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N Y I T

M B A

Degree: Master of Business Administration (MBA) Duration: 2 years


Required Credits: 42 or 48 Credits

1. Program Overview
Whether you have just completed your undergraduate degree, or have been working in your chosen field for years, the prestigious New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program offers you a great opportunity to pursue your professional goals. NYIT's highly--ranked MBA is world-recognized for its high standard in business education. Students gain from the advantages of taking a degree program through a prestigious university like the New York Institute of Technology with world-class professors. 2 2.

Advantages
T The MBA degree is from a large, highly ranked, well-known university Whether courses are taken in New York or Vancouver (or JUFE or Bahrain or Abu Dhabi or Amman) the degree is the same NYIT MBA d degree. Classes are taught by both instructors who are either professionally or academically qualified. Many are New York based professors, who teach t their specialties throughout the world including Vancouver. Many classes are offered at night and on the weekends - students have the opportunity to design a schedule around their work, family and p personal obligations. The program is open to qualified students with any four--year b baccalaureate undergraduate degree. T The MBA can be normally completed in 3 to 5 semesters. MBA classes are offered three semesters a year - starting in January, M May and September. Students may enter the program at the beginning of any of these s semesters. G Graduation ceremonies are held in New York each spring. B BC Ministry of Advanced Education approved degree granting. L Local students can apply for Canadian students loan International students will get 3-year open post-graduate work permit.

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Entrance Requirements
B Baccalaureate Degree from an accredited university G GPA must be 2.5 or higher on a scale of 4. English Proficiency: TOEFL 550 (CBT 213) or equivalent

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Required Documentation
N NYIT Application form P Payment of the application fee: US$ 50 (non-refundable) O Official Certificate of bachelor degree (English or Notarized) O Official transcript of all undergraduate work (English or Notarized) P Proof of English Proficiency: TOEFL 550 (IBT79) or equivalent A resume (1-2 pages) (optional ) Two recent photographs (passport size)

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Tuition and fee:


Application Fee: US$ 50 (non-refundable) Tuition: Total US$ 32,886 (US$ 783 / credit) Non-refundable commitment fee: U$500 C Concentration fee if taken: (6 credits): U$4,698 Pre-requisite courses: US$ 2,349 / course College fee (per term): U$40

6. The MBA Options


Seven different concentrations are available in the NYIT MBA program. The general MBA requires 42 credits -- 27 of which are core courses and 12 are electives. Concentrations require 48 credits 27 core and 15 as electives within the concentration and 3 from any area. For example (currently offered i in Vancouver): General Business Administration - 42 Credits o (Core 27 + Any Elective 12 + Seminar 3) ( Marketing - 48 Credits o (Core 27 + Elective of Marketing 15 + Any Elective 3 + Seminar 3 3) Management of Information Systems, MIS - 48 Credits o (Core 27 + Elective of MIS 15 + Any Elective 3 + Seminar 3) ( Finance - 48 Credits o (Core 27 + Elective of Finance 15 + Any Elective 3 + Seminar 3) Note: students who want concentrations not currently offered in Vancouver may complete the requirements in New York.

7. Curriculum
Stressing the application of modern business theories to problems confronting modern-day administrators in the public and private sectors of the economy, NYIT's curriculum is multi-functional, integrated, and up-to-date. hPrerequisite courses for any MBA Option The following courses are required for those who have not previously taken the

equivalents. Potential waivers for these courses will be determined upon initial application to the program. Code Course Credit ACCT 595 Financial Accounting 0 ECON 595 Survey Economics 0 MIST 595 Information Systems for Management 0 QANT 595 Quantitative Method I 0 hCore Courses Code
MGMT 601 MRKT 601 QANT 601 MGMT 610 FINC 601 ACCT 601 ECON 601 MGMT 690 MGMT 605 Marketing Management Quantitative Method II Operations Management Financial Management Managerial Accounting Managerial Economics for Decision Making Business Policy Seminar Organizational Behavior

Course

Credit
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

The Environment of Business Enterprise

hElective Courses - Marketing Code


ACCT 745 INTL 740 INTL 745 MRKT 701 MRKT 705 MRKT 710 MRKT 715 MRKT 725 MRKT 730 MRKT 735

Course

Credit
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Legal Environment of Business Cross-Cultural Promotional Concepts and practices World Trade In Services Sales Force Management Marketing Research International Marketing Marketing Communication and Promotion Management of New Products Management of Customer Value Business to Business Marketing

hElective Courses Management of Information Systems Code Course


INTL 760 MIST 705 MIST 710 MIST 715 MIST 720 MIST 730 MIST 735 MIST 740 MIST 745 Current Topics in MIS Information Resource Management Systems Hardware and Software Systems Analysis and Design Database Management Systems Audit and Control of Computer-Based Information Systems Computer Simulation and Modeling Decision Support Systems Distributed Processing

Credit
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

MIST 750

Data communication and Networks

hElective Courses - Finance Code


ACCT 701 ACCT 745 FINC 705 FINC 715 FINC 720 FINC 725 FINC 730 FINC 735 FINC 741

Course

Credit
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Financial Statement Analysis Legal Environment of Business International Finance Futures Markets and Contracts Corporate Finance Options Markets and Instruments Short-term finance Investment Principles and Policies Financial Institutions and Portfolio Management

hElective Courses - Accounting Code


ACCT 701 ACCT 702 ACCT 705 ACCT 710 ACCT 725 ACCT 735 ACCT 745 MIST 730

Course

Credit
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Financial Statement Analysis Extensive Financial Accounting Financial Accounting Theory Tax Aspects of Managerial Decisions Professional Auditing Fund Accounting Legal Environment of Business Audit and Control of Computer-Based Information Systems

hElective Courses International Business Code Course


FINC 705 INTL 701 INTL 705 INTL 710 INTL 715 INTL 720 INTL 725 INTL 735 INTL 740 INTL 745 International Finance Comparative Performance of Economic Systems International Economic Concepts and Policies Export-Import Operations and Finance International Financial Institutions, Markets and Instruments Legal Aspects of International Commercial Transactions Multinational business Management International and Regional Organizations and Arrangements Cross-Cultural Promotional Concepts and Practices World Trade in Services

Credit
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

MRKT 710

International Marketing

hElective Courses E-Commerce Code


MGMT 775 MGMT 780 MIST 705 MIST 720 MIST 722 MIST 750 MIST 752 MRKT 740 TECH 701

Course

Credit
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Introduction to E-Commerce (Required) Supply Chain Management Information Resource Management Database Management Systems Database Management Systems Applications Data Communication and Networks Data Communication and Networks Applications Marketing on the Internet (Required) Technology and organizations

hElective Courses Health Administration Code Course


HLTH 701 HLTH 705 HLTH 710 HLTH 715 HLTH 720 Health Administration and Management Alternative Systems of Health Care Delivery Current Problems in Health Care Administration Epidemiology Biomedical Statistics

Credit
3 3 3 3 3

hComprehensive Seminar Code


MBAC 820 Comprehensive Seminar

Course

Credit
3

- Must be taken in the last semester.