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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

7/1 - Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the hottest places in the country. And now that it's summer, it's only getting hotter.

This is not a commentary about the weather. It's an assessment of the real estate market here. In the past four years, homes here have gone from a median sale price of $149,000 to $215,000.

That frenzy is part of the reason that Florida Atlantic University, in its most recent Buy vs. Rent Index, found that the Dallas market is starting to fall ill.

"I would describe the market as having a 'temperature' at this time," said Ken Johnson, Ph.D., who co-authored the report.

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Congratulations to the Financial Analyst Program students and Rainford Knight, Ph.D.

 

They qualified for the State of Florida Research Challenge for the 5th time in a row!

Watch the video to hear Jon Taylor discuss the program and how students gain cutting edge skills in financial analysis and equity research.

Learn more about this unique program and enhance your marketability to employers today!

Financial Analyst Program - 5th time qualitying for the State of Florida Research ChallengeWatch the Video

FAU’s Business School is Ranked #1 for Veterans in South Florida

The Military Times focused on culture and
curriculum that cater to military veterans -
and ranked FAU's College of Business
#1 for Veterans in South Florida
.

The organization conducting and scoring this
highly-respected, nation-wide analysis of
Graduate Business Schools' complete offerings
for veterans is made up of Army Times, Navy Times,
Air Force Times, and Marine Corps Times.

We are proud to support our Vets!

FAU’s Business School is Ranked #1 for veterans in South Florida

Congratulations to C. M. Sashi, Ph.D. (Department of Marketing)

Congratulations to C. M. Sashi on the acceptance of his paper “Active Learning and Critical Thinking in Marketing: Using “Exercises” to Better Comprehend Concepts and Solve Problems,” which has been accepted for publication in the Global Journal of Management and Business Research.

This paper proposes using exercises to enable students to learn marketing theory by applying concepts to better understand and solve current problems confronting an actual company.

We invite you to read the Abstract today!

COB Faculty Research - C. M. Sashi, Ph.D.

7/1 - Falling gas prices can shorten the time it takes a house to sell and can increase the selling price, according to results from an ongoing longitudinal study by FAU and Longwood University faculty.

Evidence indicates that for every $1 per gallon decrease in gasoline price, average time to sell a property decreases by 25 days. In addition, for every $1 per gallon decrease in gasoline prices the average selling price rises by 2.4 percent, which amounts to roughly $4,000 per sold property in the study.

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Have you been
thinking about getting

your Master's Degree?


Meet one-on-one with Graudate Advisors about the different degree programs offered. The College of Business's Master's Degrees are interesting, affordable, and flexible.

Take a leap into your career by earning an advanced degree!  Same day advising and walk-ins welcome!

For more information, please visit Flemming West, Room 101 or call (561) 297 2545

Thinking about getting a Master's Degree? Academic Advising

7/1 - Congratulations to Peter Ricci, EdD, for having been awarded the MPI NORMA BONDY AWARD for 2015. This award honors a unique member of MPI that goes above and beyond the call of duty for the meetings and events industry.

Named after a true leader, Norma Bondy, this is a lifetime achievement award of special honor for those who've earned the national respect as hard worker, leader, mentor, and fundraiser.

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Are you wondering what it’s like to be an FAU student?

FAU is located less than two miles from the beach in the heart of South Florida, a premier location for college students to live, learn and play! From a new 30,000 seat football stadium to a state of the art trading room, FAU offers opportunities for students to explore their interests both inside and outside of the classroom.

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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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