Why Study Business Administration at Nyack?

Nyack’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program offers concentrations in Accounting, Entrepreneurial Management, Finance, and Marketing. We are committed to providing students with an academic curriculum that:

  • Focuses on an action-based learning model
  • Integrates theory, research, and application to address real world issues
  • Seeks to foster learning environments that stimulate entrepreneurial thinking
  • Equips students to create and launch innovative business ventures

The Nyack MBA program is designed specifically for students who wish to work full-time while earning their degree. In addition to a rigorous curriculum, Nyack’s MBA program offers our students community support, convenient class locations, personal attention, and schedule flexibility.

At a Glance

Credits:  42
Standard Completion Time:  16 months
Specialized Accreditations:  Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
Concentrations:  Accounting, Entrepreneurial Management, Finance, Marketing

International MBA Students

Participation in an internship opportunity is an official option which any student could add to the required capstone project.

What Will I Study?

You will study the practical application of business requirements in the fields of leadership, ethics, research, finance, accounting, and operations.

Career Opportunities

Upon graduation, you will be equipped for leadership and operational roles in existing or entrepreneurial business ventures.

Our Graduates

Here are some of the positions our graduates have filled.

  • Accounts Receivable Manager
  • Associate Director of a Consulting Firm
  • Financial Analyst
  • Senior Technical Software Analyst at a Bank
  • Staff Accountant at a CPA Firm
  • System Director of Revenue Cycle

Key Faculty

Dr. Gerard Becker

Dr. Gerard Becker

Prof. of Management/Director of MBA Program

Technical Requirements

• Consistent access to a computer with a high-speed internet connection
• Ability to run Flash Players
• Ability to send/receive e-mails and e-mail attachments
• Ability to download files
• Ability to conduct research via the internet
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office (i.e. Word, Power Point, Excel)