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Rutgers Business School offers One-Year MBA track for students with advanced standing
Get your MBA in one year. Rutgers Business School Full-Time MBA offers the flexibility to pursue your MBA degree in 12-21 months preparing students for unparalleled success, with an innovative curriculum and valuable hands-on experience.
Students with undergrad business degrees or prior MBA coursework are eligible for up to six credits of advanced standing. They can take up to 18 credits per semester if in good academic standing. The fast-paced demanding program offers the reward of an MBA after one year of intense work and dedication.
After completing a Rutgers MBA, graduates join a tremendous alumni network, 30,000 business school alumni and 380,000 Rutgers alumni. Choosing an MBA from Rutgers Business School makes economic sense with all of the advantages of a top tier school, but at a state school price. With deep corporate partnerships with New York and New Jersey firms, the business school is dedicated to helping graduates find good-paying jobs in the fields they want to be in.
Rutgers Business School has a unique brand connecting Business with Science and Technology through our new capstone course. This capstone class was designed for students to put theory into practice. offering a choice of three experiential, integrative classes: BEST New Ventures, Team Consulting, and Urban Entrepreneurship.
Core classes were created to give MBA students a foundation for understanding traditional business concepts and research. Concentrations were designed to allow for deeper understanding of a specific functional area; when completed, this should reflect career direction and interest.
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Rutgers Business School delivers people with business, science, and technology credentials to drive local, national, and global markets. More than 4,500 undergraduate and graduate students in New Jersey, China, and Singapore go to Rutgers Business School.