Top Part-time MBA Programs in Florida

By | April 20, 2019

We have found 15 business schools in Florida that offer part-time MBA programs leading to an Master of Business Administration degree. Check the following list to see average GMAT score, acceptance rate and total enrollment for each of Florida MBA universities.

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List of Top MBA Schools in Florida

Rank MBA Schools
1 University of Florida (Hough)
Acceptance rate: 79.6%
Part-time Enrollment: 558
Average GMAT score: 592
Location: Gainesville, FL
2 Florida International University
Acceptance rate: 51.2%
Part-time Enrollment: 1,008
Average GMAT score: 539
Location: Miami, FL
3 University of Central Florida
Acceptance rate: 65.0%
Part-time Enrollment: 329
Average GMAT score: 558
Location: Orlando, FL
4 Rollins College (Crummer)
Acceptance rate: 52.9%
Part-time Enrollment: 201
Average GMAT score: 523
Location: Winter Park, FL
5 University of South Florida
Acceptance rate: 74.7%
Part-time Enrollment: 315
Average GMAT score: 544
Location: Tampa, FL
6 Florida Atlantic University
Acceptance rate: 68.1%
Part-time Enrollment: 804
Average GMAT score: 539
Location: Boca Raton, FL
7 Stetson University
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 61
Average GMAT score: 543
Location: DeLand, FL
8 University of South Florida–St. Petersburg
Acceptance rate: 85.0%
Part-time Enrollment: 51
Average GMAT score: 560
Location: St. Petersburg, FL
9 Florida State University
Acceptance rate: 59.2%
Part-time Enrollment: 300
Average GMAT score: 560
Location: Tallahassee, FL
10 University of North Florida (Coggin)
Acceptance rate: 50.2%
Part-time Enrollment: 277
Average GMAT score: 559
Location: Jacksonville, FL
11 Florida Gulf Coast University (Lutgert)
Acceptance rate: 56.5%
Part-time Enrollment: 107
Average GMAT score: 522
Location: Fort Myers, FL
12 Barry University (Andreas)
Acceptance rate: 24.9%
Part-time Enrollment: 113
Average GMAT score: 470
Location: Miami Shores, FL
13 Jacksonville University
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 114
Average GMAT score: N/A
Location: Jacksonville, FL
14 University of Tampa (Sykes)
Acceptance rate: 57.7%
Part-time Enrollment: 193
Average GMAT score: 550
Location: Tampa, FL
15 University of West Florida
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 121
Average GMAT score: 514
Location: Pensacola, FL

Part-time MBA Programs in Florida

 

National parks in Florida

Dry Tortugas National Park is located on seven islands of the same name (the westernmost islands of the Florida Keys) in the Gulf of Mexico, more than a hundred kilometers southwest of the coast of Florida.

The park’s main attraction is Fort Jefferson, a coastal defense fortress that began construction in 1846 and took about thirty years to complete. Fort Jefferson is one of the largest in the United States and the largest brick structure in the Western Hemisphere. In addition to the fort itself, the Dry Tortugas National Park is interesting for its tropical nature, almost untouched by human influence.

Dry Tortugas National Park was founded in 1983, before (since 1935) it had the status of a National Monument.

Biscayne National Park is located in southeast Florida, near the city of Miami. It includes part of the bay of the same name, its coast, as well as several barrier reefs and Elliot Key Island (the northernmost of the Florida Keys).

Biscayne Park is home to a variety of ecosystems, including coastal mangrove swamps, the shallow waters of the bay, coral-shaped islands, and the northern part of Florida Reef, one of the largest coral reefs in the world. Hundreds of animal species live both on the coast and in the sea, including some rare species. Most of the park is only accessible by water and popular with visitors are fishing, windsurfing and scuba diving.

Biscayne National Park was founded in 1980, before (since 1968) it had the status of a National Monument.

Everglades National Park is located in southern Florida, it is the third largest national park in the country, the largest tropical protected area in the United States, and the largest conservation area east of the Mississippi River.

The Everglades is primarily a unique ecosystem of wetlands and forests. In the park you can see the largest mangroves in the Western Hemisphere, dozens of species of animals (including protected or endangered) and reptiles, hundreds of species of birds and fish.

The Everglades National Park was founded in 1934 and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979.

National Monuments in the State of Florida

San Marcos Castle in St. Augustine is the oldest stone fortress in the United States, built by the Spaniards in 1672-1695. The status of a National Monument was given to San Marcos Castle in 1924.

Fort Matanzas is a Spanish fortress built in 1740-1742 to guard the coast near the city of St. Augustine. The status of a National Monument was given to Fort Matanzas in 1924.

National Wildlife Refuge in Florida

The Timukuan Ecological and Historical Preserve is located in the north of the “Sunshine State” near the city of Jacksonville. It includes a vast area of ​​wetlands, as well as several historical monuments (including the Fort Caroline National Memorial and the late 18th century Kingsley Plantation).

Big Cypress National Wildlife Refuge is located in southern Florida, west of the city of Miami and north of Everglades National Park. This is a swampy area overgrown with cypress forests with a very diverse flora and fauna.