Gabelli School of Business – Fordham University

History

Fordham University was founded as St. John’s College in 1841 as a Jesuit institution. The school’s main campus at Rose Hill is located in the Bronx, the northernmost borough of New York City. Although the school was renamed in 1907, it has maintained its Catholic heritage. The Fordham Gabelli School of Business was founded in 1969 and offers AACSB accredited full-time, part-time and EMBA degree programs. The school’s Lincoln Center campus in Manhattan was established in 1961, and the Westchester campus was established in 1976.

Location(s)

The Fordham Gabelli School of Business is located on Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus, near the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in Manhattan. The school also hosts MBA and EMBA courses at its Westchester campus, located in Tarrytown, a drive or train ride north of the city.

Facilities

Fordham Gabelli School of Business is housed in the Leon Lowenstein Center, which also houses the Fordham College of Liberal Studies, the Graduate School of Education and the Graduate School of Social Service. The building features classrooms, student lounges, administrative and departmental offices and the Lowenstein Café. The school’s Quinn Library is located nearby.

Faculty

The Gabelli School of Business shares 127 full-time and 100 adjunct professors with Fordham’s undergraduate Gabelli School of Business. Many of the adjunct professors are executives at firms based in New York City.

MBA Degree Offerings

Full-time, Professional and Executive study are the three MBA options available at Fordham.