Robust online experience – students access lectures and can interact with other students and professors through Online platform
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The Rutgers Online MBA delivers a world-renowned degree to the palm of the hand without compromising schedule or value.
Rutgers Business School is ranked #1 for return on investment. There’s no better place to go for a specialized graduate education you can afford.
With a 30,000+ global alumni network and corporate partnerships that energize programs, Rutgers Business School fosters the relationships that move forward.
Avg. Starting Salary: $73,031
Avg. GMAT score: 550
Avg. Undergrad GPA: 3.3
The MBA curriculum consists of 54 credits (18 courses), which is based on the premise that there is a common body of knowledge important for managerial decision making, and elective courses selected by the student after completion of appropriate prerequisite courses.
Some foundation course requirements may be waived based upon prior knowledge gained at the undergraduate level.
The three elective courses can be part of one of the Focused Learning Modules options available to MBA students.
9 credits/3 courses required for Electives
Investment and Private Wealth Management
A Personal Statement outlining reasons for wanting to attain an Online MBA degree
Minimum of two letters of recommendation.
GMAT required except for the following: 1) PhD, JD or MD degree holders from accredited US schools or 2) MA degree holders from accredited US schools with acceptable GRE score and minimum 3.00 GPA on 4.00 scale. 3)
Completed 8 years or more of advanced progressive management/professional work experience and have taken any two undergraduate quantitative courses (Statistics) and had received a grade of B or better.
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