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FAU College of Business Graduate Programs at a Glance

Please select up to five programs that you would like to compare side-by-side with our graphic program chart.

Full-time & part-time options Concentrations or specialization:

  • Accounting
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Health Administration
  • Information Systems
  • International Business
  • Marketing
  • Operation Management
  • Sport Management
  • Full-time & part-time options
  • Concentrations or specialization options
  • Average Class Size: 35
  • Median Work Experience: 6 years
  • Program Length: 23 Months
  • GMAT Required (Yes/No): No
  • Full-time & part-time options
  • Concentrations or specialization options
  • Average Class Size: 34
  • Median Work Experience: 12 years
  • GMAT Required (Yes/No): No
  • Full-time only
  • Student Faculty Ratio: 10:1
  • Average Class Size: 10
  • Median Work Experience: 2 years
  • Program Length: 2 years
  • Full-time & part-time options
  • Student Faculty Ratio: 35:1 or less
  • Average Class Size: 30
  • Median Work Experience: 1
  • Credits Needed to Complete: 30
  • Average GMAT Score: 500
  • Part-time only
  • Student Faculty Ratio: 30:1
  • Average Class Size: 25 - 30
  • Median Work Experience: 3 - 5 years
  • Credits Needed to Complete: 30
  • Program Length: 2 years
  • Average GMAT Score: 500
  • Full-time & part-time options
  • Student Faculty Ratio: 35:1 or less
  • Average Class Size: 20
  • Median Work Experience: 1
  • Program Length: 2 years
  • Average GMAT Score: 500
  • Part-time only
  • Student Faculty Ratio: 15:1
  • Average Class Size: 15
  • Median Work Experience: 3-5 years
  • Program Length: 2 years and 1 semester
  • Average GMAT Score: 500

Full-time & part-time options Concentrations or specialization:

  • General Economics
  • Financial Economics
  • International Economics
  • Information Technology & Management
  • Music Business Administration
  • International Business
  • Finance
  • Full-time or part-time, Evening only
  • Student Faculty Ratio: 35:1
  • Average Class Size: 30
  • Median Work Experience: 6
  • Program Length: 2 years part-time
  • Average GMAT Score Minimum: GMAT 500/GRE 1000
Graduate Programs at a Glance

Latest FAU BEPI Poll Finds It’s Harder for Hispanics to Afford Healthcare but More Covered Since Obamacare Enacted

An increasing number of Hispanics are finding it harder to afford healthcare and the percentage of those without any health insurance is up slightly over a year ago, but a majority still have a favorable view of the Affordable Care Act (ACA or Obamacare) and for the first time more women are insured than men, according to a new survey by the Florida Atlantic University Business and Economics Polling Initiative (FAU BEPI).

2016-05-06 BEPI Healthcare Poll

Daymond John, CEO of FUBU and Co-star of ABC's 'Shark Tank,' to Speak at FAU on
Sept. 8, 2016 at 7pm

Tickets for the event, presented by FAU’s College of Business, will go on sale Friday, April 1 at 10 a.m. Tickets are $15 for current FAU students; $30 for FAU faculty and staff; and $50 to $75 for the general public.

For more information or sponsorship opportunities, contact Tonya May at tmay@fau.edu. To purchase tickets, visit www.fauevents.com.

Daymond John, CEO of FUBU and Co-star of ABC's 'Shark Tank,' to Speak at FAU on Sept. 8

EMBA graduate Meredith Madsen wins the Steve Harvey Show’s “The Next Big Success”

Meredith Madsen, a 2010 graduate from the FAU Executive MBA (EMBA) program, competed and won “The Next Big Success,” a segment on the Steve Harvey Show. The competition gave two young entrepreneurs a chance to show off their products, and the winning pitch received $10,000 to help grow their business. Read more.

EMBA graduate Meredith Madsen wins the Steve Harvey Show’s “The Next Big Success”

Announcing Fast Track
and Saturday Courses 
More Courses in the
format you want
- when you want them!


In Fall 2016, the College of Business will begin offering some classes in shorter, 8-week modular formats so you can start or finish at mid-term.

Register now for College of Business Fast Track Classes at business.fau.edu/fasttrack

 

Fast Track 2016 - Registration Open

St. Lucie¹s $60 million stadium deal with the New York Mets a very smart move

The St. Lucie County Commission approved borrowing $60 million to renovate 28-year-old Tradition Field and keep New York Mets spring training in Port St. Lucie for 25 years.

"There are only 30-32 teams that need spring training, so if you have a valued asset where the team wants to stay in your city or town, then you have to stretch a little to keep them there. It was a very smart move by the county not to wait," said Jim Riordan, director of the MBA Sport Management program at Florida Atlantic University.

COB In The News - St. Lucie's $60 million stadium deal with the New York Mets a very smart move

Research Shows That
Anti-Retaliation
Reminders
May Deter
Whistleblowing

Anti-retaliation protections are the bedrock of whistleblower rights, but James Wainberg, Ph.D., (Assistant Professor, FAU School of Accounting) and Stephen Perreault, Ph.D., (Providence College) found in “Whistleblowing in Audit Firms: Do Explicit Protections from Retaliation Activate Implicit Threats of Reprisal?” that explicit reminders that employees don't have to fear for their jobs when reporting concerns may do more harm than good.

COB In The News - Whistleblowing Research

To buy or not to buy?
That is the question — or

it should be if you're in the market for a new home.

Gone is the conventional wisdom that buying a home is a surefire investment that every sentient being should pursue.

Three Florida scholars developed something called the Buy vs. Rent Index. Professors Ken Johnson of FAU and Eli Beracha and William Hardin at FIU created a mathematical model that analyzes 23 major metro areas in the United States to determine whether market conditions favor renting or owning as a means of generating wealth over time.

COB In The News - MoneyTalks and Yahoo Finance: To buy or not to buy?Watch the Video

Tyco Marketing VP Meets with College of Business Marketing MBA Students


Mr. Hank Monaco, VP of Marketing for Tyco
Integrated Security, a business unit of
Tyco International Ltd., spoke with marketing
students in Dr. Korgaonkar's MBA class to discuss
successfully marketing in a Web 2.0 environment.

Mr. Monaco also met with the students to discuss
paid internships and career opportunities in
marketing at Tyco Integrated Security.

 

General News - Tyco Marketing VP Meets With Students

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Dr. Richard Gendler, Professor, Accounting

2013-12-19 Faculty Profile Picture - Dr. Richard GendlerDr. Richard Gendler

Professor in the Department of Accounting, Richard Gendler, J.S.D, is making waves in the study of law and at FAU's College of Business.

Dr. Gendler is the senior shareholder of Richard S. Gendler & Associates, P.A.  His practice specializes in consumer backruptcy, in which Dr. Gendler is a credentialed expert.  

In October of 2013, Dr. Gendler successfully defended his dessertation, "Home Mortgage Cramdown in Bankruptcy", and was awarded the degree of Doctor of Science of Law from Thomas Jefferson School of Law.  He is only the second candidate to successfully do so at Thomas Jefferson School of Law.  Further, Dr. Gendler completed the degree while maintaining a thriving legal practice.

Dr. Gendler's particular degree is unique in that it is a research-based doctoral degree requiring three to five years of legal research and writing on a unique issue of law that makes a substantial and novel contribution to a field of study.

Learn More about Dr. Gendler

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