Posted on 27 September 2012
The School of Business Administration will host an M.B.A. program information session on Thursday, October 11 at 6 p.m. in the McLamore Executive Education Center, third floor. University of Miami alumni and those interested in learning more about UM’s evening/weekend M.B.A. programs are encouraged to attend. Admissions staff will discuss program benefits, return on investment, tuition remission for UM employees, and more. The event is free. For more information and to RSVP, call 305-284-2510, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.bus.miami.edu/MBA-UM.
Posted on 30 August 2012
The School of Business Administration will host an M.B.A. Program Information Session on Thursday, September 13 at 6 p.m. in the McLamore Executive Education Center, third floor. University of Miami alumni and those interested in learning more about UM’s evening/weekend M.B.A. programs are encouraged to attend. Admissions staff will discuss program benefits, return on investment, tuition remission for UM employees, and more. The event is free. For more information and to RSVP, call 305-284-2510, e-mail email@example.com, or visit www.bus.miami.edu/MBA-UM.
Posted on 24 August 2012
The School of Business Administration will host an Executive M.B.A. Health Care program information session on Thursday, September 6 at 5:15 p.m. in the Clinical Research Building, Room 989. Steven Ullman, professor of management and economics at the School of Business Administration and director of the school’s Programs in Health Sector Management and Policy; Olivier Bouclier, executive director of graduate business programs; and David A. Lubarsky, CEO, UHealth Physician Practice, associate vice president, UHealth Practice Administration, and Emanuel M. Papper Professor and Chair of Anesthesiology, Perioperative Medicine, and Pain Management, will discuss the outcomes of the program, practical administrative skills, strategic and theoretical perspectives, ranking and accreditations, program benefits and return on investment, and tuition remission.
The event is free. RSVP at bus.miami.edu/healthembainfo. For more information on the session and UM’s other evening/weekend M.B.A. programs, please call 305-284-2510 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact Olivier Bouclier at email@example.com or 305-284-9171 to schedule a one-on-one meeting.
Posted on 24 May 2012
The School of Business Administration has established a new accelerated MBA program with a concentration in real estate. Bringing together the school’s strengths in management education with the strengths of UM’s School of Architecture in new urbanism, the program is designed to prepare students to succeed in commercial real estate market careers. The program uniquely includes two paid industry internships, one in South Florida and a second in one of a number of real estate markets across the U.S.
The 18-month program begins each spring with the first internship and concludes in December of the following year. The second internship takes place during the second summer in between class terms.
The new real estate M.B.A. program is among a number of real estate initiatives the business school has championed as it builds and expands programs in the real estate sector. The school, along with the School of Architecture, organized the University of Miami’s first Real Estate Impact Conference in February 2012, bringing together some 300 professionals to discuss the reshaping of urban spaces through global capital and ingenuity. The conference was headlined by industry giant Sam Zell, chair of Equity Group Investments, and Jorge M. Perez, chair of The Related Group.
In addition to the new accelerated M.B.A. program with a concentration in real estate, the school offers a Bachelor of Architecture/M.B.A. program in partnership with the School of Architecture, an M.B.A. concentration in real estate, and an undergraduate real estate major.
• Six-month paid real estate industry internship prior to first semester
• Paid summer real estate industry internship between first and second semester classes
• Consulting project with real estate industry non-profit organization
• Specialized MBA curriculum focused on commercial real estate
Real Estate Industry Courses
• Introduction to Commercial Real Estate Analysis
• ARGUS and Excel for Real Estate Analysis
• Project Management and Modeling
• Real Estate Finance
• Real Estate Investments
• Introduction to New Urbanism
• Real Estate Law
Posted in News
Posted on 29 July 2011
Miami Law’s Tenants’ Rights Clinic Director Jeffrey Hearne was recently named among Florida’s Legal Elite, a prestigious recognition given to only the top 2 percent of government and nonprofit attorneys in the state.
As stated in the eighth annual issue of Florida’s Legal Elite, a special publication of Florida Trend, the winners had to “exemplify a standard of excellence in their profession.” The magazine also named Miami Law as one of the top two law schools with the most honorees.
The Tenants’ Rights Clinic is designed to allow students to represent a client from the beginning of a case until its completion and primarily involves clients being evicted from public and subsidized housing, receiving Section 8 terminations, and having their affordable housing applications denied.
“I am extremely honored to be included in this group of attorneys and have my work representing low-income tenants be recognized by my peers,” Hearne said.
Miami Law offers several strong public service clinic options for students in addition to Hearne’s Tenants’ Rights Clinic. These opportunities include the Bankruptcy Assistance Clinic, Capital Defense Project, Children and Youth Law Clinic, Community Lawyering Clinic, Federal Appellate Clinic, Health and Elder Law Clinic, Human Rights Clinic, Immigration Clinic, and the Miami Innocence Project.