MBA Programs - Continuing Education in Florida
Florida's MBA professors are pushing the limits
Professors talk about their approaches to teaching leadership skills.
The number of MBA degrees granted in recent years has grown — even as the immediate financial payoff has become more debatable. Partly in response, Florida’s universities are tweaking their MBA programs, coming up with creative specializations.
Instructors and students say the real advantage of an MBA is the practical application of what is learned. “We’re trying to get graduates out in the business community solving real business issues,” says Tim O’Keefe, associate dean and director of graduate programs at the University of West Florida in Pensacola.
Florida’s best MBA professors are focusing on teaching working professionals how to better manage teams, identify problem correctly and negotiate raises. At the links below, you'll find profiles of professors and learn how they approach teaching leadership skills.
Professor, Chair of the Department of Marketing
University of Florida Warrington College of Business Administration
Associate Professor, Management Science
University of Miami School of Business Administration
Professor and Department Chair, Management Programs
Florida Atlantic University College of Business
Assistant Professor - University of Tampa
Assistant Professor, Strategic Management & Entrepreneurship,
Director for the Center for Entrepreneurship and New Business Development
Florida Institute of Technology
Gordon J. Barnett Professor of Business Ethics
University of Central Florida College of Business
Steven Christopher Ellis
Instructor, Department of Decision Sciences & Information Systems
Florida International University College of Business
Assistant Professor of Marketing - Nova Southeastern University,
H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship
Instructor - University of South Florida