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Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Management Programs Online and On Campus

Graduate Program in New York, New Jersey & Online

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Built on the proven tradition of business and professional education at Berkeley College, the Larry L. Luing School of Business® offers the opportunity for advanced study to prepare the leaders of tomorrow. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in Management program at Berkeley is anchored in the core values of integrity, stewardship, sustainability, and inclusiveness and designed to help exceptional individuals stand out in the professional world. The MBA degree in Management Program at Berkeley offers six (6) different specializations - known as Concentrations - that earn a transcript notation upon completion of the degree (Note: The MBA in Management Program is offered by Berkeley College - New York and Berkeley College - New Jersey. The MBA Accounting Concentration is only offered by Berkeley College - New Jersey at the Woodland Park Campus and Online.)

Why pursue an MBA at Berkeley College?

The Berkeley College MBA in Management program is designed to accommodate the busy schedules of professionals, helping you advance your career and expand your opportunities and earning potential. The program stands out in many ways, including:

  • Available concentrations in some of today’s most in-demand areas
  • The ability to choose electives that correspond with your career goals and apply concepts from coursework to real-world situations in your current career
  • Dedicated support services and resources
  • Exceptional networking opportunities with classmates, professors, and other connections
  • The flexibility of studying:
    • On campus in New York City
    • On campus in Woodland Park, NJ
    • Online
    • A blend of both on-campus and online classes

The Berkeley MBA emphasizes

  • Knowledge to guide effective action
  • Communication in professional contexts
  • Information for planning and stewardship in the contemporary business environment
  • Practical skills for the professional workplace 

Learn to succeed from those who already have.

Our MBA professors all have exceptional academic and corporate backgrounds. Each has built their corporate credentials in diverse industries and undertaken numerous management roles and responsibilities throughout their careers. As a team, they have a broad range of business experiences and analytical perspectives on contemporary issues that will prove to be invaluable to you.


“The MBA program at Berkeley College has been one of the best decisions I’ve made. It has changed the way I analyze challenging situations in my workplace. The professors are knowledgeable, experts in their fields, and helpful. The program doesn't just emphasize developing management and leadership skills, but also conducting business ethically and responsibly. Overall, my confidence has increased on both a personal and a professional level.” 

-Wendy Guevara, MBA Graduate

Four-year Combined Bachelor’s/Master’s Option

Berkeley College makes it possible for high-achieving students in certain programs to complete a BBA or BS and an MBA in Management in as little as four years, assuming full-time enrollment in three semesters per year. This option offers many benefits, including the ability to:

  • Graduate with an MBA much sooner than through the traditional route
  • Expand career opportunities and earning potential with an advanced degree
  • Save significant tuition cost

This option is open to students in the following BBA and BS programs (on-site and online programs approved in New Jersey and New York City only):

In this option, students will attend full-time, three semesters per calendar year. Students must also complete:

  • All requirements for the MBA in Management degree in just one calendar year
  • One MBA. core course as an undergraduate elective
  • 33 MBA credits in the three semesters of their fourth calendar year of study

To be considered for the Four-year Combined Bachelor’s/Master’s Option, current Berkeley College undergraduates or transfer and prospective students must meet the following admission criteria:

  • A cumulative GPA of at least 3.50
  • Full-time enrollment or intention to study full-time
  • Successful completion (B or better) of all undergraduate courses considered required courses in the student's chosen BBA or BS major

Students meeting these criteria will receive a letter of invitation to apply for this option once they have earned 60 undergraduate credits.

For more information regarding the MBA in Management degree at Berkeley College, click here.

Want to learn more about Berkeley's Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Management program?

You’ll find additional information in our Catalog, including the different degrees offered, descriptions of the courses you’ll take, the department faculty, and much more. You can always live chat or contact us with questions.

Frequently Asked Questions: Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in Management

Part-time students can complete the degree in two years (6 semesters). There is an accelerated option (full-time, 12 credits per semester) that would allow you to complete the degree in one year (3 semesters).

Students must submit the following items as part of the admissions process.

  • An application for admission (
  • Official transcripts from all undergraduate institutions
  • $50 nonrefundable application fee
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Resume 
  • Personal statement
  • Application for transfer credit
  • TOEFL or IELTS scores for students graduating from an institution in a country where English is not the official language and English is not the student’s first language

Visit the Admissions department for more information.

Yes, many of our students prefer to do a “split schedule”, that is they prefer to take courses onsite and online at the same time. We pride ourselves at being able to accommodate your educational needs.

Our MBA professors all have exceptional academic and corporate backgrounds. Each have built their corporate credentials in diverse industries and have undertaken numerous management roles and responsibilities, throughout their careers. As a team they have a broad range of business experiences and analytical perspectives on contemporary issues that will prove to be invaluable to you.

In Berkeley College's M.B.A. program, you can earn an additional credential, typically without taking additional classes. You can specialize in one of six  different concentrations: Accounting, Financial Management, Human Resource Management, Healthcare Management, Law Enforcement Executive Management, or Supply Chain Management. Each concentration consists of four elective courses, available after completing the core curriculum, but before taking the Capstone course. M.B.A. students are strongly encouraged to select one of the concentrations before registering for their second session in the Program. The concentration can be in your current field or in one you aspire to. The concentration you choose takes up all of your available electives in the program, and upon completion of the program results in a notation of the concentration on your student transcript. Some students may want to sample electives from multiple specialties and not commit to a concentration. While that is also an option for you, we will arrange a discussion with the M.B.A. Program Director to gain perspective on your decision regarding a concentration. After all, many people change careers over their working lives - but the M.B.A. degree curriculum, specialty or not, will continue to have value to you throughout.

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including more than 420 international students representing 49 countries


of Students
enrolled in fall 2022 are studying online or through a combination of on-site and online classes