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Anisfield Holds Instant GMAT Waiver Decision Info Session

The Anisfield School of Business will be giving instant decisions on GMAT waivers and an information session for prospective students. The event will be held Jan. 31 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Attendants who arrive one hour early to the event or stay after the information session can discuss GMAT waivers with an advisor. Applicants seeking a waiver must bring an updated resume and a copy of their undergraduate and/or graduate transcripts to information session. The information session will cover Anisfield’s 20-month accelerated MBA program for professionals.

Classes for the MBA program are held two evenings per week on the Ramapo campus, with three hours a week of online learning. Students complete two classes each 10-week term. Students complete 42 credits over the course of seven terms. Students complete six core courses, three leadership courses, two global components, two elective courses and one capstone course consulting project.

Before the start of the program, students must complete a PreMBA review. This consists of three courses covering accounting, quantitative methods and statistics and business writing and communication. These PreMBA courses provide students who do not have a business background with the knowledge necessary to be successful in the course.

The core courses provide students with a solid business foundation. Core courses cover managerial economics, accounting for managerial decision-making, statistics and decision models, financial management, operations management and marketing management and strategy. The leadership and global courses give students the know-how to be successful leaders in the global economy.

Prospective students who are interested in attending the information session can complete registration online. Those who are interested in receiving a decision on a GMAT waiver are reminded to bring a copy of their resume and all transcripts to the event.

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