, or pursue a concentration in cybersecurity, data analytics or compliance, risk and anti-money laundering.
This program is designed to meet the increasing needs of business, government, and public accounting. Students entering the MAcc program must already have the equivalent of an undergraduate degree in accounting from an AACSB accredited school. The program may also be structured to satisfy the requirements to sit for the CPA Examination in Florida.
The MS in Business Analytics / Information Systems meets the needs of the marketplace for expertise in both information technology and management. Highly qualified individuals with motivation for leadership in information technology fields are encouraged to apply for admission to this program.
The professional Master of Science in Business Analytics and Information Systems is designed for working professionals who wants to move into management positions in the information systems and information technologies arenas. This is a business degree, which covers both the technology related to business intelligence and the managerial aspects of implementing these technologies in organizations.
The Master of Science in Finance is a specialized degree that emphasizes finance and economics. This program offers an advanced education for people who want to pursue careers in corporate finance, investments, financial services, and related areas. Full-time students can complete the program in three semesters; part-time students can finish in six (or fewer) semesters.
This is a progressive, dynamic program where students learn about interpersonal and organizational dynamics, planned change, and implementation. Leadership, teamwork, communication skills and organizational change are emphasized.
The Master of Science in Marketing is a specialized graduate degree where students can choose an area of emphasis: marketing analytics, digital marketing and brand management, or supply chain management. For the professional currently employed in marketing, it offers the opportunity to enhance overall knowledge, skills, and abilities.
The MS in Supply Chain Management is designed for managers who need advanced training in the discipline while continuing to work full time. The 32-hour program is delivered in a hybrid format, meeting one week on campus each semester with the remaining coursework online.
The Master of Science in Entrepreneurship and Applied Technologies integrates the principles for successful opportunity recognition, technology and market assessment, product commercialization, new venture formation, and new venture financing into a single interdisciplinary curriculum.
Having trouble choosing between graduate programs? Call the Office of Graduate Studies at 813-974-3335 or email us.