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Located just twenty-five miles outside of New York City, Hofstra University’s Frank G. Zarb School of Business offers students six different MBA options in order to accommodate career goals and work experience, including a Flex MBA, a Co-Op MBA that provides students the opportunity to work full-time in a paid position within their field of study, and a variety of Hybrid MBA options that include online courses. The school’s MBA in Manhattan also allows working New York City professionals to complete the program through a mix of online classes and onsite evening courses scheduled back-to-back in the heart of the city. In addition to the panoply of degree formats and “affordable tuition,” there are specializations offered in fifteen different areas, including Business Analytics, Sports Entertainment & Management, and Strategic Healthcare Management. The school has one of the country’s largest academic trading rooms (which features a whopping thirty-four Bloomberg terminals), a Student Managed Investment Fund, and an Executive Speaker Series that draws in high level c-suite executives from all industries to come speak to students every semester.

“Great professors with vast experience in the subject matter” lead the charge in the classroom, and while students admit that they can be “hit and miss,” some are truly “inspiring.” “There are professors who really lead you to a new land,” says a student. Case discussions pepper the curriculum, and ensuing classroom discussions among students are “very professional, and actually contribute to subject matter.”

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Monica Florio
Dean of Graduate Admissions

126 Hofstra University
105 Memorial Hall
Hempstead, NY 11549
United States





Applicants: 39
Acceptance Rate: 82%
Average Undergrad GPA 2.99
Years Work Experience: 7.2
Average Age: 30



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