first_imgThe Best Part-Time New York City MBA Programs Last Updated Apr 24, 2017 by Kelly VoFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail RelatedDiscover Why You Need the Lehigh University Flex MBAThe online MBA isn’t what is used to be. Just a few years ago, an online degree was considered a “fake” degree. Now, that couldn’t be further from the truth. At top schools like the Lehigh University College of Business and Economics, an online MBA is more than a mode of…July 18, 2016In “Featured Home”Top Online MBA Programs in New York CityIt used to be that online schooling was less useful and well respected than on-campus learning. It was thought that online students took the easy path to their education, but no longer. Now, for many graduate programs, their online MBAs are just as exceptional as their on-campus counterparts. Students take…November 23, 2016In “Advice”Top Online MBAs in the Philly MetroFor those who have decided to pursue an MBA, an already hectic schedule and an active, demanding work life can make attending classes on campus improbable. An online MBA can be the perfect answer to this conundrum.  The Philly Metro has some of the top destinations for virtual learners. Lehigh…November 17, 2016In “Featured Home” regions: New York Citycenter_img Not everyone can afford to quit their job to go back to school full time for an MBA. Thankfully, you don’t have to. If you live in New York City, there are over half a dozen part-time MBA programs for you to choose from, but with such a large list it can be difficult to choose the best program for you.That’s why we’ve outlined the best part-time New York City MBA programs to help you out. Each of these programs offers something that helps it stand out from the rest.Part-Time New York City MBA ProgramsLehigh University College of Business and EconomicsAt Lehigh University, the Flex MBA program is a stand out for its convenience factor. It offers both on-campus and online options, so you can choose what works best for your schedule. You can even change up how you learn each week. So, if one week you have a busy work schedule, you can take your courses online, and if the following week you have more freedom, you can head to campus. Though the Flex MBA offers online learning that doesn’t mean the curriculum is less intense. Instead, the university uses Classroom LIVE—an integrated, web-based learning environment—to deliver the program in real-time from classrooms on Lehigh’s campus to students in their homes, workplaces and while they’re traveling.Students also have a choice about how long it will take to graduate. The part-time and Online programs can take anywhere from 24-72 months to complete, while the Accelerated program takes only 16-24 months, and it’s still part-time with classes every evening Monday-Thursday.Zicklin School of Business – Baruch CollegeZicklin’s part-time MBA is offered in the evenings and includes the same curriculum and professors as the full-time MBA. Typically, students complete the 48-credit program in three years, with an average of six credits (two or three courses) a semester. And for flexibility, students can vary the number of courses and credits they take each semester to accommodate their personal and professional circumstances.The reason the Zicklin part-time MBA program stands out is due to its class profile; it has one of the largest percentages of female candidates at 45 percent. If you’re interested in the program, you should have an average GMAT of 593 and a GPA of 3.3. Most applicants also have at least five years of work experience and are around 29-years old. As for where Zicklin part-time MBA graduates find jobs, you can find them at American Express, The Walt Disney Company, JP Morgan Chase and more.Rutgers Business School, Newark and New BrunswickThe Rutgers part-time MBA program is designed to be flexible and tailored to the individual student. One of the things that makes this part-time program so attractive is the opportunity to choose from one of ten concentrations. Students can customize their curriculum to fit their career aspirations and schedule by selecting between an MBA concentration in accounting, entrepreneurship, marketing, real estate and more.Another attractive feature of the Rutgers part-time MBA is the fact that its curriculum is identical to its full-time program, so there’s no difference in quality or standards. And according to the U.S. News & World Report, the Rutgers part-time MBA is the No. 1 Public MBA in the Tri-State (New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey) area. MBA candidates accepted into the program have around 86 months of work experience and a GMAT score of 583.Stern School of Business – New York UniversityThere’s no doubt that the Stern School is one of the top business schools in the U.S., which is just one reason to consider their part-time MBA at Westchester. The program is relatively selective with only 310 students in the fall and 200 in the spring. The average GMAT score is between 620-730, and a student’s typical work experience is between 1-15 years.As for what makes the Stern part-time MBA stand out: its flexibility. While students are required to take their first-year courses at one of the two campuses—Manhattan or Westchester—after that, they can take classes at either campus during the weeknights or on weekends. And of particular benefit for part-time MBA students is the ability to complete the program by only taking courses on weekends.Stillman School of Business – Seton Hall UniversityThe Stillman School at Seton Hall University only offers one MBA program designed for working professionals. It’s a part-time MBA program that covers the functional areas of business while also offering classes on ethics and servant leadership. Students in the program typically take classes in the evenings to accommodate busy schedules, but the environment remains hands-on with small classes sizes and a high-level of faculty-student interaction.As for the curriculum, part-time MBA students at Stillman can choose to specialize their MBA coursework with one of eight concentrations including Sport Management, Finance, Information Technology Management and International Business. There’s also a unique opportunity to complete a 20-hour service project as part of the degree requirements. About the AuthorKelly Vo    Kelly Vo is a writer who specializes in covering MBA programs, digital marketing, and personal development.View more posts by Kelly Vo last_img read more