M.S. degree program in business administration
HEGIS code 0517
NYS SED program code 01895

Program Heads

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Charles Stone Professor 718-951-5000 x2640 208s Whitehead Hall cstone @ brooklyn.cuny.edu call/email for appointment

 

Admission Requirements

Department Business Management
Fall Application Deadline June 25th
Spring Application Deadline December 15th - Rolling Admission
Supporting Documents for Matriculation:
Submit the following documents to the Office of Graduate Admissions: transcripts from all colleges and universities attended (applicants who earned a bachelor's degree outside the United States need to submit a 'Course by Course International Transcript Evaluation.' http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/web/admissions/graduate/apply/documents.php), two letters of recommendation.Refer to instructions at http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/web/admissions/graduate/apply.php .
TOEFL (paper, computer, internet) 550, 213, 79
Examinations

 

The Master of Science in Business Administration at Brooklyn College provides students with the knowledge and skills to successfully pursue a wide range of careers in management, marketing, business analytics, international business, and economic analysis.

All applicants must have undergraduate courses in macroeconomics, microeconomics, statistics, and calculus.

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Degree Requirements (30 - 33 credits)
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Students must complete at least 24 credits in courses offered by the Business Management, Accounting, Finance, or Economics Departments. Consistent with college policy, transfer credits for graduate courses taken at other institutions may be accepted for some of these courses at the discretion of the chairperson or deputy chairperson.
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Option 1: Economic Analysis (33 credits)
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Required: 15 credits (5 courses): Economics 7000X, Economics 7010X, Economics 7020X, Economics 7021X, and Economics 7025X.

Major Specific: 18 credits (6 courses) from the following: Economics 7215X or Finance 7215X, Finance 7216X, Economics 7230X or Business 7230X, Economics 7309X, Economics 7027X, Economics 7028X, Economics 7030X, Economics 7040X, Economics 7045X, Economics 7050X, Economics 7055X, Economics 7060X or Health and Nutrition Sciences 7144X, Economics 7090X, Economics 7091G, and Economics 7095G.

Substitutions: With the permission of the graduate deputy chairperson, students may be allowed to take up to 6 credits of other courses to complete the 18 credit Major Specific requirement: Students who have taken Mathematics 2101 or equivalent may, with permission of the graduate deputy, waive Economics 7025X, and substitute an appropriate course in Economics or another department. Students who have taken Mathematics 2501 or Mathematics 3501 or equivalent may, with permission of the graduate deputy, waive Economics 7020X, and substitute an appropriate course in Economics or another department. Students that have taken Finance 7215X may not register for Economics 7215X.

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Option 2: Global Business (30 credits)
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Required: 12 credits (4 courses) from the following: Business 7204X or Business 7208X or Business 7279X or Economics 7021X; Business 7206X or Economics 7000X; Business 7276X or Economics 7020X; and Business 7278X or Economics 7025X.

Major Specific requirement: 12 credits (4 courses) from the following: Business 7210X, Business 7220X, Business 7257X, and Business 7260X.

Electives: 6 credits (2 courses): Any Business course with a Business prefix (BUSN). This can include Business courses that were not used to fulfill the Required courses requirement. Courses cross listed with Business courses such as Economics 7205X, Economics 7230X, Psychology 7246G, Psychology 7247G, and Television and Radio 7727X may also be used to satisfy this requirement.

Substitutions: With the permission of the graduate deputy chairperson, students may be allowed to take up to 6 credits of other courses to complete the Electives requirement.

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Option 3: Accounting (30 credits)
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Required: 12 credits (4 courses) from the following: Business 7204X or Business 7208X or Business 7279X or Economics 7021X; Business 7206X or Economics 7000X; Business 7276X or Economics 7020X; and Business 7278X or Economics 7025X.

Major Specific requirement: 12 credits (4 courses) from the following: Accounting 7108X, Accounting 7109X, and two additional courses with an Accounting prefix (ACCT). Courses cross listed with Accounting courses such as Business 7131X may also be used to satisfy this requirement.

Electives: 6 credits (2 courses): Any Business course with a Business prefix (BUSN). This can include Business courses that were not used to fulfill the Required courses requirement. Courses cross listed with Business courses such as Economics 7205X, Economics 7230X, Psychology 7246G, Psychology 7247G, and Television and Radio 7727X may also be used to satisfy this requirement.

Substitutions: With the permission of the graduate deputy chairperson, students may be allowed to take up to 6 credits of other courses to complete the Electives requirement.

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Option 4: General Business (30 credits)
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Required: 12 credits (4 courses) from the following: Business 7204X or Business 7208X or Business 7279X or Economics 7021X; Business 7206X or Economics 7000X; Business 7276X or Economics 7020X; and Business 7278X or Economics 7025X.

Major Specific requirement: 18 credits (6 courses) from the following: Any Business course with a Business prefix (BUSN). This can include Business courses that were not used to fulfill the Required courses requirement. Courses cross listed with Business courses such as Economics 7205X, Economics 7230X, Psychology 7246G, Psychology 7247G, and Television and Radio 7727X may also be used to satisfy this requirement.

Substitutions: With the permission of the graduate deputy chairperson, students may be allowed to take up to 6 credits of other courses to complete the Major Specific requirement.

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Option 5: Business Intelligence and Data Analysis (30 credits)
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Required: 12 credits (4 courses) from the following: Economics 7000X or Business 7206X; Economics 7020X; Economics 7021X or Business 7204X or Business 7208X or Business 7279X; and Economics 7025X.

Major Specific requirement: 12 credits (4 courses) from the following: Business 7230X or Economics 7230X; Business 7276 X; Business 7278X; and Business 7279X.

Electives: 6 credits (2 courses): Any Business course with a Business prefix (BUSN). This can include Business courses that were not used to fulfill the Required courses requirement. Courses cross listed with Business courses such as Economics 7205X, Economics 7230X, Psychology 7246G, Psychology 7247G, and Television and Radio 7727X may also be used to satisfy this requirement.

Substitutions: Those who completed one year of calculus can substitute Economics 7025X with an additional third Elective class. With the permission of the graduate deputy chairperson, students may be allowed to take up to 6 credits of other courses to complete the Electives requirement.