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The Zarb Hybrid MBA Program in Manhattan

The Frank G. Zarb School of Business is now offering an accelerated hybrid MBA program in the heart of the city. Located at Lenox Hill on 130 East 77th Street, this program offers ease of accessibility to working professionals in New York City wanting to obtain a Zarb MBA.

This 38 credit hybrid MBA cohort program in strategic business management, strategic healthcare management or finance is geared towards the working professional and can be completed in 24 months. The hybrid format of the curriculum combines courses delivered onsite and online enabling ease of accessibility and scheduling flexibility. More than half of the total credits are delivered online while onsite classes are scheduled back to back, one night a week.

Applicants must have a minimum of three years of professional experience. In some cases, based on your academic and professional history, the GMAT may be waived.

Apply now in the Zarb MBA in Manhattan program and take your professional career to new heights of success.

For additional information, contact the Zarb Graduate Business Department at (516) 463-ZARB (9272) or via email at gradbusiness[at]hofstra.edu.

*To be eligible for the 38-credit program, you must have qualifying credits from a business undergraduate degree at an AACSB accredited institution. Qualifying credits include undergraduate courses taken within the previous five years, with a grade of B or better, in Economics, Legal Aspects of Business and a specific undergraduate business major. Without these qualifying credits, you will be able to complete the MBA within 45 credits.

MBA in Manhattan Curriculum

The program comprises six units: Residency Requirements; Core Competencies; Advanced Core; Concentration courses; and the Capstone course.