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Accelerated Management Program

The Accelerated Management Program (AMP) provides Rollins undergraduates with an immediate career advantage, combining an undergraduate degree in any major with an MBA in only five years.

Fast Track to Success

Earn 2 Prestigious Degrees in 5 Years

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What is AMP?
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First Year (Freshman Year)
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Second Year (Sophomore Year)
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Third Year (Junior Year)
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Fourth and Fifth Years

What is AMP?

The Accelerated Management Program (AMP) at Rollins and Crummer combines a four-year Bachelor of Arts (BA) and a two-year Master of Business Administration (MBA) into a five-year program.

In the Accelerated Management Program, students typically spend their first three years working on their undergraduate degrees while the final two years are completed in the Early Advantage MBA Program at the Crummer Graduate School of Business.

Acceptance into the MBA program at the conclusion of the third year is conditional upon the satisfactory completion of the AMP program requirements.

Freshman Year (Freshman Year)

  • Students typically join AMP during their freshmen year
  • Attend fall and spring workshops orgnanized by Crummer (one each semester)
  • Achieve and maintain a 3.2 minimum cumulative GPA
  • Maintain good conduct and standing with the college
  • Complete major and Foundations curriculum requirements in order to complete within three years

Second Year (Sophomore Year)

  • Attend fall and spring workshops orgnanized by Crummer (one each semester)
  • Achieve and maintain a 3.2 minimum cumulative GPA
  • Maintain good conduct and standing with the college
  • Complete major and Foundations curriculum requirements in order to complete within three years
  • Secure and complete an academic internship in the spring or summer
  • Explore and engage in opportunities to prepare for the GMAT

Third Year (Junior Year)

  • Attend fall and spring workshops orgnanized by Crummer (one each semester)
  • Achieve and maintain a 3.2 minimum cumulative GPA
  • Maintain good conduct and standing with the college
  • Complete major and Foundations curriculum requirements in order to complete within three years
  • Take the GMAT exam
  • Meet with a Crummer admissions representative and submit application to Crummer
  • Complete all undergraduate requirements by May of your junior year (year 3)

Fourth and Fifth Years

  • Begin Crummer curriculum
  • Graduate in May of fourth year from Rollins’ College of Liberal Arts
  • Graduate in May of fifth year from Crummer Graduate School of Business

Fasttrack

The Crummer MBA Advantage

Invest in Your Future

Supplementing your Rollins undergraduate degree with a Crummer MBA will give you a clear advantage in the job market and position you for success and leadership in whichever field or industry you pursue.

An Efficient and Powerful Path

By consolidating undergraduate and graduate career paths into five years rather than six, students save a year’s worth of time, as well as a year’s worth of tuition expenses.

Save Time

Save Money

Get Ahead

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What should I major in?
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How Do I Apply?
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Am I guaranteed admission into the Crummer MBA program?
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What if I will be graduating early? Does it affect my financing?
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Who Can I Contact for More Information?

What should I major in?

Accelerated Management Program students can major in anything they want! International Business majors make up 30% of students in the Accelerated Management Program, while others have majored in everything ranging from Studio Art to Environmental Studies.

How Do I Apply?

You will be asked if you would like to apply for the Accelerated Management Program on both the Rollins Application and the Common Application. Check the “yes” box if you are interested. In the application review process, the admission committee will review admission and program eligibility. Admission into AMP is very selective and is based on a combination of rigor of academic program, academic performance, standardized test scores and other admission criteria.

Am I guaranteed admission into the Crummer MBA program?

Admission into theCrummer MBA program is not guaranteed. AMP is designed to make participants strong and competitive applicants to the Crummer MBA program. Students go through the regular MBA application process and admission is based on a variety of factors, including undergraduate academic performance, GMAT scores, recommendations, and a personal statement.

What if I will be graduating early? Does it affect my financing?

Graduating early does not affect your admission into the Crummer Early Advantage Program; however, it can have significant funding implications. Once you have completed your requirements and 140 credit hours, you will have graduated from the College of Liberal Arts.  Most students graduate at the end of their fourth year.  However, some students graduate early, after the first semester of their fourth year.

College of Liberal Arts (CLA) scholarships apply ONLY to your CLA studies. If you are not going to graduate until the end of your fourth year, you will continue to receive any/all CLA funding through your entire first year at Crummer. However, if you graduate early, at the end of the first semester of your fourth year, you will NOT be eligible for any CLA scholarships for the rest of your fourth year (typically your first Spring semester at Crummer).

Because Crummer scholarships are typically awarded for fifth-year studies only for AMP students, any AMP student with a CLA scholarship who graduates before the conclusion of their fourth year will likely not receive scholarship funding for the remainder of their fourth year.

If you think you may be in a position to graduate early, please make sure to speak with your advisor to better understand the financial implications of doing so.

Who Can I Contact for More Information?

We welcome and encourage your outreach.

For more information regarding the Accelerated Management Program, contact Tres Loch, Director of Business Advising, at tloch@rollins.edu or 407-646-2408.

For more information about the Crummer MBA or Early Advantage MBA Program, contact Denise Turner, Crummer Recruitment Manager, at dturner1@rollins.edu or 407-646-2405.