M.B.A.

The M.B.A. program is open to all full-time undergraduate students at Manhattan College. Students should apply during the spring semester of their junior year as this will allow maximum flexibility in M.B.A. course scheduling and give the applicant time to remedy any deficiencies in their application. Applications from seniors will be accepted.

The M.B.A. program is meant for full-time students. The scheduling of M.B.A. classes may not be flexible enough for a student to take a part-time job. This should be a factor in deciding whether to apply to the program.

Each year the program director holds an M.B.A. information session on campus. All juniors and seniors will be notified via e-mail about this event. Interested students should attend this event to learn about the program’s requirements and begin the application process. Anyone unable to attend should contact the M.B.A. director.

Program Tracks

Two different M.B.A. tracks are offered:

  • B.S. Business/M.B.A.: This program allows School of Business students to complete both their undergraduate business degree and M.B.A. in five years. Students will complete 150 undergraduate and graduate credit hours over a five-year period.
  • B.S. in Professional Accounting/M.B.A.:  This program allows School of Business students to complete both their undergraduate accounting degree and M.B.A. in five years. Accounting students are expected to complete this track. Students will complete 153 undergraduate and graduate credit hours over a five year period.

Core Requirement Summary

The core consists of three modules. Students must complete at least two courses in each module. Students may use additional courses from any of the modules toward the electives requirement of the program. See the course catalog for detailed information:

M.B.A. Core Requirement Summary

M.B.A. Application Criteria

Applicants should have an overall G.P.A. of at least 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) and a GMAT score of at least 500 is preferred. See the course catalog for detailed information:

M.B.A. Application Criteria