University of Miami Patti and Allan Herbert Business School MBA: What You Need To Know
Since 1948, the Miami full-time MBA has been offering students experiential learning opportunities, a focus on sustainability, and a global perspective to deliver the experience and mindset needed to shape the future of business.
Miami intook an intimate class of 65 this year. The two-year full-time MBA curriculum incorporates STEM at the core, and students begin taking elective courses in year one.
The curriculum is designed to help students make a greater impact during their summer internship between the years. The curriculum’s core classes are centered around three primary themes: Innovation and Strategy, Decision Making with Data, and Leadership and Teams. Students take a deeper dive into specific areas of interest through advanced electives or through specializing in areas such as sustainable business, healthcare management, entrepreneurship, international business, and commercial real estate.
Kim Migoya, director of graduate admissions and a Miami Herbert graduate herself, says, “One of my favorite aspects is how the STEM curriculum takes on an interdisciplinary approach to blend core principles of business with the science of management by placing a greater emphasis on technology, data, and analytics for better data-driven decision making and innovation.
“The best part of the Miami MBA is our Miami Herbert family—dedicated students, engaged faculty, committed staff, and charismatic alumni mentors all focused on transforming lives makes for a rewarding and purposeful experience for all. Not to mention the University of Miami Herbert Business School’s campus is stunning!”
MBA students have access to a variety of co-curricular events and activities including distinguished speaker events with a diverse range of lectures from Nobel Prize winners, CEOs, and cultural icons. Miami Herbert Business School hosts a number of business conferences, providing students further access to business leaders and insights on current industry trends.
Students also get involved with a number of graduate business clubs and organizations where they can develop leadership skills, grow their professional network, and engage with the community around them.