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MBA Program

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Rutgers STEM MBA

Rutgers Business School enhanced its MBA programs with an optional STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) designation that helps our students to focus on the technology and analytical skills demanded by business leaders who need data insights to drive decision-making. More than 50 percent of our existing MBA courses require advanced mathematics or involve the management of technology, including Operations Analysis, Data Mining, Business Forecasting, and Quality Management.

In addition, Rutgers Business School has other master’s programs that provide the STEM designation for our graduates:  Master of Quantitative Finance, Master of Financial Analysis, Master of Science in Supply Chain Analytics, Master of Information Technology & Analytics, and Master of Science in Healthcare Analytics & Intelligence.

International students from STEM programs can work up to three (3) years without requiring sponsorship from an employer.

MBA On-Campus Recruiting

Come to campus to engage with our MBAs. Below is our general timeline to help you plan your MBA recruitment activities at Rutgers:


Full-Time Jobs


Summer Internships


Corporate Presentations

Monday 4:30-5:50 pm

Tuesday & Wednesday 11:00am-12:30 pm and 4:30-5:50 pm

Thursday 12:00-1:30 pm and 4:30-5:50 pm

Sept. 14 – Dec. 6 Sept. 14 – Feb. 2021

Meet & Greets*

Monday 4:30-5:50 pm

Tuesday & Wednesday 11:00am-12:30 pm and 4:30-5:50 pm

Thursday 12:00-1:30 pm and 4:30-5:50 pm

Oct. 14 – April 2021 Nov. 11 – April 2021

On-Campus Interviews

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Oct. 14 – Dec. 6 Nov. 4 – April 2021

To reserve dates for Corporate Presentations, Meet & Greets, and On-Campus Interviews, simply e-mail your choices to Sodigi Karibi-Whyte.

* A Meet & Greet may be scheduled immediately after a Corporate Presentation or on another date.

Build Relationships with Our Students

To complement your recruitment process, we encourage you to develop relationships with our students through:

Day-in-the-Life Event

Manager/executive conducts lunch-and-learn event hosted by a student club to describe his/her job duties and challenges.

Guest Lecturers

RBS professors invite industry professionals as guest lecturers; M&T Bank, Johnson & Johnson, Mars, Pfizer, and Dell are recent participants.

Case Study

Present a real business case for our students to study, and you can identify creativity, teamwork, and leadership skills among our MBAs.

MBA Team Consulting Project

Submit a business issue/problem for students to address; RBS can make the student evaluations available to employers.

Meet with Specialization Core Faculty

Building relationships with core faculty can lead to student referrals for employers.

Panelist for Annual Pharmaceutical Management Case Competition

Corporate representative serves as a judge and can identify talented students.

Students watching a presentation

MBA Student Profile

Our highly-ranked MBA program produces bright, hardworking, collaborative leaders. 


If you have any questions or need more information, please contact Sodigi Karibi-Whyte.