"The primary objective of the Department of Management is to educate students in the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to perform the basic tasks of management. Course offerings are designed to demonstrate how managers, as decision makers, affect organizational efficiency and effectiveness by considering the impact of environment, technology, administrative structure, information and human resources."
"UCF’s Professional Master of Science in Management (PMSM)/Human Resources Track, is a unique program that enables working professionals who aspire to become leaders in human resource management or general management. The program provides an alternative to the MBA degree for students who desire specialized study in management and human resources, and seek employment or career advancement in the areas of human resources, strategic planning, organizational effectiveness, staffing, compensation and employee relations."
"The UCF Professional Master of Science in Management-Business Analytics Track provides students with the specialized skills necessary to respond to challenges of the new data intensive business world of today. The program provides the bridge between data collection and application for business problems and decisions, and the skills learned are transferable across industries. Students become business analysts skilled in the collection, management, analysis, interpretation and application of data to aid in more informed and successful business decisions. Skills learned in this degree are applicable across industries and organizations whether they are large or small, for-profit or non-profit."
"The UCF Master of Business Administration is an AACSB accredited 39-credit hour program with classes offered in a lock-step format. The UCF MBA is considered a general MBA, offering a combination of course-work, both quantitative and qualitative, which provides the student with an application-based curriculum that can be immediately applied in the workplace.
UCF offers four MBA programs: Executive, Professional Part-Time, Professional Full-Time, and Evening"
"The CEL’s well-integrated and mutually-reinforcing initiatives can help UCF students get where they want to go. ALL initiatives are available to ALL UCF students from ALL academic disciplines and programs. We like to describe ourselves as “non-denominational” with respect to academic disciplines. We encourage students to join us for a class, advising session, meetup, workshop, competition, or other events to learn more about how entrepreneurial leadership skills can contribute to your future success."
"The UCF Executive Development Center (EDC) was established in 1992 to provide executive and professional masters degree programs, as well as specialized executive education programs for individuals and organizations in the local, state, national, and international business communities."