Post Master's Professional Certificate
Individuals holding a graduate degree in business or a related field who wish to continue their professional studies or pursue a new area of interest in depth may enroll in the post-master's program. Modules are available in each of the business areas listed below. (Due to heavy demand on courses by degree candidates, post-master’s applications can only be accepted in these modules.) The program is primarily for part-time students because of the nature of course sequencing and the availability of courses each semester. The program is not available to students on F-1 visas.
Each post-master's module is comprised of five courses to be selected in consultation with a program advisor. Requirements must be completed within three years. A Post-Master's Professional Certificate is awarded upon completion of the module with a minimum grade point average of 3.0.
- Information Systems
- Decision Sciences
- International Business
Applicants to the post-master’s program will have completed a master's degree in business or a related area from a recognized, accredited institution , with a minimum grade point average of 3.0. Transcripts are evaluated to determine if students have the appropriate background for the module requested. Enrollment in courses is on a space available basis.
The one-time administrative charge to enter the program is $125, and the per-credit tuition depends upon whether or not students have New York State Residency.
Kindly note that students pursuing in the PMCP do not have access to the services of the Graduate Career Management Center.
For information about admission to the Post-Master's Certificate Program, please contact the Office of MS Admissions at 646-312-1300 or ZicklinMSAdmissions@baruch.cuny.edu.
For course selection and advising, please contact Taneisha Green in the Office of Graduate Programs at 646-312-3132 or at ZicklinPTMBA@baruch.cuny.edu.
PLEASE NOTE: Admission to the program does not presuppose subsequent admission to Baruch graduate degree programs. Courses taken as part of the post-master’s program may not be used toward any subsequent degree at Baruch.