NYC MBA??


Anna777
Hi there,

Does any one know of a MBA program in NYC which is inexpensive with a good reputation and the degree would have good values in terms of job applications?? Thank you for your help :)
Hi there,

Does any one know of a MBA program in NYC which is inexpensive with a good reputation and the degree would have good values in terms of job applications?? Thank you for your help :)
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Mateo
I would look into these programs to start. But inexpensive might be a little hard to find. It is NYC, after all. Good luck!

City University of New York (CUNY) - Baruch College - Zicklin School of Business
http://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/programs/graduate/mba

Columbia Business School (CBS), Columbia University
http://www4.gsb.columbia.edu/mba

Pace University - Lubin School of Business
http://www.pace.edu/lubin/lubin-academic-programs/graduate-programs/mba-programs/
I would look into these programs to start. But inexpensive might be a little hard to find. It is NYC, after all. Good luck!

City University of New York (CUNY) - Baruch College - Zicklin School of Business
http://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/programs/graduate/mba

Columbia Business School (CBS), Columbia University
http://www4.gsb.columbia.edu/mba

Pace University - Lubin School of Business
http://www.pace.edu/lubin/lubin-academic-programs/graduate-programs/mba-programs/
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Anna777
Thank you very much Mateo :)
Thank you very much Mateo :)
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mb6cubed
If you want inexpensive then Baruch is the best choice. Here are the other NYC schools:

Expensive:
-NYU
-Columbia
-Fordham

Mid 20k to almost 30k a year:
-Pace
-St. Johns (they have a Manhattan Campus with main MBA programs).

Suburbs of NYC:
-Hofstra
-Rutgers (very good school and less expensive)
-Fairfield
-Sacred Heart
-UConn (Stamford Campus)
If you want inexpensive then Baruch is the best choice. Here are the other NYC schools:

Expensive:
-NYU
-Columbia
-Fordham

Mid 20k to almost 30k a year:
-Pace
-St. Johns (they have a Manhattan Campus with main MBA programs).

Suburbs of NYC:
-Hofstra
-Rutgers (very good school and less expensive)
-Fairfield
-Sacred Heart
-UConn (Stamford Campus)
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Mateo
I would suggest Rutgers for the suburbs. It's very close to NYC and I've heard all good things about it, from alumni. What sector are you interested in pursuing?
I would suggest Rutgers for the suburbs. It's very close to NYC and I've heard all good things about it, from alumni. What sector are you interested in pursuing?
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Anna777
Thank you very much for all the great answers.

I have a bachelor of Fashion/ textile and jewellery design, a Graduate Certificate in Project Management, as well as PMP... would like to pursue my own fashion business in the future, since I don't have the capital yet, therefore I should work for a couple of years prior to my goal. I am thinking of Executive MBA. Please let me know what you think. Thanks
Thank you very much for all the great answers.

I have a bachelor of Fashion/ textile and jewellery design, a Graduate Certificate in Project Management, as well as PMP... would like to pursue my own fashion business in the future, since I don't have the capital yet, therefore I should work for a couple of years prior to my goal. I am thinking of Executive MBA. Please let me know what you think. Thanks
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Boyana
Hello!

My personal advice is to visit one of the One-to-One MBA events organized in New York and to talk in person with schools' admission directors. It will be very useful for your descision.
Hello!

My personal advice is to visit one of the One-to-One MBA events organized in New York and to talk in person with schools' admission directors. It will be very useful for your descision.
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Anna777
Thanks dear :)
Thanks dear :)
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Mateo
Based on your degrees and experience, I would say an MBA with an Entrepreneurial focus would suit you, since you'd like to launch your own business. Both Baruch and Rutgers offer a good program.
Based on your degrees and experience, I would say an MBA with an Entrepreneurial focus would suit you, since you'd like to launch your own business. Both Baruch and Rutgers offer a good program.

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Anna777
Thank you dear ;)
Thank you dear ;)
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Hi,

I agree that entrepreneurship may be a good path for you.

Why do you want to apply for Executive MBA?
If I well understood you have just a couple of years experience and that's usually not enough.

Katherine Watson
Hi,

I agree that entrepreneurship may be a good path for you.

Why do you want to apply for Executive MBA?
If I well understood you have just a couple of years experience and that's usually not enough.

Katherine Watson
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sia
I'm working as a med rep in pharmaceutical company.
Anybody know about a related MBA in this field in NYC?
Thank you.
I'm working as a med rep in pharmaceutical company.
Anybody know about a related MBA in this field in NYC?
Thank you.
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Duncan
I don't think there is an MBA in being a med rep in a pharmaceutical company. What are your career goals? What knowledge and skill do you want to develop?
I don't think there is an MBA in being a med rep in a pharmaceutical company. What are your career goals? What knowledge and skill do you want to develop?
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ralph
I'm working as a med rep in pharmaceutical company.
Anybody know about a related MBA in this field in NYC?
Thank you.

Look at Columbia. Specifically, the "Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Management Program," or one of the school's robust dual-degree options.

Or, if you can go outside the city, check out the options at Cornell and Rutgers.

Otherwise, depending on your situation, a general MBA at one of the NYC schools (CUNY, NYU Stern) might work.
<blockquote>I'm working as a med rep in pharmaceutical company.
Anybody know about a related MBA in this field in NYC?
Thank you.</blockquote>
Look at Columbia. Specifically, the "Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Management Program," or one of the school's robust dual-degree options.

Or, if you can go outside the city, check out the options at Cornell and Rutgers.

Otherwise, depending on your situation, a general MBA at one of the NYC schools (CUNY, NYU Stern) might work.
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