Access to New York & New Jersey's Top Companies
#7 in Employment Nationwide (2014)
Close Relationships with Faculty
Learn from your Peers

Traditional Full-Time MBA Program

Rutgers Business School Traditional Full-Time MBA program is a traditional masters of business administration degree that prepares students for unparalleled success with an innovative curriculum and valuable hands-on experience. Rutgers MBA is ranked the #1 Public MBA program in the New York City region, and #7 in employment nationwide (U.S. News & World Report, 2014). With a wide variety of concentrations to pursue their career goals, regardless of prior experience or education, graduates go on to become leaders in corporations, excel in their discipline and build businesses of their own.

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A Day in the Life of a Traditional Full-Time Rutgers MBA Student


Rutgers Business School (RBS) is recognized as having the #1 Public MBA program in the New York City region (U.S. News & World Report, 2014), located only 20 minutes away from the city. RBS delivers unparalleled return-on-investment when compared to other top business schools, delivering high salaries at competitive tuition costs.


Global Study Options

Our various international study options include trips to China, Costa Rica, India, France, and Germany. RBS also offers exchange programs with well-regarded European graduate schools.


Reach Your Career Goals

Our dedicated Career Management staff and our talented MBA students earned a 95% job placement in 2013.


Real World Experience

Corporate internship placement, MBA Team Consulting courses, case study competitions, executive mentoring, plus additional real-world experiences, prepare our students to become tomorrow’s leaders, today.


By competing with universities from Italy, Thailand and California in the global finals of the CFA Institute's Global Investment Challenge, Rutgers Business School (RBS) symbolized the Rutgers mantra "Jersey Roots, Global Reach." The RBS team consisting of a mix of undergrad and MBA students from Newark and New Brunswick was runner-up along with the Thai team from Thammasat University and the University of Southern California to the winning Italian team from Politecnico di Milano.