Rider's MBA at a Glance
How relevant is the new curriculum to today's business needs?
Our MBA curriculum is the result of several collaborations by our faculty with multinational corporations, regional businesses, local employers, and alumni. Based on their needs for professional skills and contemporary business knowledge, we focus our MBA curriculum on specific analytical, communications, and technology skills, coupled with the breadth of knowledge expected from a top MBA school in Supply Chain, Marketing, Strategic Planning, Finance, and Organizational Success. Even with this market-driven deep core curriculum, we offer flexibility to our students in our several concentrations, independent studies and consulting projects.
What is the total number of credit hours to complete the program?
The enriched MBA Program requires 33 credit hours of graduate level work for those with strong academic foundations in business. For our students without business degrees and backgrounds, they may take between 33 and 52.5 credit hours.
Can I complete a concentration in my MBA program?
All students can concentrate in a specific area of study by taking one additional elective for a total of three. These include:
- Business Analytics
- Forensic Accounting (for those with an undergraduate accounting degree)
- Global Business
What is the average class size?
At Rider, our class size is on average 18 students per class. Our students’ education is our top priority for our faculty and therefore we have small class sizes.
What is the return on my investment in achieving a Rider MBA?
We recognize the biggest investment our students make, in addition to financial, is their time to complete the MBA program. The benefits of an MBA include:
- Improvement in salary and promotion potential upon degree completion
- Increased employability
- Ability to change careers
- Increased skills and capabilities for professional success
- A great network of faculty and colleagues.
You will find that across these dimensions our MBA program is highly valued by our students and employers…just ask them.