An education and an experience.
We believe that a great MBA program should provide valuable experiences both in and outside of the classroom. Our proximity to both Boston and New York, as well as our extensive business network, position you perfectly to take advantage of opportunities working with top companies changing the face of modern business.
During the first year, students participate in the core curriculum designed to provide a rigorous foundation in a wide range of business topics and skills. Classes cover all the bases, from Business Intelligence and Statistics to Marketing Strategy and Corporate Finance. The practicum experience offered in the spring semester provides an immersive, consulting experience working with a real company.
In the summer after their first year, most students pursue internship opportunities. Some receive offers of employment and can choose to “off-ramp” during their second year, completing any remaining courses online. Second year coursework includes advanced classes in the core curriculum and specialized electives. Students can choose to pursue a focus area by selecting specialized elective courses that enhance their marketable skills, such as data analytics, asset management and human resources.
Kick off your MBA experience with the three-day David C. O'Leary '81 MBA Leadership Orientation Program. Students are immersed in presentation and public speaking skills, resume and cover letter writing, personal branding, social media and networking strategies. The program culminates in a networking event and panel discussion led by Isenberg senior-level alums and attended by MBA alums, both recent and established.
In their first year, students put theory into practice in an experiential learning-based consulting project working with for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. These projects allow students to apply their business knowledge and solve complex issues with a team of colleagues and offer strategic recommendations to company leaders. Students can also choose to pursue an elective practicum experience in their second year.
The Isenberg MBA core curriculum incorporates corporate social responsibility and diversity, equity and inclusion topics which facilitates students development as responsible, inclusive, ethical business leaders. The Citizens First Speakers Series features topics on issues of professional ethics and corporate social responsibility. MBA Fellows play an active role in the Isenberg Annual Inclusive Leadership Summit and in the Conversations Speaker Series on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
An Introduction to the On-Campus MBA
On-Campus MBA Faculty
Follow our step-by-step process to complete your online application.
- Review the program specific admissions requirements.
- Click Apply Now to go to the University's Graduate School site where you can find a link to the secure online application.
- First-time users will need to create an account to start a new application. Note: You can submit your application before you have all your materials ready, simply save and resume your application as you gather required materials.
- After submitting, track your application at the Graduate School Status of Application page.