Graduate Business Programs

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Graduate Business Programs

Students enrolled in courses at Molloy University’s School of Business develop the knowledge and skills that employers expect of graduate business students. Our programs are designed around the needs of students:

  • MBA degrees and Advanced Certificates are both offered.
  • Courses include ample opportunities to develop critical thinking and decision-making skills.
  • Small class sizes allow for lively discussions and engagement with peers and professors.
  • Capstone projects offer students leadership opportunities as they work with not-for-profit clients on real-world problems.
  • Seven-week semesters allow students to enroll at convenient times throughout the year.

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 6-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 wish to 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. 


Learn more about our graduate business programs!

  • Program Structure

    Courses in our Graduate Business programs are offered in formats suited for professionals in need of flexible learning modalities, including the following: online asynchronous, online synchronous, hybrid, and in person on campus. Online asynchronous courses do not require any real-time interaction with the instructor. Courses delivered in other modalities are offered in the evenings and occasionally on Saturdays. Additionally, students in our Finance, Healthcare Administration, Management, and Marketing MBA programs may earn their degrees online.

    Graduate Business courses are offered in seven-week semesters throughout the year (Fall I, Fall II, Spring I, Spring II, Summer III, and Summer IV). Occasionally, courses are offered during the two-week Winter Intersession. 

    Students may be enrolled on a part-time or full-time basis. 

    The final capstone course consists of a consulting project during which students address a business problem presented by a not-for-profit organization or government agency. 

  • Faculty

    Faculty with extensive industry experience offer students contemporary, challenging curricula to prepare them for the competitive global business environment. 

    In addition, faculty serve as academic advisors and assist students in selecting courses and planning next steps in their careers.

  • Career Services

    Our Business Career Coordinator is dedicated to helping students find internships and new career opportunities.

    In addition, the School of Business has a vast network of alumni eager to help students achieve their career objectives.

  • Learning Outcomes

    Our program learning outcomes reflect our expectations of a student preparing for a meaningful professional and personal life. We focus on the student’s development of knowledge​, critical thinking skills, written and oral communication skills, and the application of decision support tools to aid in business decision-making. Furthermore, we promote a thorough examination of ethical and social responsibility issues throughout our programs. 

  • Accreditation & Recognition

    Molloy University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

    Molloy University’s School of Business programs are accredited by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE). In addition, the school is a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).