Zicklin Graduate Programs

Zicklin Elective Courses

Zicklin courses use the following three letter signifier:  ACC, BUS, CIS, ECO, FIN, IBS, LAW, MGT, MKT, OPM, OPR, RES, STA, TAX.  Courses that use any other lettering are not in the Zicklin School of Business and will not count toward your program (courses that do not count are COM, FPA, MTH, PAF, PSY) . 

MBA General
The MBA General curriculum requires 18 credits of 9000-level electives that are selected based on skills required for the job, function, or industry the student is aiming for. Students may select courses from any academic department within Zicklin, provided the prerequisite courses are met, and may also select additional functional skills courses beyond the required 9 credits.

Students may take one course (up to 3 credits) from either the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences or the Marxe School of Public Affairs. 

Students should email the advising team at the Marxe School of Public and International Affairs for permission for Marxe graduate courses: mspia.advisement@baruch.cuny.edu

Students should email the advising team at the Weissman School of Arts & Sciences for permission for permission for Weissman graduate courses: wsas.graduate.advisement@baruch.cuny.edu

MS Programs
Students who are enrolled in a Zicklin MS Program may use this list as a guide for course selection if their program includes electives. As some MS programs do not have electives, please verify with your academic advisor if you have a question about how a course will count towards your degree program.

Notes for MBA and MS
Students should contact an academic or faculty advisor with questions about how these courses will fit into their programs.

Note that the course listings below are not exhaustive and will change as the curriculum is updated.  Students may select from any 9000-level course at Zicklin, provided the appropriate prerequisite courses are completed, even if it is not shown on the list below. 

Stan Ross Department of Accountancy
Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems and Statistics
Bert W. Wasserman Department of Economics and Finance
Department of Law
Narendra Paul Loomba Department of Management
Allen G. Aaronson Department of Marketing and International Business
William Newman Department of Real Estate