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School of Management

MBA

At Binghamton University, our MBA programs provide motivated individuals with the necessary skills, experiences and insights to emerge among the future leaders of business.

With real world experiences and lessons taught by a team of dedicated professionals, we ensure our students learn to think critically, communicate effectively and take initiative to support their future career goals.

 

 

Accelerate your Path to Profession

Looking to gain a competitive edge in the job market? Our MBA program options are carefully designed to help you save both time and money on your academic journey.

  • Four-Semester MBA option - available to students of all undergraduate majors
  • One-Year MBA option (NEW) - available to students with prerequisite coursework in statistics and economics
  • Management fast-track MBA - available to students who have earned a bachelor's degree in business from an AACSB-accredited school within the last five years
  • Harpur fast-track MBA - available to current Binghamton University undergraduates in Harpur College of Arts and Sciences
  • Watson fast-track MBA - available to current Binghamton University undergraduates in the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science
  • Professional MBA program in NYC - A one-year option designed for full-time working professionals in NYC, with classes held on Saturdays only

Experiential Opportunities

The experiential opportunities the School of Management provides are second to none, allowing students to develop the hands-on skillsets needed for their career. Opportunities include:

  • Create a comprehensive media campaign for Zenith, one of the largest media marketing agencies in the country, in the Strategic Media Planning course.
  • Work closely with Deloitte client-serving professionals to develop cybersecurity expertise and project management/teamwork skills in the Deloitte Cybersecurity course.
  • Consult with regional and local organizations on strategic leadership and change management practices in the Strategic Leadership course.
  • Develop industry reports with a team of equity research analysts in New York City through the Jefferies Externship Program.
  • Analyze supply chain efficiency and make management recommendations for real-world companies like Mazda Motors  through a Supply Chain Management project course.
  • Manage the Binghamton University Investment Fund portfolio worth $300k and gain invaluable experience in following the financial markets and valuing companies.

Professional Development

Our MBA programs emphasize real-world challenges and encourages you to work independently and in collaboration. Beyond the classroom, we prepare our students to pursue careers through professional development courses that include job search strategies, development of networking and interviewing skills and interaction with employer guest speakers.

Learn more about the School of Management Career Services Office, which is always available as a resource to both students and alumni.

Reputation

  • 15th on list of "A-list" MBA Programs in U.S. (CollegeAtlas.org)
  • Number 43 top public school MBA program and #76 overall (U.S. News & World Report)
  • 7th best business school with least debt for full time MBA students (U.S. News & World Report)
  • 29th on list of Best Business Schools for Avoiding Massive MBA Debt (Student Loan Hero)

After You Graduate

Binghamton University’s School of Management is a leading source of new hires for a range of corporate firms, including EY, PwC, Deloitte and KPMG. With the school’s strong national reputation, alumni are also actively sought out by regional firms and government agencies, such as the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Nearly 90% of recent graduates received full-time job offers within 90 days of graduating.

Recent graduates have also gone on to work for Grant Thornton, Microsoft, Mazda, AlphaSights, Protiviti, Citi and Amphenol Aerospace.

Class Profile

Total Enrollment: 107
GMAT: 603
GPA: 3.5

*Score(s) represent the AVERAGE for the most recently admitted class. Scoring lower will not result in automatic rejection of your application, and scoring higher does not guarantee acceptance.

Admissions

Information regarding admissions, financial aid, housing, program costs and visiting Binghamton University's campus is presented on the Graduate School

With the exception of our Management Fast-Track and Professional MBA programs, no previous business coursework is required for admission into our program. Well-developed English and computer skills, as well as a working knowledge of calculus, are beneficial.

Complete instructions for applying to Binghamton University are available on the Graduate School's how to apply webpage. If you have questions regarding application submission, contact the Graduate School at 607–777–2151 or gradadmission@binghamton.edu.

This information is subject to change. While we make every effort to update these program pages, we recommend that you contact the department with questions about program-specific requirements.

Application Procedures for Teaching Assistant and Graduate Assistant Positions

All eligible applicants for admission are considered for assistantship positions within the academic area that they are applying to during the admissions process. The department evaluates all their existing and incoming graduate students and then decides who to award an assistantship to. Essentially everyone that is eligible for admission along with current students are considered for assistantships.

Deadlines

Degree Fall Spring
MBA in Business Administration Rolling (March 1 Recommended) Part-Time Only: Rolling (November 15 Recommended)
MBA in Business Administration, Fast-Track Professional (NYC) Rolling Rolling

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Last Updated: 4/24/18