A NJIT Master of Business Administration stresses innovation, entrepreneurship, and commitment in addressing the issues facing our society. Real-world learning and research reinforce NJIT’s education core.
Have an edge in business knowledge
Integrate business with ethics, technology, and innovation
Promote regional economic and community development
The world has been changed by technology. That’s why an MBA from NJIT is vital as it mixes both technology and business disciplines. Each new development in technology redefines the future of business. This basis is valuable for those who plan to assume leadership roles in modern organizations.
Go beyond fundamental MBA knowledge with a transformational program that prepares you personally and professionally to accelerate your career. Choose NJIT’s online MBA, and you can gain the expertise to thrive as a strategic leader. Choose from three concentrations: Management Information Systems, Finance, and Marketing.
Baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution
Minimum 2.8 GPA
Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended (transcript evaluation for transcripts from international schools)
Official GMAT or GRE scores. Scores must be submitted (500 minimum GMAT expectation or GRE equivalent score) unless candidate already possesses an earned master’s or doctoral degree; candidates with a minimum GPA of 2.8 from a U.S.-based research institution may qualify for GMAT or GRE waiver
One letter of recommendation
Completed application and $75 application fee
TOEFL scores (if applicable)
Accreditation & Licensing
Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB)
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