MBA combines night classes with online learning, can be completed in 28 months

The Long Island-based Hofstra Unversity's Zarb School of Business is now offering an MBA program in Manhattan, according to the school's website.

Combining night classes with online curriculum, the program is designed for New York City professionals who want to keep working while going to school. Classes will take place one night per week on the Upper East Side.

Interested candidates must have at least three years of work experience to apply. Although the GMAT is required, it can be waived based on professional or academic experience.

The program can be completed in 28 months. It is set to begin this September.

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