Thanks to the "Dual Degree" agreement between Alma Graduate School and Chapman School of Business of the Florida International University, Alma's MGI
(Master in Gestione d'Impresa) and MBA students have now the unique opportunity to do part of their graduate studies at FIU with the possibility of obtaining degrees from both institutions.
The Florida International University
was founded in 1972, it is Miami's only public research university and one of 12 in the Florida State University System. FIU is one of the largest universities in the United States, with its 39,000 students and 125,000 alumni (of which 35,000 from the business school only).
The Chapman Graduate School of Business
is the largest College at FIU, counting 6,000 undergraduate students and 1,240 graduate students in MBA, MS and PhD programs.
The Chapman Graduate School of Business is also part of a vast international network of business schools, promoting international business education.