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M.B.A., M.S., and Online Programs

M.B.A.

Full-Time M.B.A. Program
Our 36-credit Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program has a revised focus on case studies, real-world projects and a global perspective that transcends the normal classroom experience while giving students a broad understanding of pertinent business fields and connecting them with alumni and corporate executives.

Students have the opportunity to focus in the following disciplines: advisory services, business analytics, computer information systems, enterprise risk management, executive management, finance, interdisciplinary business, international business, investment analysis, marketing management, risk management and insurance, and taxation.

Part-time M.B.A. Program
Students are able to take our 36-credit program on a part-time basis in the evening at our state-of-the-art Manhattan campus or on our main campus in Queens, New York. These students will have access to the same global programs available to full-time students and are able to focus in any of the concentrations listed below. Applicants are required to have at least 2-5 years of industry experience to qualify for the part-time program.

Masters of Science

The Peter J. Tobin College of Business offers several Master of Science (M.S.) degree programs for graduate students who wish to narrow their academic focus.

These rigorous programs are designed to meet personal career objectives in a specific area of interest through challenging and enriching courses. The number of credits required for completion range from 30-39 credits, depending on the program and prior academic preparation.

Career Outcomes

Partnering with the University's award-winning Career Center, the Tobin College of Business nurtures every student's career development from the moment they enroll.

Attracted by our reputation for outstanding graduates and our New York City location, representatives from corporations, non-profitsm and government agencies visit campus to recruit our students.