Third MBA Group to Come to Anisfield

The Anisfield School of Business at Ramapo College of New Jersey will welcome the third student cohort of its new Accelerated MBA Program for Working Professionals this year. These students will earn their MBA degrees in just 20 months through an innovative curriculum, which stresses hands-on learning.

The program includes a trip to China to gain insight into the business opportunities available in today’s emerging markets, and gives students the chance to further sharpen their management and leadership skills through real-world consulting assignments with local area businesses.

This cohort group is comprised of an extraordinarily talented and diverse set of working professionals from a broad array of enterprises including several Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations. Program participants come with an equally diverse set of undergraduate backgrounds, which naturally include the business disciplines as well as such, areas as journalism, psychology, chemistry, engineering and music.

Because so much of the learning that takes place in MBA programs is the result of the interchange of ideas and experiences among the members of the class, the quality of the resulting learning experience depends upon the depth and breadth of the backgrounds of the participants.

Given the impressive composition of the first three cohorts of the school’s new MBA program, Anisfield is making sure that our students are in for an amazing, career-altering and life-altering learning experience. For more information about the Accelerated MBA program, visit the school’s website or schedule a 30 minute meeting with an MBA Advisor or attend a MBA class by contacted the MBA Office to register.


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Erin Purcell

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