Part-Time MBA

The part-time Professional MBA program of the Gabelli School of Business is designed for working professionals with five to seven years of work experience who seek a well-rounded, upper-level business education while maintaining a full-time job.

The Professional MBA program provides a next-level credential that will capitalize on the student’s work experience—not duplicate it.

When completed, students will be able to have an immediate, measurable impact in a higher role at their current company or in a new position. They’ll be prepared to lead, and will develop an instinct for how profit can coexist with progress, advancing the Fordham MBA philosophy of business that does good for society.

The Professional MBA program can be customized with five-course concentrations and three-course secondary concentrations and motivated students can complete the program in as little as 24 months.

CDC Programming:

Alumni Networking Program
The Gabelli School of Business Career Network connects on an ad-hoc basis MBA students to Fordham alumni who have volunteered to act as career resources.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Detailed Program Information

Student Organizations

 

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Contact & Location

Phone
(212) 636-7796
Address

140 West 62nd Street Suite 116
New York, NY 10023

Service Hours

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