Zicklin's MS degree programs offer in-depth study in a range of areas. Unlike the broader MBA curriculum, students are often not required to do coursework in disciplines included in the MBA core. The MS is a more focused degree and usually requires fewer courses (generally between 10 and 16).
The Zicklin MBA features a core curriculum that spans all the major business areas and a specialization that permits students to explore a specific area in greater depth. At Zicklin, you can study on a full-time or part-time basis:
The joint JD/MBA program allows students to pursue both law and business subjects more rigorously than either the MBA or the JD degrees alone would allow. This more thorough study of the connections between law and business enables joint degree students to make a special contribution to the law or business environment in which they will be working.
Graduate business courses are open to non-degree students on a limited basis.
Individuals holding a graduate degree in a business discipline who wish to pursue a new area of interest in depth may enroll in the post-master's certificate program.