Binghamton University's Executive MBA program in New York City takes approximately 18 months to complete, beginning in mid-September and ending in March. Classes meet every Saturday at our convenient Midtown Manhattan location, with intermittent days off. During each class session, time will be spent in a mix of lecture, group activities, and open discussion. Class sizes are kept small in order to facilitate an intimate platform for this class structure, as well as for meaningful networking. The faculty members are selected not only for their academic specialties, but also for their experience and aptitude in executive education. Classes are highly participatory.
Participants must have five or more years of professional experience. They will move through the Executive MBA program as a cohort, sharing the same educational experiences and working together cooperatively. The lockstep curriculum focuses initially on core business concepts and then broadens while integrating ethical and global issues throughout the program. The value of each participant's time is recognized; the program will provide all required materials and facilitate the registration process, so that participants do not need to spend valuable time completing administrative tasks. The Executive MBA – NYC program offers an incredible return on investment; the program cost includes tuition, all applicable fees, a three-day residency weekend in Binghamton, and all textbooks and materials in e-reader form. All Binghamton School of Management programs are AACSB-accredited.
It is encouraged that applicants participate in an interview or meet with the Administrative Director Allie DeMartino during the application process. Applications for the Executive MBA program are taken on a rolling basis.
The 18-Month Executive MBA Program in New York City is co-sponsored by the School of Management and the Binghamton University Alumni Association.
Last Updated: 5/16/13