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Established 1919
Location Syracusemarker, New Yorkmarker
Type private
Dean Melvin T. Stith


The Martin J. Whitman School of Management is Syracuse Universitymarker's (SU) business school. It was named after Martin J. Whitman, an alumnus and benefactor of the school. The school was established in 1919. Its undergraduate program is currently ranked #39 by the US News & World Report. The building is located on SU's main campus.

History

Student Team Room
Atrium


MBA program

The Whitman MBA program may be completed three different ways:

*"Traditional 2-year program" The full-time MBA program comprises a curriculum of 54 credits. During the summer between the first and second academic years, students complete a four-month internship or participate in special international internships co-sponsored by Syracuse University Abroad.

*"iMBA" The iMBA is Syracuse University's limited-residency distance learning program for executive students. The program features the same curriculum and faculty as the full time MBA program at Syracuse.

*"Accelerated MBA" Seasoned business professionals with four or more years of full-time work experience who have an undergraduate degree in business from an AACSB International-accredited institution may take advantage of this streamlined 36-credit alternative to the traditional full-time Syracuse MBA program. The accelerated program is available only on a full-time basis.

  • "Dual Degree"


Reputations & MBA ranking

  • BusinessWeek's MBA ranking: 54th (Also Considered)
  • US News MBA ranking 65th
  • Recognized as the 2005 National Model Undergraduate Program by the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
  • Ranked in the Top Tier for national universities by Entrepreneur magazine in both 2005 and 2004
  • Selected as a NASDAQ Entrepreneurship Center of Excellence in 2004.
  • Ranked as the 7th most entrepreneurial campus in the nation by Forbes.com/ Princeton Review in 2004


Full-time MBA profile(class of 2008)



Concentrations

  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Global leadership
  • Marketing Management
  • General Management
  • Innovation Management
  • Management of technology
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Retail Management


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