Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College
The Zicklin School of Business is the largest collegiate school of business in the nation and the only City University of New York college that offers business programs accredited by the AACSB. We educate leaders committed to global awareness, ethical practice, and responsible management.
The Zicklin School is ranked among Forbes Magazine's top 50 Full-Time MBA programs for 5-year ROI, and #2 by US News for financial value at graduation. Zicklin has also been recognized among the Aspen Institute's top MBA programs integrating social and environmental impact into the curriculum
In the classroom, you will have the opportunity to interact with teachers at the forefront of their fields. At Zicklin, our faculty are among the best in research output, and among the top cited by academics and industry leaders, according to the University of Texas-Dallas research rankings (http://top100.utdallas.edu/) and the Social Science Research Network (http://ssrn.com/).
The Zicklin School creates a lively atmosphere at Baruch College with a wide array of programming that includes industry leaders such as Shelly Lazarus, Chairman and CEO of Ogilvy & Mather, Tommy Hilfiger, and Craig Newmark of Craig’s List.
Students, faculty, and the general public benefit from the research, consulting, and events produced by our academic centers such as the Field Center for Entrepreneurship, the Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity, and the Weissman Center for International Business. Recent events include: Putting $$$ on Green, The Quest for the Sustainable Corporation, and Fundraising Principles for Community-Based Organizations. The Field Center also hosts an annual entrepreneurship competition, sponsored by Merrill Lynch, with traditional and social venture tracks.
The Zicklin School also houses the Wasserman Trading Floor, the only full-featured simulated trading environment of its kind in New York City and one of only a few in the nation.
As a Zicklin MBA student you can choose among 15 areas of focus:
Accountancy, Information Systems, Decision Sciences, Economics, Finance, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, International Business, Marketing, Real Estate, Statistics, Sustainable Business, Taxation, and several Management areas: Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, and Operations Management
You can customize a general management option or choose two majors, while completing your degree on time.