The University of Tampa Florida
University of Tampa is a medium-sized comprehensive, private university
located on approximately 100 acres of prime riverfront land in the heart
of downtown Tampa. It is the school of choice for approximately 4, 800
students from 50 states and U. S. territories and almost 100 countries.
Upon graduation, many students seek employment in the Tampa Bay area, frequently cited as one of the best places to live and work in the
Graduate programs are offered for Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Innovation and Technology Management and Master of
Science in Nursing. The MBA program is one of the largest in Florida and
is one of the elite private schools in the southeast to have AACSB
UT students enjoy a combination of academic excellence, personal
attention and real world experience. Students may conduct research under
the guidance of faculty mentors. Their research frequently leads to
presentation at conferences and publication in professional journals.
The University of
Tampa offers three graduate programs designed to prepare
students for advanced leadership roles in their careers and
concentrations are available in accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, information systems management, international business, management, and marketing. About
two-thirds of UT's MBA students work full-time and attend
classes in the evenings.
The University of Tampa's MBA program prepares
students to become effective business leaders.
Through course work, experiential learning, and
mentoring relationships, MBA students have
numerous opportunities to develop core skills
and grow confident in their ability to make
important strategic decisions.
The program teaches the key functions of
business, as well as skills for creative
problem-solving, effective decision-making, and
sound analytical skills. Through course work, lecture series, experiential learning, and
social opportunities, students learn to both
lead and work with diverse, talented colleagues.
For more information, prospective students
should investigate the Web site, see MBA FAQ, or
contact the Graduate Programs Office at (813)
258-7409 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Master of
Science in Technology and Innovation Management (MS-TIM)
degree is intended to train computer scientists, engineers
and scientists to assume management positions in
technology-intensive companies. Managers employed in
technology-intensive environments will also benefit from the
program. Students accepted into the program are expected to
have at least two years of responsible work experience.
The MS-TIM graduate program is designed to
develop talented professionals into strong
business leaders. Different from an MBA or a
technical degree, the program offers advanced
business education for managing innovation and
the effective use of technology.
Classes are taught by engaged and accessible
teachers willing to share their knowledge and
deep expertise. Faculty are award-winning
authors and researchers, industry experts and
information, prospective students should investigate the Web site, see MS-TIM FAQ , or contact the Graduate Programs Office at
(813) 258-7409 or email@example.com .
The Master of
Science in Nursing (MSN) is available in several areas:
family or adult nurse practitioner and nursing education.
Other options available include post-master's certificates
in all of the above concentrations and a RN/BSN/RSN program, which enables registered nurses to complete both the BSN and
MSN in seven semesters.
Admission to the
MSN Program is competitive. Students must have earned a
bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or
university with a cumulative grade point average of 3. 0 or
higher. Applicants who do not meet all the criteria
described below may be eligible for admission with Pre-MSN
or conditional status. Such applicants will be given
specific guidance and a timeline for completing all criteria
in order to be officially admitted to graduate status.
With students enrolled from
nearly 100 countries, UT proudly
considers students from around the
world for freshman or transfer
admission. Students may pursue a
degree or enroll for a semester or a
one-year study program.
The International Programs Office staff assists students with
pre-arrival information, orientation
and advice on academic, social, cultural and employment matters.
Both undergraduate admission and graduate
admission into The University of Tampa are
competitive, and prospective students are
encouraged to apply early. Applicants should
carefully note deadlines and submit materials