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In order to meet China's need for modern international management, NYIT offers Executive M.B.A. (E.M.B.A.) programs to senior Chinese business managers in partnership with Tsinghua University (清华大学), Jinan University (暨南大学), Renmin University of China (中国人民大学), and Xiamen University (厦门大学). The students, after a successful completion of the program, will receive an E.M.B.A. degree from NYIT, in addition to a Business Administration Certificate from the NYIT's partner Institute through which the student come to attend the NYIT program.
NYIT’s EMBA program is a 36-credit curriculum, consisting of five courses (15 credits) in the functional areas, five elective course (15 credits), and two EMBA capstone (6 credits), in addition to the satisfaction of waivable M.B.A. core requirements (see the School of Management catalog).
EMBA Course Curriculum
|I - 1||MRKT-601||Marketing Management||3||Select|
|I - 2||ACCT-601||Managerial Accounting||3||Five Courses/|
|I - 3||FINC-601||Financial Management||3||15 Credits|
|I - 4||MGMT-605||Organizational Behavior||3||From Section I|
|I - 5||ECON-601||Managerial Economimcs||3||(incl. at least|
|I - 6||MIST-601||Management Information System||3||9 credits of|
|I - 7||MGMT-601||Business Environment||3||none-waivable|
|I - 8||QANT-601||Production and Operations Mgmt||3||courses)|
|II - 1||Elective I||e.g., Multinat'l Business Mgmt||3||Select|
|II - 2||Elective II||e.g., MGMT-705 Int'l Finance||3||Five Courses/|
|II - 3||Elective III||e.g., MRKT-710 Int'l Marketing||3||15 Credits|
|II - 4||Elective IV||e.g., HOSP-730 Food Culture & Contem Issues||3||From Section II|
|II - 5||Elective V||e.g., MGMT-725 Entrepren. & Venture Initiation||3|
|III - 1||Capstone I||3|
|III - 2||Capstone II||3|
The program is cohort-based with the lectures delivered in the intensive lecture format. The learning is achieved by the in-class lectures, case-study methodology, visits to business firms, special-topic seminars, and industry executive collaboration, together with an emphasis on practical applications and emerging issues in the business environment, enhance students' managerial capability and executive business performance. The lectures are taught in English with the support of Chinese teaching assistants.
In addition to in-class learning, students have experiential opportunities via various extracurricular activities including visits to Wall Street, interactions with the executives of Fortune 500 companies, cultural and social experiences, and other events.
Admission requirements for the E.M.B.A. program are:
NYIT's Education and Reputation
Exposure to New York City, a World Business Capital
A Distinguished Diploma : Upon successful completion of the program, students are awarded degrees from NYIT, a prestigious American university with a global reputation, as well as recognition by China's Ministry of Education. In addition, students receive a business educational certificate from Tsinghua University, Jinan University, Renmin University, and Xiamen University, the best-known higher educational institutions in China.
Learning Outcomes : NYIT's faculty members possess strong academic backgrounds and extensive business experience in the United States. Many professors have first-hand knowledge about China and can discuss management concepts and principles in relation to China. Learning is in multiple facets, including in-class lectures, case-study methods, visits to business firms, special-topic seminars, and in-class discussions. With an emphasis on practical applications, the program is designed to enhance the students' managerial capability and improved business performance. Most importantly, it helps broaden students' scope and prepares them for success in the 21st-century business world.
Networking Opportunities : Students develop direct contact with American executives and other students-an invaluable network to help career and business development. They have access to a pool of more than 77,000 NYIT alumni worldwide, and graduates of the program are eligible to have a personal e-mail account with NYIT for life. It helps build a valuable network to help further one's career in the global marketplace.
Value: The concise class schedules save students time and money, and the curriculum design makes it possible for many executives to pursue the program despite their busy working schedules.
Mid- and top-level business executives working in international companies, as well as private business owners, government officials, and second-generation business owners who plan to take over a business in the future.
NYIT Manhattan Neighorhood:
Broadway （这就在 NYIT 校区附近）
For more information please contact:
Dr. Scott Liu
Executive Associate Dean for Global Programs