Institutional Members - The University of Tampa

The John H. Sykes College of Business at The University of Tampa combines a strong liberal arts foundation with a broad-based business core. Through practical experiences and an advanced business curriculum, students receive a comprehensive education.

Specialized areas of study include business undergraduate majors and minors; graduate degrees; and certificate programs.

Students can interact with the business community through internships, consulting projects, international programs, and the Centers and Institutes . UT's relationship with more than 700 Tampa Bay area leaders provides opportunities for professional networking.

Undergraduate business majors include:

- Accounting
- Business Economics
- Entrepreneurship
- Computer Information Systems
- Finance
- International Business
- Management
- Marketing

Graduate business programs include:

- MBA Full-Time Day
- MBA Part-Time Evening
- Saturday Professional MBA

- Master of Science in Accounting

- Master of Science in Technology and Innovation Management

The University of Tampa is home to seven specialized centers that contribute resources and expertise to the curriculum, its students, and the national and international business communities.

  • Center for Ethics
  • Center for Innovation and Knowledge Management
  • Florida Entrepreneur and Family Business Program
  • Human Resource Institute
  • Institute for World Commerce Education
  • Naimoli Institute for Business Strategy
  • TECO Energy Center for Leadership


The John H. Sykes College of Business is one of only 19 private schools in the Southeast accredited at both the graduate and undergraduate levels by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. AACSB International is the premier business accrediting organization, promoting excellence and continuous improvement in undergraduate and graduate education.

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