Online MBA Programs for New York City Residents
If you're interested in earning your New York City MBA, consider St. Bonaventure Online as your first choice. Our AACSB-accredited online MBA program can not only give you the credentials to boost your career, it will also give you the moral capacity to consistently make ethical business decisions that can better the world around you. St. Bonaventure can help you get to where you want to be.
About Our Online New York City MBA Program
- How Long: ~2 years (sometimes more, sometimes less)
- How Much: $732 per credit hour
- Focuses: Accounting, Finance & Marketing
The online Master of Business Administration program for New York City, NY residents uses a 7 week term format, with two terms in each semester. Most New York City residents can have the online degree requirements completed in approximately 2 years. Students with certain academic achievements may be able to have the online MBA requirements in as few as 20 months.
Our Online MBA Admissions Requirements
- No GMAT/GRE required for applicants with a
- 3.3 GPA or
- 3.0 GPA with 2 years of relevant work experience (as determined by the program director)
- A completed application and résumé
- A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university
- Transcripts from all colleges attended
About New York City, New York
New York City is the most populous city in both New York state and the United States as a whole and has been since 1790. NYC is located on the southeastern-most tip of the State of New York and has a large port on the Atlantic Ocean. Ever since the area was settled in 1624, New York City has been a center for commerce, industry, trade and immigration. Many European countries laid claim to the area but it eventually became one of America's early capital cities. Many European immigrants came to New York City early on including Dutch, Spanish and British people. Later came Irish and Polish immigrants as well as many African-Americans seeking asylum in the city since the State of New York abolished slavery in 1827. New York City later became the city with the largest African-American population in the US at the time. Today, New York City is a global powerhouse of commerce, recognized as a world-leader in policy and innovation.
Boroughs of New York City