Binghamton University School of Management

History

The Binghamton University School of Management was founded in 1970 and has AACSB Accreditation. The School of Management offers bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees in management, finance, information science, marketing and accounting.

Location

The Binghamton MBA program in NYC is located within the State University of New York College of Optometry in midtown Manhattan. The building is directly across from Bryant Park, where many students spend time between classes. Many public transportation options, including Grand Central Terminal and Port Authority, are within a 10-minute walk.

Facilities

The Professional MBA  program is held in Aeolian Hall, a former concert hall into which the SUNY College of Optometry moved in the late 1990s.

Faculty

The Binghamton School of Management employs 61 full-time faculty members.

Student Body

The most recent Binghamton MBA class profile was comprised of 71 students, 50% with prior work experience and an average work experience of 2 years. The class was 53% male and 47% female, and the average age of incoming students was 25. The average GMAT score of the incoming class was 620.

MBA Degree Offerings

It currently offers a Four-Semester MBA, Fast-Track MBA, Professional MBA, Master of Science in Accounting and PhD graduate programs. Only one of the school’s programs– the Professional MBA  is offered in New York City, rather than on Binghamton University’s main campus in central New York.