Connect-School-of-Management
News and Events
News
Events

Nov 18 2014

NYIT Celebrates International Education Week

Nov 10 2014

Men’s Soccer Wins ECC Championship with 1-0 Victory over LIU Post

Nov 07 2014

Dr. Jerry Balentine New Vice President for Medical Affairs and Global Health

Nov 07 2014

NYIT Management Students Advance to Fed Challenge Semi-Finals

Nov 04 2014

NYIT’s STEAM Career Fair Links Students to Employers

Nov 24 2014

Device Control for Energy Efficiency and Demand Response

Nov 24 2014

Movember Celebration

Dec 01 2014

Job Search Strategies

Dec 01 2014

Head in the Cloud? Protecting Your Privacy in a Mobile World

Dec 01 2014

Give ‘Em the Business: Resources for Management Students

M.B.A. Programs

Why Our M.B.A.?

The School of Management's new and transformational M.B.A. program reflects best practice approaches to quality management education worldwide. Built in a style that reflects the trending MiM (Master's in Management) programs that are emerging in the USA, and are currently prevalent in Europe, Asia, Australia, Canada, and other nations, the School of Management M.B.A. program provides a cutting edge learning experience that rivals those offered at the world's leading and innovative business schools. Primarily targeting pre-experience aspiring young professionals, and students from diverse international and academic backgrounds, the program aim is to prepare its graduates for future leadership roles. Unique program features include:

  • Scope of Coverage: The M.B.A. program core's unique modular structure, including twelve 1.5-credit hour courses, in addition to one 3-credit hour capstone (supplemented by electives or concentration courses) increases the scope of coverage relative to more traditional programs and the student's ability to see the whole picture;
  • Incremental Knowledge: The curriculum is designed to advance the student's depth of knowledge by including no material that overlaps that of the undergraduate business experience, This approach is facilitated by the seamless transition of the pre-experience student from the undergraduate into the graduate program and results in graduates whose knowledge and exposure surpasses that of students in more traditional style MBA programs; for students without a business background the school also offers a portfolio of business foundation courses completed prior to enrolling into the M.B.A. program core;
  • Taxonomy: The incremental structure of the curriculum also includes a focus on higher order taxonomies in the cognitive domain associated with analysis, synthesis and evaluation. Coupled with the program's emphasis on advanced level conceptual foundations and analytical skill development, this ensures that graduates are well prepared to enter the workforce and advance rapidly towards higher-order decision-making positions;
  • Leadership: The M.B.A. program includes a tightly articulated program goal towards ensuring that graduates can "Lead effectively, especially in an uncertain business environment," and facilitates this goal attainment through a combination of case studies, co-curricular seminars and workshops on personal development and leadership, and numerous team exercises;
  • Diversity: attracting students from over 100 nations and delivering its programs worldwide in English, the program ensures the significant consideration of global perspectives in the academic curriculum. Moreover, the curriculum is contextualized so that localized business priorities form the context of the course content where the course is delivered;
  • The Truly Global M.B.A.: Four countries - one M.B.A.. Students may take advantage of the opportunity for full global immersion by choosing the global option for the M.B.A. that includes one full semester of study at each of four global campus locations (USA, China, Middle East, Canada) towards completing degree requirements; and
  • Program Completion: Flexible programming options permit the student to complete the program in as little as one year, depending on prior preparation and location.

Enroll now and experience tomorrow's M.B.A. today!

Post-experience students, those that have significant managerial experience, or senior professionals may wish to consider the School of Management Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) program, designed to address the practical applications of business theory and practice through the collective lens of professional experience of fellow classmates.

For more information about the School of Management M.B.A. program, please contact:

Ms. Yu Sze Ang
M.B.A. Program Coordinator
Phone: 212.261.1595
E-Mail: ysang@nyit.edu

Contact Us

New York »

Old Westbury
Constance Canning

Wisser Library
516.686.7838
Email Us | Map It

Manhattan
Yu Sze Ang

16 West 61 St., rm. 810C
212.261.1601
Email Us | Map It

Canada »

Petra Dilling
Vancouver

701 W. Georgia St., Suite 1700
604.639.0942
Email Us | Map It

China »

Scott Liu
Nanjing, Tongji, JUFE

c/o Scott Liu, Old Westbury
(+1) 516.686.7462
Email Us | Map It

United Arab Emirates »

Gantasala Prabhakar
Abu Dhabi

CERT Technology Park
(+971) 2 4048 658
Email Us | Map It


Library_Skyscraper