New York's Binghamton University Launches One-Year MBA

New York's Binghamton University Launches One-Year MBA

The New York-based Binghamton University School of Management has launched a one-year MBA, according to the schools website.

The new MBA requires some prerequisite coursework in order to participate. For instance, applicants must have taken college coursework in microeconomics and statistics. However, incoming students can also take these prerequisites online before starting the program.

The following career tracks will be available in the school's new one-year MBA program:

  • Finance
  • Leadership/Consulting
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Marketing
  • Business Analytics

The new one-year MBA will be open to those who have clearly defined career goals. There is no mandatory internship included in this program.

Binghamton's new MBA begins in the summer and runs from June to May.

To apply for the program prospective candidates should have a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0 (preferably a 3.2 or higher), along with a GMAT score of 600 or a GRE score of 312.

For more information, please see the Binghamton University's One-Year MBA program page.


Image: "Binghamton university downtown center" by Binghamton University / CC BY-SA 3.0 (cropped)

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