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World-Class Business Resources – All Within Convenient Reach

We cordially invite your family to visit our campus, tour our state-of-the-art facilities, meet our faculty and students, and learn more about the superb international business education that is available at FIU’s College of Business.

FIU’s very first campus is now an expansive 342-acre metropolis. In addition to housing FIU business programs, it’s equipped with Residence Halls, U.S. Century Bank Arena, eight-story Steven and Dorothea Green Library Nature Preserve, Alfonso Field at FIU Stadium Athletic Facilities, and Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum. The College of Business resides on the North-West side of the campus in the following buildings The College of Business Complex (CBC), Ryder Center (RC) and the Management and New Growth Opportunities (MANGO) building.

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Located on Biscayne Boulevard in North Miami Beach, this scenic 200-acre complex is headquarters to several other FIU schools, including Marine Biology, School of Hospitality and School of Journalism and Mass Communication. It offers direct access to the Bay, apartment-style housing, a library, an aquatic center, a conference center, and a ropes course.

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FIU at I-75 in Miramar is particularly ideal for business professionals with busy work schedules, family responsibilities and other demands. You’ll find early-morning, evening and weekend courses, as well as fast-track programs. Besides business programs, the campus also houses Construction Management, Liberal Studies and Public Administration.

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Located in downtown Miami, within the iconic 1101 Brickell Avenue office towers, this campus that houses our accelerated graduate business programs is ideal for today’s working professionals. This center houses our top-ranked MBA programs for the Chapman School of Business, as well as, programs for the College of Arts & Sciences and the College of Engineering.

College of Business
1101 Brickell Avenue
Miami, FL 33131

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FIU also has international campuses located in Asia and Europe. The Wolfsonian-FIU Museum’s regional facility in located Nervi, Italy; the School of Architecture has facilities in Genoa, Italy for upper-division and graduate Architecture students; and the Florida International University Tianjin Center in China features a branch from School of Hospitality & Tourism Management. FIU has also exchanged agreements with the American University in Dubai that allows FIU students to take a semester abroad in Dubai.

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