1. What is the Fast-Track Professional MBA-NYC application deadline?
2. Will there be information sessions?
3. What is the tuition cost?
4. What are the requirements for admission to the Binghamton University Professional MBA program in New York City?
5. Am I required to take the GMAT exam?
6. What role does the standardized test play in the admissions process?
7. Do I need to take the TOEFL?
8. How many hours a week should I expect to spend on schoolwork?
9. When and where are the classes held?
10. Will I need a laptop computer?
11. How can I get more information on the PMBA program?
Admission to the Fast-Track Professional MBA Program in New York City is done on a rolling basis with early applications encouraged. If possible, potential applicants should contact Allie DeMartino prior to submitting their application.
As they are scheduled, we will post the dates, times and locations of information sessions on this website.
The Professional MBA program in New York City is remarkably affordable. The tuition cost for the class of 2014 is $31,200 and is payable in installments of $10,100 per semester and a $900 orientation fee.
Individuals must have received their bachelor's degree in the past seven years. The bachelor's degree must be in business or a business-related field from an AACSB accredited business school. Participants must be highly motivated and have the ability to contribute to the learning of cohorts.
Application requirements include completion of the online Graduate School Application, a copy of the applicant's undergraduate transcript(s), two letters of recommendation, a resume, a personal statement, and scores from the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT).
Taking the GMAT is mandatory for admission into the Professional MBA program in New York City. However, waivers are considered on a case-by-case basis for individuals that have either been inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma or have completed another graduate degree.
Official GMAT scores must be requested from Graduate Management Admission Council® (GMAC®). Upon request, these scores will be sent directly to Binghamton University.
The GMAT test score plays an important part in the admission process. It is only one component of the application; however, a good test score will certainly improve your chance for admission. Other factors, such as academic record, work experience, and letters of recommendation, also play a critical role in the admissions process.
TOEFL is not required if you have received a collegiate degree from a U.S. institution or if you have received a degree from an institution in a country whose native language is English.
Participants, on average, spend approximately 15 - 20 hours per week on "outside of classroom" program coursework. This number fluctuates throughout the duration of the program. Some of this time may be spent in team meetings, readings, and presentation preparation.
Classes are scheduled on Saturdays in midtown Manhattan at the State University of New York State College of Optometry (33 W. 42 St.) between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Classes are occasionally held on Friday evenings for make-up sessions (due to inclement weather, etc.).
Students will need to bring a laptop equipped with the latest Microsoft Office software to a significant portion of the class sessions.
School of Management
Dr. George S. Bobinski
School of Management
Phone: (607) 777-2342
Fax: (607) 777-6193
Last Updated: 12/7/12