MBA day students, as a cohort, complete the Zarb two-year program with a core curriculum and advanced specialized work in a professional field. The program requires a 41 to 48 credit course of study in the fundamental areas of accounting, finance, information technology, marketing, international business, operations, communications and leadership skills, global decision making, economics, and the legal environment. The program also includes a 15-credit concentration and a capstone course that involves solving complex business problems, integrating knowledge and skills from various functional areas.
Median Base Salary: $56,300
Median Signing Bonus: $2,700
Percentage of MBAs with Job Offers at Graduation: 47%
Percentage of MBAs with Job Offers Three Months Later: 60%