Which 1Year MBA Program in New York Is Right for You

first_imgWhich 1-Year MBA Program in New York Is Right for You? Last Updated Sep 11, 2017 by Yessenia FunesFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail New Yorkers are always in a hurry. For those looking for that same speed with their MBA, they’re in luck. The city—home to eight million people—has five schools where candidates can graduate with an MBA or similar degree within a year.What better place to build your business knowledge than New York City? Business people from around the world come to the city—but not you. You’d be living in it. Plus, major international companies are headquartered there. JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, and IBM, for example.Check out some of the best one-year MBA programs in the city that never sleeps. Binghamton University School of ManagementBinghamton University’s School of Management sits in Midtown New York City. Students will have easy access to Bryant Park, Penn Station, Grand Central Station, Port Authority, all the shopping they need—and the nearby beauty of Chelsea.The school came to the area in 1970. Its Professional MBA is what sets Binghamton apart. It takes no more than a year, and students meet only on Saturdays. The curriculum does demand a full Saturday, but at least it wraps up in a year. And since it’s on the weekend, full-time working professionals are good to go, too. The school reports students can save $20,000-$50,000 compared to other MBA programs in New York City.Zicklin School of Business – Baruch CollegeBaruch College formally created its Zicklin School of Business in 1998 after an endowment from an alumnus Lawrence Zicklin. But the MBA program has been offered since 1920.Its one-year MBA program is fairly new. The first cohort enrolled this past summer. The program begins in June and takes 12 months. Applicants are expected to have two to five years experience. Given the program’s speed, the class schedule will be intense and build on already acquired knowledge. Students have the option to study abroad during the winter intersession.Lubin School of Business – Pace UniversityThe Lubin School of Business at Pace University has been around for more than 100 years. Since 1906, the school has been cranking out business graduates ready to take New York City by storm. It offers a unique one-year fast-track MBA—only in financial management.This specialty in finance gives business students an edge. Graduates will walk away from Lubin knowing how to provide financial consultation to corporations. Lubin is sure to plug its students into any necessary resources for them to succeed. For example, MBA candidates can access the Bloomberg workstation and other financial databases. Classes are based in New York City and Westchester, a short train ride away.Stern School of Business – New York UniversityNew York University is one of New York City’s most well-known university, so the Stern School of Business is too, naturally. In the middle of Greenwich Village, students can occupy themselves with endless activities when they’re not in class.However, the Stern School of Business doesn’t quite offer one-year MBAs. Its specialized one-year programs are for its MS in accounting, MS in business analytics, and an MS in global finance. These programs add an oomph to any business professional looking to build their expertise. Most of the programs include a global format, preparing graduates for a global field.Lehigh University College of Business and EconomicsEditor’s Note: As part of the Lehigh 1-MBA program enhancements, the internship component was replaced with a Consulting Practicum. Click here to learn more about the 1-MBA. regions: New York Citycenter_img About the AuthorYessenia FunesView more posts by Yessenia Funes Related5 Most Affordable New York MBA ProgramsTrying to afford an MBA is, unfortunately, an endeavor for many. While the dividends from the degree itself are usually worth the investment, the initial payments can be trying—especially those who live in high-cost metros like New York City. Worry not, however: there are plenty of affordable New York MBA…March 7, 2017In “Featured Home”Finance Fraud Won’t Stop, and More – New York NewsLet’s explore some of the most interesting stories that have emerged from New York business schools this week. Don’t Let Artificial Intelligence Take Your Job – Rutgers Business News The Rutgers Business School is slated to host a symposium this week entitled “Lifelong Learning in the Digital Era,” which will…November 14, 2018In “Featured Home”The Best New York City Accelerated MBA ProgramsWhen the decision is made to pursue an MBA, there are a number of questions one must ask themselves: how will I afford this degree? How will I make time for class? And can I keep my current job? Thankfully, most business schools acknowledge that not every student has the…February 16, 2017In “Accelerated MBA”last_img

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