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Explore Our Graduate Business Programs and Unlock Career Opportunities


We provide students in our Accounting, Business Analytics, Finance, Healthcare Administration, Management, and Marketing MBA programs with the knowledge and skills they need to advance in their careers. Pursuing an advanced degree in business administration from the Molloy University School of Business can distinguish you from your peers.

If you are considering taking the next step in your academic journey, join us for an online information session to learn more about our programs and ask any questions you may have:

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Why Earn Your MBA from Molloy?

The School of Business aims to be the school of choice for students desiring an ethically-based, high-quality, socially-minded business education. We blend transformative education, executive-based learning, and the Dominican ideals of study, service, spirituality, and community in preparing students for a meaningful professional and personal life.

Students enrolled in our courses develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions that employers expect of graduate business students. Whether students take courses online or at our Long Island campus in Rockville Centre, New York, they have access to:

  • Faculty with significant industry experience and insights into the business world.
  • Unique, career-enhancing capstone projects with not-for-profit clients seeking solutions to organizational challenges.
  • Courses that promote the development of critical thinking and decision-making skills.
  • Small class sizes which allow for lively discussions and engagement with peers and professors.
  • Seven-week semesters, allowing students to enroll at six convenient times throughout the year.
  • A vast network of alumni on Long Island and across the region eager to help students achieve their career objectives.

Choose a Program that is Best for You

Our programs (including six MBA degrees, six Advanced Certificates, and two Badges) address the needs of contemporary students regardless of where they are in their lifelong learning journeys.

Ready to take the next step? Pursue an MBA degree with us in any of these growth areas:

Students with a bachelor's degree may earn a Post-Baccalaureate Advanced Certificate in Finance, Healthcare Administration, or Marketing. In addition, upon successful completion of this six-course advanced certificate program, students may apply to one of our MBA programs and have all 18 credits applied toward their MBA degree.

Students who have already earned a master's degree in a relevant business discipline may pursue a Post-Master's Advanced Certificate to demonstrate professional growth, develop new skills needed for career advancement, or gain credentials to enter a new field.​ We offer 18-credit Post-Master's Advanced Certificates in Finance, Healthcare Administration, and Marketing. 

We also offer opportunities for non-matriculated students to earn Badges in Healthcare Administration and Project Management.

How are the Programs Structured?

We've designed our programs around the needs of busy professionals. We understand what it is like to juggle work and family responsibilities while pursuing new academic credentials (after all, we are lifelong learners, too!), and so our admissions policy, semester length, and learning formats reflect that.

Rolling Admissions

We know that students want to enroll in an MBA program when the time is right for them. That is why we have a rolling admissions policy and offer six program entry dates throughout the year: two in the fall, two in the spring, and two in the summer. View our Academic Calendar for specific semester start dates.

Short Semesters

Our semesters last only seven weeks, which means you have the option of taking a semester off when work or personal commitments take precedence. You can earn your degree at your own pace, even if it takes up to five years (or longer with permission).

Online or Hybrid Courses

Courses in our graduate business programs are offered in online and hybrid formats so students can choose whether they want to attend classes on our Long Island campus. 

Students can take our online asynchronous and online synchronous courses from anywhere in the world. Our online asynchronous courses do not require any real-time interactions with professors while our online synchronous courses meet virtually in the evenings one night per week. Additionally, if you're enrolled in our Finance, Healthcare Administration, Management, or Marketing MBA programs, you have the option to pursue your degree entirely online. 

Students seeking face-to-face interaction with professors and classmates can enroll in our hybrid courses which are held on campus in Rockville Centre. Students in these classes alternate between meeting in person and learning online.

Our Faculty are Academic Advisors, Too

Whether you choose to study at Molloy University part time or full time, a dedicated faculty member will serve as your academic advisor throughout your journey. At any point during the semester, students can meet with their advisors to discuss academic plans for future semesters. And, since our faculty have significant work experience in their fields, they can also offer advice on navigating the business world and advancing in your career.

Access Helpful Career Services and Alumni

Our Business Career Coordinator provides personalized support whenever you need it and offers a range of valuable career services. The Coordinator works individually with students to help them create resumes, write cover letters, and develop interviewing skills. Additionally, the Coordinator can assist students with internships and job placement.

The Molloy School of Business also boasts an extensive network of alumni eager to support you in achieving your specific career goals. 

Expected Learning Outcomes

Our program learning outcomes reflect what we expect you to achieve as you prepare for a meaningful professional and personal life. This includes emphasizing the following aspects:

  • Knowledge Development: We expect students to acquire knowledge relevant to their field of study.
  • Critical Thinking Skills: Students should enhance their ability to think critically and analytically.
  • Written and Oral Communication Skills: We encourage the improvement of both written and verbal communication abilities.
  • Application of Decision-Support Tools: Students should be able to effectively use tools relevant to their discipline to aid in making sound business decisions.
  • Ethical Perspectives: We promote a thorough examination of ethical and social responsibility issues throughout our programs.

Importantly, our Capstone course gives students the opportunity to recommend and deliver solutions to not-for-profit and government organizations that need help with current business problems. Completing the Capstone course is a life-altering experience for many students. Not convinced? Listen to some of their stories!

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