School of Business
Harborside 2 200 Hudson Street Jersey City, NJ 07311
Dr. Bernard McSherry, Founding Dean
Dr. James Konopack, Associate Dean
Dr. Wanda Rutledge, Interim Assistant Dean and Director of Graduate Business Programs
Deatra Ashley, Administrative Assistant to the Dean
Isabel Casais, Assistant to the Dean for Graduate Enrollment
At the NJCU School of Business, pursuing a graduate business degree can accelerate your business career and lead to management and leadership opportunities you would not otherwise receive. Whether you choose a part-time or full-time master of science or MBA program, you will learn new skills and build a network that will put you on track for management success. A graduate business degree is crucial when considering a career or industry change, when positioning yourself for an advanced leadership position, or when re-tooling your skills to remain relevant in the workplace.
NJCU's School of Business offers a range of Masters of Business Administration Specializations, Master of Science degree programs, and Graduate Certificates tailored to meet your specific academic and professional goals. Part-time, full-time, online, and in-person flexibility aligns with applied content.
Our location in Jersey City’s Harborside Financial District (next door to the Exchange Place PATH train station) and our proximity to New York City provides learners with unparalleled access to business leaders, many of whom teach as part-time faculty in our programs and introduce graduate students to project-based learning opportunities.
Through a unique collaboration with Harvard Business School Online, prospective graduate students get a jump start on their career with a professional certificate, Graduate Business Readiness (CORe), while obtaining the preparation they need for entering the NJCU MBA program. No GRE. No GMAT. No prerequisite courses.
Taught by world class Harvard Business School Online faculty with in-person classes led by NJCU instructor - coaches who are best-in-class industry professionals, prospective graduate students focus on developing fluency in business analytics, economics, and financial accounting while building a foundational set of skills that can help them get ahead.
The NJCU School of Business
Where 63 languages are spoken, and the common tongue is business.
Faculty and Advisors: (201) 200-3353
Office of Business Administration - Room 205
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Graduate Business Programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).