The Sykes College of Business draws together talented faculty, sophisticated technology and cutting-edge curriculum to provide students with the tools to succeed in a changing world. Highly qualified students of diverse ages and backgrounds receive advanced training in an array of disciplines from faculty members with a pulse on the business community.
At the Sykes College of Business, we are proud of the features that distinguish us among the world's top business programs, such as the following:
Highest Accreditation: AACSB International
The Sykes College of Business is an elite private school accredited at both the graduate and undergraduate levels by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
For the ninth year in a row, the Sykes College of Business has been named by The Princeton Review as an outstanding business school — and one of the 296 best business schools in the world. The Princeton Review features the school in the recently published 2015 edition of Best Business Schools.
Tampa Bay Business Journal
The University of Tampa's MBA program was listed as the "Favorite MBA program" in the second annual Tampa Bay Business Journal Best in the Biz: Readers' Choice Awards.
Ranked behind UT were MBA programs from the University of Florida (No. 2), the University of South Florida Executive MBA (No. 3), USF-St. Petersburg and St. Leo University. Learn More.
Our uniquely designed curriculum promotes business fundamentals with an understanding that tomorrow's innovation and technology are essential for business success.
Our highly respected faculty have achieved national and international reputations for academic and business success in their fields. Ninety-seven percent hold doctorate degrees and 80 percent have practical business experience.
The Sykes College of Business encourages real world learning. Each graduate business program features experiential learning through client projects, internships, case studies, consulting, strategic planning, and data collection and analysis. The college's robust international travel programs help students incorporate a global view into their studies.
From managing investments in our Huizenga Family Foundation Trading Center to hands-on training in SAP and other enterprise systems, our graduate business students access the most current technology through their coursework.