NYU - Stern Announces New MBAs in Technology and Fashion & Luxury

New MBAs will be one year long; both will launch in May 2018

One-year MBA programs in Technology and Fashion & Luxury are on their way to New York University's Stern School of Business.

The new MBAs are designed for those who are certain that they want to go into either the technology industry or the fashion & luxury fields.

Both programs will include real-time, experiential learning, including projects for real companies. The Tech MBA will also include a trip to Silicon Valley; students in the Fashion & Luxury MBA will be able to take a trip to a global hub for fashion and luxury.

In terms of curriculum, the Tech MBA will cover a variety of topics, from Business Analytics to Emerging Technologies and Tech Product Management. Modules in the Fashion & Luxury MBA will address such topics as Retail Strategy, Luxury Marketing, and Consumer Behavior, among others.

The Tech MBA is geared towards candidates with strong technology backgrounds, and will prepare students for careers in fields like FinTech and Product Management. The Fashion & Luxury MBA is designed for students who want to land leadership roles in the fashion & luxury sectors.

FIND MBA lists NYU - Stern as one of the Top 10 Business Schools for a Career in Luxury Brand Management.

Both new one-year MBAs will launch in May 2018. The first deadline for both programs in September 15, 2017.

For more information, please see the NYU - Stern news release announcing the new one-year MBAs in Tech and Luxury & Fashion.

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