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Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)


From hands-on experience to theoretical foundations, the management concentration prepares you to lead with confidence and success. Students are able to develop skills in areas such as negotiation, entrepreneurship and innovation.

Our M.B.A. program combines a strong core curriculum with electives that let you map your own path, and we keep the program streamlined to just 40 credits. We welcome both full- and part-time students and offer small and flexible classes to accommodate your schedule on our main campus in South Orange, NJ which is only 14 miles away from New York City.

Thanks to that broad preparation, our management students have gone on to work at TD Bank, Axa Financial, and Life Integra, to name just a few.

What Can I Do with an M.B.A. in Management?

With an M.B.A. in Management, you're equipped with a broad-based understanding of business operations, strategy and leadership, positioning you for a wide range of career opportunities. Graduates can ascend to executive roles such as CEO, COO or general manager, overseeing entire organizations or specific departments. The best Management MBA programs prepare individuals for consultancy roles, helping firms optimize their operations and navigate change. Aspiring entrepreneurs can leverage the skills gained to start their own businesses or venture into franchise management. Moreover, sectors like human resources, project management and operations also beckon, allowing graduates to drive teams, lead projects or streamline processes. The versatility of an M.B.A. in Management means you can pivot across industries, from tech to healthcare, and from nonprofits to multinational corporations. In essence, this degree provides a foundational skill set that can be applied to virtually any industry or role where strategy, leadership, and operational excellence are paramount.


  • 73 US News Best Part-time M.B.A. Ranking
  • 25% of Faculty Collaborate with Students on Projects
  • 40 Average Credits for Degree
  • 20 Hours of Student Volunteer Service
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The Stillman Difference


Seton Hall offers a top-ranked, accredited M.B.A. for working professionals that transforms concepts into practice.

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"I love walking into a classroom, experiencing an "ah-ha" moment, then applying this new knowledge immediately to my work, accelerating my career."

Stephanie Gage ’09
Customer Marketing Category Manager, Ferrero USA Inc.


With a focus on an ethics-centered education, our M.B.A. starts with a core curriculum that covers accounting, economics, the behavioral and quantitative sciences, and the functional areas of business.

There are many paths to follow. With a management focus, you can choose from diverse courses, such as:

  • Negotiation
  • Management and Social Responsibility
  • Gender and Diversity Issues
  • Consultancy Management
  • Leadership in Challenging Times

At the end of the program, you'll have the opportunity to apply the knowledge gained and consult with an actual client in our M.B.A. consulting course.

Expect small class sizes and dynamic discussions with your peers, industry professionals and professors-whose expertise spans organizational behavior, corporate social responsibility, labor relations, international business, entrepreneurship, and many other areas.

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Center of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Created in 2003, the Center advances hands-on entrepreneurial learning and fosters an entrepreneurial spirit in our students. The business community and alumni entrepreneurs help shape curriculum and mentor students to prepare them for entrepreneurial endeavors, whether they work for a large corporation, mid-sized company or a start-up.

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Program Faculty

Many of our full-time faculty have attended top Ph.D. programs and are in demand as lecturers, consultants and media experts. Stillman School faculty provide an academic experience characterized by high faculty-student engagement, often partnering with students on research and other projects.

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Paula Becker Alexander
Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Management
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A. D. Amar
Professor of Management
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Karen Boroff
Professor of Management and Dean Emeritus
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Laurence McCarthy
Associate Professor of Management
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A Top M.B.A. for Working Professionals

The Stillman School of Business offers an ethics-centered graduate education that "transforms concepts into business practice." We are among the top 1 percent of business schools worldwide that have achieved both business and accounting accreditation from The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Known for academic excellence, the school's M.B.A. program is consistently named a Princeton Review "Best Business School" and a U.S. News "Top Business School for Part-time MBAs."

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