The Peter J. Tobin College of BusinessQueens Campus
To meet the technological, global and ethical challenges of the marketplace and society at large, the Management Department provides management education in a climate conducive to scholarship in managerial decision-making and human relation skills. The Department's objectives make the student aware of business' place in contemporary society, emphasizing the scope and responsibilities of business, the sociopolitical milieu in which it operates and the economy from which it derives. Students learn to develop intellectual competence and basic managerial skills in such functional fields as materials and operations management, personnel management, methods improvement, the management of information systems and international management.
This concentration takes an integrated approach to business management and is aimed at those students interested in the general management of the enterprise. The program is designed to provide students with the flexibility to meet their individual needs. Specifically, by choosing an appropriate course from the list of courses listed below, students can acquire expertise in such specialized areas as:
Or, students can choose a general approach to executive management. This program synthesizes the following general and specific aspects of modern management: strategic management, global management, managerial problem-solving and decision-making, management information systems, entrepreneurial management, organizational behavior, human relations, corporate social responsibility and management of change.
Please see a list of our Management faculty.
For additional information on the Master of Business Administration, please contact the faculty program director:
K. Matthew Wong, Professor
Department of Economics and Finance
Tobin 345[email protected]
The MBA curriculum is designed to allow for innovative approaches to in-class learning and expands on the development of a real world skill-set that students can apply immediately to their emerging careers.
The MBA Structure is as follows:
8 Core Courses(24 credits)ACC 602: Global Financial and Managerial ReportingDS 602: Business AnalyticsECO 606: Industrial EconomicsFIN 607: Financial ManagementLAW 600: Law, Ethics and the Principled Path in BusinessMGT 601: Managing for Global SuccessMKT 600: Decisions in Marketing ManagementRMI 601: Risk Management
1 Required Capstone Course(3 credits)MGT 700: Seminar in Business Policy
3 Concentration Field Courses(9 credits)MGT 600 Contemporary Issues in ManagementMGT 621 Decision Support SystemsMGT 622 Theory and Applications of Management Information SystemsMGT 623 Management of Human ResourcesMGT 628 Operations Management and Management SystemsMGT 631 Leading Modern OrganizationsMGT 632 Organizational TheoryMGT 640 Seminar in EntrepreneurshipMGT 645 Management of Creativity and InnovationMGT 650 Managing a Web-based Entrepreneurial BusinessMGT 651 Creating an E-Commerce BusinessMGT 652 Seminar in International ManagementMGT 653 Managing for SustainabilityMGT 654 Global Information SystemsMGT 659 International Business PolicyMGT 661 Compensation, Training and Development and Labor RelationsMGT 662 International Human Resource ManagementMGT 663 Strategic and Risk Human Resource ManagementMGT 680 Organizational Development: Managing ChangeMGT 685 Managing and Staffing Virtual OrganizationsMGT 690 E-commerce Impacts on OrganizationsMGT 699 Management Internship
All students must have, as a minimum academic credential, the equivalent of a United States' bachelor's degree and demonstrated competency in pre-calculus mathematics and basic computer use. Students are evaluated based on their undergraduate academic performance, score on the GMAT, professional accomplishments, letters of recommendation, statements of professional goals and other materials which the candidate may wish to share with the Admissions Committee.
Application RequirementsAll applicants must possess a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution or the international equivalent prior to enrollment at the graduate level. In addition to the application form and non-refundable application fee candidates should submit the following:
For additional information, please contact:
The Peter J. Tobin College of BusinessOffice of Graduate Admission8000 Utopia ParkwaySuite 114Queens, NY 11439718-990-1345[email protected]
The goal of this program is to expand the learning experience of our students beyond traditional problem-solving and decisionmaking methods, to include the examination of the impact of the global business environment, information technology and the social system on the operations of the business firm.
The Department of Management also offers the Colman Mockler International Responsible Corporate Leadership Program. This program brings distinguished business leaders to give talks and workshops for students and faculty and to visit classes. Past speakers include Warren Buffett, Al Zeien, Chairman and CEO of Gillette and Patrick Purcell, President, Publisher and Owner of The Boston Herald and Jobfind.com.