Our new and innovative curriculum was designed specifically to accelerate your progress through this highly-ranked AACSB-accredited MBA program. We do this by integrating courses, identifying key skills and concepts necessary for success in business, and then helping you to master these skills and concepts through class discussions, cases, guest lectures, and projects.
The program includes a New York Residency, a Corporate Consulting Project, and an International Residency.
July - August, Foundation Work
- On-line Quantitative Methods Module
- On-Line Accounting Module
August - September, Term 1 (5 weeks)
- ADMN 919 Management Accounting
- ADMN 912 Organizational Behavior
October - December, Term 2 (10 weeks)
- ADMN 970 Economics
- ADMN 960 Marketing Management
- ADMN 926 Information Systems and Enterprise Integration
- ADMN 930 Financial Management
January - March, Term 3 (10 weeks)
- ADMN 956 Managerial Decision Making
- ADMN 952 Organizations, Leadership, and Environments
- ADMN 840 International Business (includes Residency)
- Elective more...
March - May, Term 4 (10 weeks)
- ADMIN 940 Technology & Operations Management
- ADMIN 982 Strategic Managment: Decision Making
May - June, Term 5 (5 weeks)
- Corporate Consulting Project - Core courses and electives build an understanding of the business environment, and the Corporate Consulting Project (CCP) provides a first-rate opportunity to apply this knowledge to the real world of business. The class works closely with major companies such as Fidelity Investments and Liberty Mutual Life Insurance; the class is divided into small teams and each team is assigned a real-life problem. Teams work closely with the host company and faculty advisors. At the end of the projects, the class makes presentations to company sponsors.