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The Executive MBA Program, offered by the Zicklin School of Business, is designed to provide mid- to upper-level managers with knowledge and understanding of cutting-edge theories and the necessary analytical skills to apply them to successfully operate in todays intensely competitive markets while coping with highly complex and fast-changing technologies. The program is also suitable for entrepreneurs seeking to manage the expansion and growth of their enterprises.

The most distinctive characteristic of the program is its integrated focus on strategy. It prepares students to develop and implement appropriate strategies that:

The full-time program is designed for cohort groups of working executives. Classes are held once a week (primarily on Saturday with some Fridays) over six trimesters, each of thirteen weeks, during a period of two academic years. Students complete 20 courses (or 57 credits) over the six trimesters and an international study tour. Provisions are made for refresher workshops and tutorials preparatory to the start of the program.

The Executive MBA is offered in a modular format that focuses on different types of decisions and the context in which these decisions are made. The modules examine business organizations at different stages of their growth and development. The themes of these modules are:

An integral part of the program is a one-week international study tour that students are required to participate in during the second year of their program. Accommodations, international transportation, and most meals during the study tour are included in the cost of the program.

Curriculm First Year 
(Course sequence is subject to change without prior notice)

ACC 9110

Financial Accounting

ACC 9115

Managerial Accounting

CIS 9000

Information Systems for Managers

ECO 9708

Microeconomics for Managers

ECO 9709


STA 9708

Applied Statistical Analysis for Business Decisions

MGT 9300

Management: A Behavioral Approach

MGT 9700

Introduction to Operations Management

MKT 9703

Marketing Management

FIN 9770

Financial Decision Making

MGT 9320

Organization Design and Behavior


Second Year 
(Course sequence and advanced courses are subject to change without prior notice)

BUS 9100

The Societal and Governmental Environment of Business

BUS 9600

Current Topics in Business

FIN 9786

International Financial Markets

ACC 9806

Financial Statement Analysis and Reporting

MKT 9750

Marketing Strategy

FIN 9781

Managerial Finance

MGT 9610

Dynamics of Competition, Industry Structure, and Corporate Strategy

MGT 9860

Entrepreneurial Strategy and Cases

BUS 9200

Business Policy



Applicants should address inquiries to:
Administrative Director, Executive Programs, Zicklin School of Business
Baruch College/CUNY
One Bernard Baruch Way, Box B13-282
New York, NY 10010-5585
or call (646) 312-3100, fax (646) 312-3101
or e-mail