The MBA degree requires the completion of 36 to 45 credits depending on prior academic coursework. It consists of three segments of courses: the foundation, core and elective courses. The foundation includes three courses that ensure that students coming from an academic discipline outside of business can meet the prerequisite business knowledge required before entering the core. The MBA core includes eight courses. The core courses are designed to provide students with key concepts and strategies that pervade the functional areas of business management today. Students enrolled in the MBA program must take four elective courses. The elective courses provide flexibility in customizing the degree program to suit career goals. Students can be matriculated in the fall, spring or summer.
State University of New York at New Paltz: School of Business ×
Location: New Paltz, United States of America