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The 3/2 Accelerated Management Program (AMP) at Rollins combines a four-year Bachelor of Arts (BA) and a two-year Master of Business Administration (MBA) into a five-year program. The first three years are spent working on the students’ undergraduate degree while the final two years are completed in the Early Advantage MBA Program (EAMBA) at the Crummer Graduate School of Business.
Acceptance into the MBA program at the conclusion of the third year is conditional upon the satisfactory completion of the AMP program requirements.
The Rollins EAMBA is ranked #1 in Florida and #46 in the nation by Forbes magazine. Learn more about the Rollins MBA program at mba.rollins.edu.
Q: What are the advantages of the Accelerated Management Program?
A: Upon program completion, the student will receive a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Business Administration degree in five years as opposed to six!
Q: What should I major in?
A: Accelerated Management Program students can major in anything they want! International Business majors make up 30% of students in the Accelerated Management Program, while others have majored in everything ranging from Studio Art to Environmental Studies.
Q: How do I apply for the AMP program?
A: You will be asked if you would like to apply for the 3/2 Accelerated Management Program on both the Rollins Application and the Common Application. Check the "yes" box if you are interested. In the application review process, the admission committee will review admission and program eligibility. Admission into AMP is very selective and is based on a combination of rigor of academic program, academic performance, standardized test scores and other admission criteria.
Q: Am I guaranteed admission into the Rollins MBA program?
A: Admission into the Rollins MBA program is not guaranteed. AMP is designed to make participants strong and competitive applicants to the Rollins MBA program. Students go through the regular MBA application process and admission is based on a variety of factors, including undergraduate academic performance, GMAT score of at least 600, recommendations, a personal statement and an in-person interview with the MBA Admission team.