Full-Time MBA

 

“My cohort comes from diverse backgrounds, careers, and countries – it’s a journey of discovery for everyone of us,” says Zicklin Full-Time MBA student Shamika Gupte (’23).

 

Full-Time MBA student Nathan Mills transitioned from a career in music to finance at Zicklin: “I would have never gotten the job I have now in finance without the lessons learned and the opportunities provided through Zicklin.”

Zicklin’s top-ranked Full-Time MBA is your connection to the business world. 

Immerse yourself in your educational experience with this two-year, daytime program at the #1 ranked public business school in New York City. 

MBA Brochure

Fast Facts

  • 48 credits in two years
  • Customizable curriculum 
  • Generous scholarships
  • Summer internship 
  • Dedicated career advisor
  • Consulting capstone course 

Zicklin’s top-ranked Full-Time MBA is a rigorous, rewarding opportunity to immerse yourself in your educational experience. It’s cohort-based: you and your classmates progress together through the same core curriculum, which encourages collaboration and peer learning. A career-focused curriculum allows you to create a custom specialization that will prepare you for your chosen profession. 

Is this program for you?

The Full-Time MBA is optimal for career changers—whether you’re moving from one industry to a completely new one, or moving into a new functional area within your current field. Our students come from a wide variety of professional and academic experiences, but all possess the important traits of leadership potential, vision, and ambition.

 

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Career Outcomes
Companies that employ Zicklin graduates

Amex, Barclays, Deloitte, Moodys, New York Life, Nielsen, NYU Langone Medical Center

Positions

Project Manager, Senior Business Analyst, Digital Marketing Associate, Strategic Analyst, Senior Data Analyst, Product Developer

Program Overview

Find out more about our what sets Zicklin’s Full-Time MBA apart from our other MBA programs:

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