Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York
 
    mba program
 
Nationally and internationally ranked by Bloomberg Businessweek, U.S. News & World Report, and the Financial Times, Fordham’s MBA programs will provide you with the business skills to get ahead in today’s competitive market.

MBA CONCENTRATIONS
The Fordham Graduate School of Business Administration offers MBA programs in six Concentrations, with the option to pursue Dual Degrees. The majority of Fordham’s MBA programs consist of sixty-nine (69) credits, including nine (9) credits of prerequisites and twenty-four (24) credits of core courses. Concentrations offered:
  • Accounting & Taxation develops sophisticated usage of accounting information, as well as expertise in taxation.
  • Communications & Media Management, one of the first of its kind in a business school, provides the financial and marketing expertise needed to attain top management positions in broadcasting, public relations, newspaper or magazine publishing, and new media.
  • Finance & Business Economics develops a thorough understanding of domestic and global financial markets, the growing transnational character of business, applications of computer technology, merger activity, and evolving financing methods and instruments.
  • Information & Communications Systems addresses the role of information systems in supporting business strategy and the challenges and opportunities that arise in managing information technology (IT).
  • Management Systems prepares managers to lead organizational change and to make the strategic decisions necessary for business to survive in today's globally competitive world.
  • Marketing provides the necessary foundation for students planning careers in marketing management, product management or the various fields of promotion.
  • Dual Concentrations are also available, combining any of the concentrations above for an additional six (6) credits.
MBA DESIGNATIONS
In addition to concentrations, MBA students may choose one of five Designations, which add focus and specialization to their Fordham MBA experience:
  • Entrepreneurship: reflects how entrepreneurial activity in both new and established companies is a key to business success
  • Electronic Business: addresses how technology is changing all organizations
  • Global Sustainability: deals with the many changes of our world and how we can protect it
  • Healthcare Management: provides an understanding of the complex factors that impact the fast changing healthcare industry
  • International Business: deals with the reality that the distinction between international and domestic business is rapidly diminishing
More detailed information can be found in the Academic Bulletin.
 

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