Bachelor's/Master's Degree Programs
students who wish to enroll in graduate-level courses for a master's degree
have an opportunity to do so through UF's combined-degree program. Students,
with approval, can apply 12 credit hours of graduate course work toward
the completion of their undergraduate degree. The combined-degree program
reduces the cost of both degrees and may enhance the student's marketability
for career advancement.
meet the combined-degree application requirements can enroll in 12 credits
of graduate courses during their junior and senior years. These credits
will satisfy the undergraduate degree requirements and, if the student
is admitted to graduate school at UF, the 12 credits also will satisfy
graduate degree requirements. The program's minimum admission requirement
is a 3.2 GPA (may be higher for some programs). Admission to the corresponding
graduate program requires an 1100 GRE score (may be higher for some programs).
For more information, see page p. 1-30 and the Web site www.isis.ufl.edu/cdp1.html.
provides two special opportunities:
1. The Master of Agribusiness (MAB) degree is for students who desire
careers in marketing and management in agriculture, food processing/ distribution,
forest products and related industry where there has been strong demand
for MAB graduates. Offered by the Department of Food and Resource Economics
(FRE), the MAB can be completed in three semesters (fall, spring and sum-mer).
A bachelor's degree in economics or business is not required. For more
2. The Master
of Science in Business Administration, Concentration in Management (MSM)
is for non-business majors who wish to pursue an advanced degree in a
professional field. Students have the opportunity, for example, to combine
expertise in liberal arts and other academic disciplines with functional
business applications to create a dynamic skill set that is in demand
with employers. For additional information: www.cba.ufl.edu/.
programs are available in these colleges and departments: