Type of Degree
MBA in Healthcare Administration
Type of Program
General University Information
Bernard M. Baruch College, more commonly known as Baruch College, is a constituent college of the City University of New York, located in the Flatiron district of Manhattan, New York City. With an acceptance rate of just 23%, Baruch is among the most competitive and diverse colleges in the nation. Baruch offers undergraduate and masters degrees through its Zicklin School of Business, the largest business school in the United States, as well as the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, and School of Public Affairs.
The College was ranked as a Top Public #3 University, and Top #21 Regional (North) University by 2012 US News & World Report, #22 Most Desirable Large School by Newsweek, and Best College Buy by Forbes Magazine.
Baruch’s Financial Engineering program was ranked #5 by QuantNet Baruch tied at #2 with Harvard University for the number of graduates in “100 Most Influential People in Accounting Worldwide” and ranked #1 nationwide for people with Advanced Degrees who pass the CPA exam. Baruch is ranked 25th among business schools in the United States by Social Science Research Network. and its MBA program was ranked #1 in ‘MBAs with Most Financial Value at Graduation’ by US News.
Full-Time MBA Program
The Full-Time MBA Program is a selective, cohort-based program featuring a collaborative learning environment emphasizing teamwork and leadership. Admission to the program is highly competitive. Applications are accepted for the fall semester only.
Flex-Time MBA Program
Flex-Time MBA students study at either a full- or part-time pace, switching back and forth as their work and study needs dictate. With courses offered primarily in the evening, this program is particularly well-suited for those who wish to remain employed while they earn their degree. Students in the Flex-Time Program may begin in the fall or spring semester.
Accelerated Part-Time MBA Program (APT)
The Accelerated Part-Time (APT) MBA Program is designed for professionals who want to complete the MBA in 28 months while working full-time. Additionally, students enjoy the benefits of a cohort-based core curriculum. Each fall and spring semester, students take two courses during the week and one course on Saturday. Additional course work in the summer and January terms facilitates completion of the program in 28 months. Applications are accepted for the fall semester only. (Note: Due to the 150-credit hour program requirements, APT students are unable to major in Accountancy.)
Applicants are required to submit an official accredited postsecondary institutional transcript recognized by the U.S. Department of Education indicating a conferred bachelor’s degree. International students must provide an appropriately authenticated official transcript issued by a governmental authority that attests to the successful completion of a program considered to be equivalent to an accredited bachelor’s degree.
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New York City, NY