Professor Ivan Brick with his students

Curriculum & Concentrations

Full-Time MBA

As a Rutgers Full-Time MBA student, you are immersed in the ebbs and flows of business and industry as innovation is happening. You learn about what's happening today and develop the intuition to know what's coming tomorrow.

Whether you are pursuing career advancement in your current industry, or are seeking to change your career path altogether, our 60-credit, full-time curriculum is designed to give you the skills, knowledge and experience you need to be a decision-maker and leader in your field.

Critical thinking, problem solving, leadership, teamwork and technical knowledge are woven into your Full-Time MBA experience, making theoretical knowledge relatable and practical from the start.

MBA Core

(All courses required)

  • Accounting for Managers
  • Business, Ethics, and Society
  • Financial Management
  • Managerial Economic Analysis
  • Marketing Management
  • Operations Analysis
  • Organizational Behavior
Foundation Courses

(3 courses required)

  • Business Communications
  • Data Analysis & Decision Making
  • Information Technology for Managers
  • International Business
  • Business Law for Managers & Entrepreneurs
  • Strategic Management
Integrative Course Requirement

(1 course required)

  • Integrated Business Applications
  • Supply Chain Management Industry Project
  • Technology Commercialization & Entrepreneurship
  • Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development

Proficiency Requirements

Once admitted, the Office of Graduate Admissions will let you know whether calculus and/or statistics are required.

As an admitted student, you can fulfill this requirement in one of two ways: through prior undergraduate coursework or by passing a testing module, neither of which earn credit toward your degree. You won’t be certified until proficiency requirements are completed.

Additional Notes

Dual Concentrations require a minimum of 15 credits in each concentration, except in the case of Finance, Pharmaceutical Management, and Accounting which require 18 credits each.