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MBA

​A master of business administration (MBA) degree is the internationally-recognized standard in leadership and management. Earning an MBA can enhance your career opportunities not only in business, but also in healthcare, government, technology and many other fields. The O’Malley MBA is high quality, effective, and flexible. We work with your schedule: Part-time and fulltime options, evening courses, in person or online. Low cost and the potential to complete your degree in as little as 18 months make the O’Malley MBA the best choice in NYC for accelerating your career.

Why Choose an MBA?

The Manhattan College MBA program puts the big picture in perspective, helping you to become a more innovative and productive professional. It is open to all qualified professionals who have completed an undergraduate degree at an accredited institution of higher learning. 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.

In addition to our MBA for working professionals, check out our 5th year programs.

You Don’t Need a Business Background

The MBA program is open to all students who hold a bachelor's degree in any discipline from an accredited institution of higher learning. If your undergraduate degree was not in a business-related field, we offer the MBA Bridge Program — a set of four accelerated courses that cover the essential foundations of an undergraduate business education. These four courses are offered online and can be completed during the 14-week summer semester, with two courses taken per seven-week session.  

MBA Concentrations

The MBA Program offers concentrations that give students a competitive edge in the fastest growing areas in business. Students can choose to specialize in Business Analytics, Finance, and Economics, or Organizations, Markets, and Sustainability. The MBA Program can also be taken as the Flex MBA Option with a broad exposure to a range of concentration courses.  Learn more about MBA concentrations.

On Campus or Online

The MBA degree can be completed as a full or part-time student. Courses are offered on-campus and online. Whether you are in the classroom, or on your laptop, you will have face-to-face time with your professors. You will get the chance to work on small-group projects and computer-based exercises with classmates.

Experiential Learning

Today, employers are looking for experience in addition to conceptual understanding. Our on-campus program's strong experiential learning component offers a variety of opportunities to apply knowledge in a real-world setting. This can include:

  • Internships: Our students have landed summer or semester-long internships at prominent companies including Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, Morgan Stanley and the New York Mets.
  • International Study TripsEach year, MBA students have the opportunity to learn in a global location. Previous trips, with extensive visits to local business and corporations, have been to France, India, Peru, and Dubai. 
  • Business Plan Projects: Our students traveled to Frankfurt, Germany, where they prepared a business plan for an emerging energy company, met a vice president of Deutsche Bank and visited the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
  • Entrepreneurial Projects: Our MBA students worked with chemical engineering students to create and market a natural hair-dye product for L’Oreal and develop markets for new uses of olive oil produced in Palestine.
  • Research: Our students placed second in the Baylor University-USASBE Student Case Writing Competition.

What Will You Learn?

  • MBA Curriculum with Concentrations (12 courses - 36 credits)

    Capstone - Leadership and Organizational Behavior (MBAC 622) 

    Core Courses - 6 courses 

    Professional  Ethics (MBA 710) 

    Accounting For Business Decision Making (MBA 630) 

    Managerial Economics (MBA 635) 

    Financial Management (MBA 618) 

    Marketing Strategy and the Consumer Experience (MBA 637) 

    Decision Modeling with Spreadsheets (MBA 617) 

    Elective - An approved course not taken to fulfill other requirements (e.g., MBA644 Employment Law) 

    Concentrations (Any 4 of the courses listed under the concentration name) 

     

    Business Analytics 

    MBA 611 - Advanced Data Analysis 

    MBA 615 - Computing in R 

    MBA 620 - Advanced Data and Information Management 

    MBA 646 - Project Management 

    MBA 601 or 602 - Internship or Research 

     

    Finance and Economics 

    MBA 616 - Stock Market & Corp Val. 

    MBA 626 - Env. Econ, and Policy 

    MBA 638 - Markets, States, and Policies in the Global Economy 

    MBA 639 - Corporate Finance 

    MBA 601 or 602 - Internship or Research 

     

    Organizations, Markets & Sustainability 

    MBA 624 - Going Global: Business and Society 

    MBA 625: Creativity for Entrepreneurs 

    MBA 631 - Innovation Management 

    MBA 633 - Managing/Marketing Service Business 

    MBA 636 - Supply Chain Analysis 

    MBA 720 - Advanced Strategic Management 

    MBA 601 or 602 - Internship or Research 

     

    General MBA Curriculum

    The General MBA Concentration allows students to take their choice of any four courses from the other concentrations.

    •  (12 courses - 36 credits): 6 core courses, 4 courses across concentrations, 1 elective (e.g., MBA644 Employment Law), and the Capstone course 

As an MBA student, you will:

  • 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

See degree requirements

What Will You Do?

Earning an MBA elevates your leadership potential in the world of business. New York City is the ideal location to put it into practice at a global firm, a leading nonprofit or a new start-up.

Recent Employers of Manhattan College MBA Graduates

AECOM
AXA
Andersen Tax
BNY Mellon
Baker Tilly
Bloomberg LP
Broadridge Financial Solutions
CA Technologies
Columbia Medical Center
Consolidated Edison
Datazoom, Inc.
Dataxu
Deloitte
EY
EisnerAmper
Empire Merchants
Ernst & Young
The Estee Lauder Companies
FTI Consulting
Friedman LLP
Fitz & co
Grace Industries
HedgeServ
JGM Fund Services
KPMG
MJH Associates
MMCC
Magnet Media Inc
Maier Markey & Justic, LLP
Main Street Hub
Manhattan College
Mass Mutual
Matthew Dipasquale, CPA, LLC
Molloy College
NCC
NYCB
NYCDOT
New York Life Insurance Company
New York Mets
Odyssey Group
Office Depot HQ
PKF O’Connor Davies LLP
PWC
Prager Metis
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Robert Director Associates
Seawinds Properties
Star Group
Stryker Orthopedics
Telenor
Trusted Tech Solutions
Ward Capital Management
Wells Fargo Advisors
WeiserMazars
Wildlife Conservation Society
Willis Towers Watson