Huizenga College of Business Master's Students

Frequently Asked Questions

As we hope you have learned, the Master's Programs at the Huizenga College have been designed to challenge our diverse population of learners. Included below are a few frequently asked questions. If we have not provided an answer to a question you have, please contact us to share your question with us.

What degree programs are offered?

You may choose from 5 Master's Degree Programs. They include the following:


Are the Master's Degree Programs designed for working professionals?

Yes! With the exception of our one-year, full-time M.B.A. day program, each of our programs can be completed in as little as 21 months. You may choose to enroll in alternating weekend or online courses.

Which programs can be completed entirely online?

Each of the following may be completed online: Master of Accounting, Master of Public Administration* with concentrations in State & Local Administration, Non-Profit/Non-Governmental Organizations, Criminal Justice, Disaster & Emergency Management, Master of Taxation, M.B.A. with a concentration in: Business Intelligence/Analytics, Finance, International Business, Human Resource Management, Management, Marketing, Process Improvement and Supply Chain Management.

* Requires a five day visit to NSU's Ft. Lauderdale campus

Where are evening classes held?

The Huizenga College of Business delivers classes at the main campus in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Is transfer credit accepted?

Yes, we will accept as transfer credit up to two courses (six credits) of master's level coursework completed at another regionally accredited institution. Specific conditions apply to all transfer credit.

How much is tuition?

Tuition charges vary as a function of program and delivery system. Specific and foundation course tuition charges also vary. Consult the Tuition and Fees page for more information.

Is financial aid available?

Financial aid awards depend upon your enrollment status. For a complete list of scholarships, please visit the Office of Student Financial Assistance.

Is admission to the Master's Degree Programs competitive?

Yes. Our goal is to provide you an exceptional education. In no small part this is possible because the students with whom you will learn seek a challenging educational environment. Applications are individually reviewed and admission is offered to students who meet both qualitative and quantitative criteria.

What must I do to apply for admission?

You must submit a Master's Application for Admission and the non-refundable application fee. It is important that you also provide evidence of completion of your baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution. Successful candidates for admission have earned an overall undergraduate grade point average of 2.50 or greater on a 4.00 scale. The GMAT is required of some candidates. See the How to Apply-Master's Degree Application Requirements section of our website for more information.

If you are an international student, please see the Application Checklist for International Students or visit the Office of International Students and Scholars.