About Our Executive Programs
The Zicklin School of Business offers an Executive MBA, an Executive MS in Finance, and an Executive MS in Financial Statement Analysis (joint degree in Accounting and Finance).
With over 30 years of experience running executive programs and having graduated over 50 cohorts, we understand and deliver what working professionals need. Each program offers an unbeatable combination of quality, affordability and convenience.
The Zicklin School of Business is in the top tier of quality education, featured among “Top Colleges” (Princeton Review) and “Best Buy Colleges” (Forbes), and ranked in the top 100 business schools in the nation (US News 2013).
As the largest AACSB-accredited business school in the world, the Zicklin School draws from a large pool of internationally acclaimed and distinguished academic and professional faculty to teach in its Executive Programs. Our location in the heart of the business and financial world in New York gives students access to seasoned professionals and business leaders in and outside the classroom, making for a one-of-a-kind learning experience and unique networking opportunities.
Our outstanding resources include the William and Anita Newman Library, named best college library in the nation by the Association of College and Research Libraries, the Subotnick Financial Services Center and the Wasserman Trading Floor, the Field Center for Entrepreneurship, and the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity, which ensure that learning is topical, relevant and experiential.
Our programs are among the best values in business education, and more affordable than any other comparable Executive Programs in the New York area. A little-known fact is that they cost less than many regular (non-Executive) programs in the New York area.
Classes are held in our state-of-the-art Vertical Campus building, conveniently located in downtown Manhattan on Lexington Avenue between 24th and 25th Streets. The class schedule is designed to enable you to complete the degree within 10 months (for the Executive MS programs) or 22 months (for the Executive MBA) while working full-time. For the Executive MBA, classes are mostly held on Saturdays; for the Executive MS programs, classes are held on Saturdays and one weeknight per week.
All programs are cohort-based, so students take classes with the same group of experienced professionals from diverse educational, business, and international backgrounds. Students form strong and lifelong bonds with their cohort, which often becomes the core of their professional network.
Classroom discussions and student interactions reflect a wide range of viewpoints and experience. A small-team approach encourages students to work together to solve in-depth problems. An 8-day International Study Trip is included in the cost of the Executive MBA and Executive MS programs; students consider it the highlight of their program.
Each program's curriculum is designed to be rigorous and relevant, and to deliver instant ROI; that is, to ensure that concepts learned and skills acquired can immediately be incorporated into your professional day.
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