The Zarb School of Business welcomes applications from baccalaureate degree holders from regionally accredited institutions or the non-U.S. equivalent. Applications are currently being accepted to our new distance learning Online MBA Program for Fall admission.
All applications are considered on the basis of their own merits and must be complete before a decision can be made. In addition to completing the online application itself, applicants are strongly encouraged to upload and submit all supporting documents, including the personal statement, resume, letters of recommendation, and student copies of test scores and transcripts.* The Zarb School of Business has a policy of rolling admissions. However, prospective students are encouraged to submit completed applications well in advance of the Fall start date.
The following items are required for your application of admission into the Online MBA program:
Preference is given to applicants with:
No specific undergraduate course of study is required for admission, nor is any specific course of study recommended. Undergraduate majors represented in the Zarb’s graduate programs include business, education, the natural sciences, the social sciences, engineering, the humanities and nursing. In addition, many individuals with graduate degrees in areas such as medicine, law, education and the liberal arts have earned the Zarb M.B.A.
Prospective candidates for admission are also invited to have a telephone call or videoconference. Alternatively candidates can also visit Hofstra, preferably during the Fall or Spring semesters, when arrangements can be made for prospective students to speak with other students, faculty and administrators.
Arrangements for visits may be made by contacting Dr. Kaushik Sengupta, Executive Director for the Online MBA program:
Dr. Kaushik Sengupta
Executive Director, Online MBA Program
126 Weller Hall