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MS IN MANAGEMENT PROGRAM IN NYC

A Part-Time Program Designed for Working Professionals


Bloomberg Businessweek consistently grades Simon faculty with an A for teaching quality

MS IN MANAGEMENT PROGRAM IN NYC

A Part-Time Program Designed for Working Professionals


No. 3 and No. 5 in the world for Economics and Finance (Financial Times of London, Jan 2015)

MS IN MANAGEMENT PROGRAM IN NYC

A Part-Time Program Designed for Working Professionals


Part-time weekend program with residency weeks in Rochester

Bloomberg Businessweek consistently grades Simon faculty with an A for teaching quality

A business program that offers a degree of distinction.

Our Master of Science in Management in New York City is designed for working professionals who seek to strengthen their cross-functional business expertise on an accelerated basis from a top-tier business school.

Curriculum provides solid business foundation:

  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Accounting
  • Marketing
  • Business Planning
  • Corporate Strategy

13 Months, part-time.
8 Core MBA Courses.
4 Specialized Courses.
1 Successful Career.

The Simon Business School is known for its academic excellence and ability to prepare students with analytical tools to solve complex business problems. The accelerated New York City weekend format enables participants to continue their careers while receiving a world-class education.

Weekend New York City Classes

  • 13-month, part-time program
  • MS to MBA option
  • Instruction by senior faculty
  • Residency weeks on Rochester campus
  • Top-ranked in Economics, Finance and Accounting

AN MS IN MANAGEMENT FROM SIMON BUSINESS SCHOOL.
BROADEN YOUR PERSPECTIVE. ADVANCE YOUR CAREER.

New York City

The Simon MS in Management in New York City program’s home is the Tribeca campus of New York Law School. The location, at 185 W. Broadway, is easily accessible for tri-state students and offers a comprehensive learning environment in close proximity to Wall Street, the Civic Center, and tech corridor.

  • Students/faculty have exclusive use of the facility on weekends
  • Access to all amenities and dedicated staff
  • New York City-based staff and administration actively support students' needs

Our Expert Faculty. Your Invaluable Resource.

We have one of the most respected faculties in the world, excelling in both teaching and research. Their cutting-edge research is frequently published and often cited; several members serve as editors of leading journals, some of which are published at Simon Business School. Our professors routinely bring their knowledge and research to the classroom. You will have unparalleled access beyond class lectures, with opportunities to gather helpful advice and take it back to the office.

James A. Brickley

Gleason Professor of Business Administration

Professor Brickley's research and teaching interests are in the economics of organizations, corporate governance and compensation policy, corporate finance, franchising, and banking. In addition to his academic interests, he has been a consultant to major corporations and law firms on organizational, franchising, valuations, and antitrust issues.

Joanna Wu

Susanna and Evans Y. Lam Professor of Business Administration

Professor Wu's teaching focus is in the area of financial reporting. Her research interests include international financial reporting, the behavior of financial analysts, management compensation, and mutual fund performance.

Abraham Seidmann

Xerox Professor of Computers and Information Systems and Operations Management

Professor Seidmann has consulted with many of the world's leading industrial and service corporations. His current research and consulting activities include e-commerce, business process design, optimal resource allocation, and performance modeling for capacity planning and pricing.