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Evening MBA Program

The Zicklin Evening MBA is for working professionals who seek maximum flexibility in completing their degree requirements.

MBA Brochure

Zicklin’s Evening MBA provides preparation for a competitive business environment at a great value. Our students come from broad professional and educational backgrounds. Such diversity affords rich learning experiences, limitless networking, and opportunities to develop as an individual, a teammate, and a leader.

The historic mission of Baruch College and The City University of New York is to provide quality graduate public education to students who wish or need to work while completing their degree.

Is this Program for you?

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The Zicklin Evening MBA is for working professionals who seek maximum flexibility in completing their degree requirements. The program admits in both fall and spring semesters. You are able to pace your degree progress based on your commitments and responsibilities. The MBA will enhance the knowledge you need for success in your current career path and provide the foundation to explore new possibilities.

 

Program Structure

You may vary the number of courses and credits you take each semester depending upon your personal and professional circumstances.  You will average six credits (two or three courses) each fall and spring semester if you attend part-time, 9 or more credits if you attend full-time.  Selected courses are available in January and summer.  On average, you can complete the program in three years.  Courses are offered in the evening and generally meet two nights a week on a Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday schedule, from 5:50 p.m. - 7:05 p.m. or from 7:30 p.m. - 8:45 p.m.  A limited number of Friday evening and day-time weekend courses are also available.

You may also take advantage of short-term study abroad opportunities during the January Intersession.

NYS-CPA Accountancy Program - Students following the New York State CPA Accountancy curriculum will complete 61 - 73 credits.  See the Accountancy page for curriculum details.

Evening MBA Curriculum*

Foundational/Fundamental Skills (18 credits)

Credits

BUS 9551 Business Communication I

1.5

BUS 9552 Business Communication II

1.5

ECO 9730 Firms in the Global Economy

1.5

IBS 9600 Introduction to International Business

1.5

LAW 9201 Overview of Business Law and Ethics

1.5

MGT 9200 Business and Society Relationships

1.5

MGT 9301 Managing People and Organizations

3

MGT 9600 Strategy and Competitive Advantage

3

STA 9708 Managerial Statistics

3

Total

18

 

Functional Skills (At least 4 courses required; advised based on background)

Credits

ACC 9110 Financial Reporting

3

CIS 9000 Information Technology Strategy

3

CIS 9557 Business Analytics

3

FIN 9770 Corporate Finance

3

MGT 9700 Managing Business Operations

3

MGT 9973 Managing Creativity, Ideation and Innovation in Startups and Corporations

3

MKT 9703 Marketing Management

3

Total

12

Capstone Experience

Credits

BUS 9601 Business Consulting Practicum

3

Total

3

Electives

Credits

Career Path Electives of Choice

15

Total

15

Degree Overview

Foundational/Fundamental Skills: 18 credits
Functional skills: 12 credits
Electives: 15 credits
Business Consulting Practicum (BUS 9601): 3 credits
Degree Total: 48 credits minimum

*Students following the New York State CPA Accountancy curriculum will take 61 - 73 credits.  See the Accountancy page for curriculum details.

Prospective students:

Office of Graduate Admissions
Phone: (646) 312-1300
E-mail: ZicklinMBAAdmissions@baruch.cuny.edu
Website: Graduate Admissions

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