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The Landon Undergraduate School of Business in Miami, Florida, admits selected students based on special criteria depending on their previous undergraduate studies.

Admission Deadlines

Applicants to the College of Business (COB) must submit all admission forms and documentation by the following deadlines.

Fall admissions: August 1

Spring admissions: December 1

Summer admission: May 1

Students are strongly advised to apply early. The COB reserves the right to close admissions earlier than the above dates.

Admission Requirements

Effective Fall 2013

  • Minimum GPA of 2.5 for all lower division courses and upper division non-business courses (including transfer coursework)
  • Completion of ALL business pre-core courses with a grade of C or higher.
  • Completion of either (a) all UCC requirements and 60 lower division credits, or (b) an Associate of Arts (AA) from a Florida accredited institution.
  • Meet the University's lower division requirements.
  • Minimum GPA of 2.0 for ALL FIU courses.

Select the option that fits your needs to find out more detailed requirements for admission.

Bachelor of Accounting
Bachelor of Business Administration
Professional BBA Program
BBA Online


Students who have been admitted into an undergraduate program in the College, but who have not enrolled in any course at the University for two or more consecutive semesters (excluding summer) must complete an application for readmission. Those eligible for readmission are subject to the University and the Colleges degree program regulations in effect at the time of readmission.

Transfer students with fewer than sixty credit hours or international students transferring from a non-U.S. institution must meet the same requirements and follow the same procedures as freshmen entering Florida International University. See the FIU Undergraduate Catalog for more information.

Transient students

Fully enrolled, degree-seeking students who attend another accredited college or university may apply to take courses at the college for one semester at a time. You must show proof of your status, which for most students requires obtaining a transient student form from the registrar’s office of your parent institution and submitting it to our university’s Office of the Registrar. You must repeat this process for each semester in which you wish to take courses as a transient student. You must also meet any requirements for enrollment in the specific courses you wish to take.