Program Overview

Our MBA program gives professionals many options based on their experience or interest. Whether you are seeking to gain more knowledge in accounting, finance, marketing, management, health services administration, international business, or wish to seek a dual degree or double degree, Barry University provides the very best learning environment where you are able to expand your knowledge and career options.

The MBA program consists of 36 credits of course work, including nine core courses (27 credits) and three electives (9 credits).


You may choose a General MBA, based on cross-discipline business electives, or select a specialization in one of the six areas:

No matter which specialization you choose, all students are required to take the 9 core courses, guaranteeing a well-rounded business education.

Dual Degree Programs

Many students who choose to go into one of our dual degree programs are interested in not only expanding their business expertise, but also developing their skills in another professional field.  Our MBA program offers the ability to simultaneously earn another graduate level degree in the following four areas:

Double Degree Program

Our double degree program allows students to earn an MBA degree from Barry University, as well as an MBA from another institution abroad.  Students do this by combining their studies between Barry and one of our partner universities in another country. Read about the first student to enroll in our double degree program.

Full-Time vs. Part-Time Evening Options

Barry University's MBA program operates as an evening program. We offer both part-time and full-time evening enrollment. Learn more about our evening program options.

A Valuable Classroom Experience

The Andreas School of Business employs no teaching assistants, ensuring you obtain knowledge from experienced business practitioners from all over the world.  Become engaged in small classes with up to 35 other MBA students, guaranteeing personalized attention from our excellent professors. Also, the business school has an open door policy, meaning your professor is available after class when it is convenient for you.