EMBA Student Body
Executive MBA Students
Students in the Executive MBA program come from a wide variety of professional backgrounds. One of the strengths of the program is the diversity of the work and professional experience that the students bring to the program. The typical EMBA student can not be easily categorized by what they do or where they work. A more accurate description of the student would be an individual who is mature, focused and motivated.
EMBA 35 (new cohort for fall 2016) features:
|Age range||Late 20s to late 40s
Undergraduate Educational Background
|Business, Economics, and Finance
|Science, Humanities, and Others
Companies and Organizations
Students and graduates of the Executive MBA program can be found at diverse companies and organizations in the New York metropolitan area.
EMBA students come from work environments as diverse as large financial services companies, multinational corporations and Fortune 500 companies, the not-for-profit sector, government, health care, innovative technology companies, real estate development and management, the hospitality industry, telecommunications, as well as entrepreneurs.
Our graduates can be found at companies and organizations that are leaders in their field. Current students and recent graduates, while students worked for or can currently be found at:
Finance and Banking
Bank of America, UBS, Bloomberg LP, Citigroup, HSBC, JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, Smith Barney, PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Multinationals and Fortune 500 companies
American Standard, Bechtel, Hoffman-Laroche, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Meade, Pfizer, Hewlett-Packard, Hilton Hotels, and Time Inc.
Health Care, Government, Education and Not-For-Profit
US Department of Labor, US Patent Office, HIP Health Plans of NY, NY Public Library, NY Legal Aid Society, Mt. Sinai Beth Israel Hospital, Metropolitan Hospital, NYU Hospital, The United States Foreign Service, City of New York, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and the YMCA. Several alumni also hold positions for governments of other countries.
Media and Entertainment
Disney, Viacom, New York Times Company, Scholastic Publishing, Time Warner, and United Media.
Many students come to the program owning and operating their own business, seeking to learn how to grow their venture.