College of Business by the Numbers

No. 2

Undergraduate International Business

U.S. News & World Report 2023

No. 4

International MBA

U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools 2023

No. 5

U.S. Online MBA

QS World University Rankings, 2023

Why FIU College of Business?

With our strategic location in Miami, one of the world's most-dynamic global business centers, FIU's College of Business offers students unmatched international professional development opportunities.

We provide an inclusive environment on one of the most diverse college campuses in the U.S.

Students learn from multi-cultural faculty members with exceptional business knowledge and practical business expertise.

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Faculty and Research

As part of an R1 top-tier research institution, FIU Business produces leading-edge business research that shapes business practice and influences public policy. Our faculty are leading experts in their fields and are highly ranked for research productivity.

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Featured News

AI is Reshaping all Professions; Is Your Job at Risk?

Check out the fall 2023 online edition of FIU Business Now, the magazine of FIU’s College of Business, to find out what our faculty and alumni experts say about AI and your job, smart cities, last mile delivery, plus much more.

New opportunities exist in Miami real estate working with communities, FIU conference reveals

Exploding growth and increased challenges have become a mixed blessing for Miami’s real estate landscape, driving industry leaders to diversify their ventures. Those were some of the insights shared during REact 2023, the premier real estate conference hosted by FIU Business November 3.

"Managing Your Boss" can lead to good working relationships with managers, FIU research reveals.

A key way to foster trust, loyalty and better results in the workplace involves employees learning how to manage their bosses, reveals new research from FIU Business. Published in Personnel Psychology, the research suggests that “managing your boss,” or “MYB,” is linked to a better working relationship with a supervisor, which in turn is associated with managers giving their employees better performance ratings, explained Ravi Gajendran, professor of global leadership and management, who led the research.