As a successful engineer, you already have a strong technical background along with the analytical approach needed to solve today’s complex challenges. An MBA is the ideal degree to demonstrate your business know-how and your leadership potential to employers.
The question is, how do you move into the next level? An MBA is the ideal degree to demonstrate your business know-how and your leadership potential to employers. Your engineering degree combined with an MBA validates your ability to apply analytical tools to real-world business problems.
Why Choose an MBA?
Employers are increasingly looking for individuals with the higher-level knowledge and decision-making skills to lead their organizations.
The Manhattan College MBA program puts the big picture in perspective, helping you to become a more innovative and productive professional. The program is taught by distinguished faculty and features a curriculum that explores decision-making and risk management, leadership and social justice, and organizations in competitive environments.
Whether you need to learn data analytics to discover emerging trends, financial acumen to assess new opportunities, or the overall management skills to move into the C-Suite, the Manhattan College MBA is the degree you need to elevate your career.
What Will You Learn?
Practice analytical decision-making and risk management
Develop an understanding of leadership, social justice and corporate responsibility
Gain an appreciation for ethical behavior in business
Learn about organizations and the competitive environment
Conduct hands-on research and participate in projects related to your studies
Choose elective courses that align with your goals
Have professional development opportunities
With the Manhattan College MBA program, you can earn your degree on a full-time or part-time basis. Our MBA degree can be earned in 15 months (including Summer and/or Winter intermission sessions) in one of the following concentrations:
Finance and Economics
Organizations, Markets, and Sustainability
The Manhattan College MBA degree on your resume demonstrates to employers that you’re ready for the next level.
Elevate your game. Step up to the Manhattan College MBA!
The Manhattan College MBA Degree Requirements
The General MBA Degree requirements for a professional with an engineering undergraduate degree would encompass two bridge classes and 12 courses (36 credits) in total:
1. Two (2) Foundation Classes would be required in:
Foundation Statistics and Management would be waived.
2. Six (6) Core Classes:
Accounting for Business Decision Making
Marketing Strategy and the Consumer Experience
Decision Modeling with Spreadsheets
3. Any four (4) concentration courses and one elective (Five course in total).
4. One Capstone Class:
Leadership and Organizational Behavior
For more information, please contact Richard Ross, Director of External Graduate Programs, at