Full-Time MBA Program
The Zicklin Full-Time MBA offers an extraordinary value: ranked top 50 by Forbes for five-year ROI and #1 by US News in value at graduation. Our faculty are consistently ranked among the best in their respective fields, and deliver a curriculum that is comprehensive and relevant.
The Full-Time MBA is built around a cohort of students admitted in either fall or spring semester. Designed to be completed in four semesters (22 months for fall entry or 17 months for spring entry), it is optimal for those who have the drive and commitment to change careers – whether moving from one industry to a completely new one, or moving into a new functional area within an industry.
The Full-Time MBA does not reside solely in a classroom. The curriculum is complemented by resources, activities, and opportunities that together enrich and infuse your MBA experience. The program’s format allows you the time and resources to integrate critical career management activities into your total experience. With knowledge and technical skills in hand, you will engage regularly in professional development and personal networking activities. These latter activities are the bedrock of your success in the marketplace. And with New York City as your campus green, and over 100,000 living alumni of Baruch College, what better place to launch a new career trajectory.
- Comprehensive three-week Pre-Term Orientation covering professional development, team building, and communications.
Cohort learning environment throughout the MBA core.
Leadership opportunities: competitions, clubs, travel grants, and community service.
Diverse learning teams in the first year of study.
The Career Management Program: providing the tools and resources for you to build a career strategy.
- Dedicated student services including reserved study space, and individual/small group advising.
Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis to our most qualified and accomplished students at the time of admission. No separate application is required.
All matriculated students may apply for Graduate Assistantships. GA's may work with faculty, or an academic or administrative department.