If you are seeking an M.B.A. program that offers you a comprehensive and challenging business curriculum combined with convenient scheduling, excellent instruction, dynamic networking, continuous personal advising and a convenient, popular location, the M.B.A. program at Long Island University's Brooklyn Campus is the right choice for you.
The 36 to 63-credit Master’s of Business Administration (number of credits is based on your undergraduate coursework) provides the knowledge base and skills that enable professionals to become leaders in business by offering a comprehensive program which meets the needs of an ever-changing, global business environment. The program is offered on a part-time basis during the evenings and weekends with 15- and 7-week semesters, to accommodate the schedules of busy working professionals who are interested in advancing their careers. When you enroll in the program, you will join students representing every continent and possessing a variety of professional backgrounds, including those who work in corporate entities, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies.
You will gain an understanding of the fundamental principles of business through the required courses. In addition, you will develop expertise and mindset in a specific field by focusing on an area of concentration. This will provide you with a powerful combination of in-depth knowledge and skill set development that is designed to increase your marketability and to serve you throughout your career.
The standards for admission as a fully matriculated student in the M.B.A. program are as follows:
A bachelor’s degree with a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average from an accredited institution.
Results of the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or Graduate Record Exam (GRE) unless the applicant already holds a master’s or a J.D. degree from an accredited institution or holds a Certified Public Accountant license.
Official transcripts from all colleges and universities previously attended (foreign documents must be accompanied by a certified English translation).
Official score report of the TOEFL examination for applicants with degrees from foreign colleges and universities.
A written statement-outlining applicant’s objectives for seeking admission into the program.
A current résumé.
Two letters of recommendation.
A completed application submitted to the Office of Admissions.