New York Business Schools

Several Business Schools in New York offer online/distance learning and campus-based programs for a variety of business-related areas. The city’s two most prestigious business schools are Columbia Business School and New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business.

Both the business schools have accreditation from AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). While both the universities offer full-time and executive MBA degrees, joint degrees, and doctoral programs (PhD), only Stern School of Business offers part-time MBA and bachelor’s degrees. Between the two of them, they offer MBA degrees in accounting, e-Commerce, decision, risk and operations, entrepreneurship, finance and economics, general management, management of information systems, media, entertainment and communications, human resource management, international business, marketing, social enterprise, operations management, real estate, strategy and statistics, and operations research.

Yet another good business school in New York is The S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management (JGSM), also referred to as the Johnson School. Apart from offering undergraduate dual-degree programs and graduate dual-degree programs, its also offers MBA’s in various forms, such as the twelve-month option MBA (for those with advanced science/technical degrees), executive MBA program, boardroom executive MBA, and PhD in Business.

Business Schools such as DeVry University and ITT Technical Institute also offer MBA programs to students. DeVry University also provides campus-based degree programs in biomedical engineering technology, biomedical informatics, computer engineering technology, health information technology, technical management, and network and communications management. On the other hand, ITT Technical Institute, apart from providing campus-based degree programs, also provides online degree courses to its students. ITT offers a host of technology programs that can help students develop the knowledge and skills to begin a technical career.

Thus, for someone looking for a business-related degree, one can choose from plenty of attractive options available in New York.