Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Show the World What You Can Do

Designed to Fit Your Life Today, and Shape It Tomorrow.

The Rutgers School of Business–Camden MBA program gives you all the tools you need to meet the complex challenges of business, from the key foundations to the latest innovations. You’ll gain a holistic understanding of brand building, and see how enterprises succeed in the always-on workplace of the 2020s. The program also takes an in-depth look at the core business fundamentals, such as finance, marketing, strategy, operations, and international business, delving beyond the basics to show you how these disciplines work together in a modern corporate structure. It’s a broad, yet flexible MBA program that lays the foundation for your future success, while fitting your life today.

To customize your degree, we offer Concentrations to tailor your degree to your interests, and deliver immediate application in the workplace.

MBA by the Numbers

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MBA Curriculum

The MBA curriculum consists of 54 credits (18 courses), which is based on the premise that there is a common body of knowledge important for managerial decision making, and elective courses selected by the student after completion of appropriate prerequisite courses. Some foundation course requirements may be waived based upon prior knowledge gained at the undergraduate level. The three elective courses can be part of one of the Focused Learning Modules options available to MBA students.

53:135:500 Managerial Economics

Micro- and macro-economic analysis topics utilized in subsequent MBA courses. Supply, demand and market equilibrium; elasticity, revenue and marginal revenue; fixed, variable, average and marginal cost; perfect competition, monopoly and oligopoly; employment, inflation, monetary policy and determinants of interest rates. 

53:135:501 Managerial Skills

This course will provide opportunities to strengthen your managerial skills in three core areas: personal, interpersonal and group. You will forge relationships class-wide and within your assigned learning team, and you will gain a greater sense of your individual strengths and opportunities for personal development. The hallmark of this course is experiential learning so you can expect each session to be highly interactive and participative, involving a combination of lectures, videos, individual and team projects, discussions and hands-on activities.

53:135:502 Quantitative Skills

This course provides mathematical and statistical foundation that will help students in understanding topics presented in courses offered by different functional areas such as finance, accounting, marketing and management. Topics covered include descriptive statistics, probability, discrete and continuous random variables, sampling, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, and linear regression analysis. The course also includes the use of statistical software programs.

53:010:502 Accounting for Financial Reporting

Comprehensive coverage of the accounting system designed for financial reporting to stakeholders of the firm such as stockholders, creditors, financial analysts, and the public at large. The impact of financial transactions on the operating performance and financial position of the firm are emphasized. Application of GAAP in accounting, accounting irregularities and ethics in financial reporting are incorporated throughout the course.

53:010:503 Accounting for Managerial Decisions

The course covers the accounting systems designed to help management in decision making. Planning (budgeting) and control systems, various product and service costing methods, and cost analysis for pricing replacement, outsourcing, quality and other management decisions are emphasized. Performance evaluation of product lines, divisions, and the firm as a whole including balanced scorecard and incentive systems are also covered. Prerequisite: 53:010:502

53:716:502 Business Analytics

Managers, regardless of their functional responsibilities, make decisions that are driven by data and analysis. This course will help in development of important skills in data analysis and modeling. Through rigorous and guided exercises, students will gain the ability to synthesize pieces of analyzed information to make better decisions. A combination of theoretical and practical mathematical and software tools will be used. In addition to regular lectures, the course will employ computer exercises, case analysis, discussions and team presentations. Special emphasis will be on making the results/decisions end-user-friendly.

53:390:506 Financial Management

Valuation as the unifying principle of Finance. Topics include forms of business ownership, firm and project cash flows, time value of money, bond and stock valuation, capital budgeting, operating and financial leverage, risk and diversification, and the cost of capital. Prerequisites: 53:010:502 and 53:135:500.

3:716:513 Operations Management: Productivity & Quality

This course provides the foundation for managing the operations of both manufacturing and service organizations. Topics include operations strategy, product and service design, inventory management, facility and capacity planning, forecasting, quality management, supply chain management, and just-in-time operations. Prerequisite: 53:135:502

53:623:510 Managing Projects & IT

Information technology (IT) is an important driver and enabler of the dramatic transformation of the business landscape. This course is designed to provide future managers with a fundamental understanding of the key IT issues for effective decision making on IT initiatives and investments, and manage the IT assets of an organization. Both managerial and technical aspects of IT management are discussed. Case studies and hands-on assignments reinforce the concepts and current business practices.

53:620:506 International Business Environment

Introduction to the context of international business. Overview of the economic, ethical, cultural, legal, and political issues that affect operations in the global arena. Discussion of various trade theories, trade barriers, and trade agreements. Modes of entering foreign countries. The study of multinational corporations in terms of their strategies, structures, human resources, and operations. Various regions of the world are explored through case studies.

53:620:505 Leadership & Managing Human Capital

This course is designed to help students acquire new knowledge and develop skills related to the understanding of managing behavior and processes in organizations. It is also the goal of this course to help you become more aware of your effectiveness as individuals and group/team participants in an organizational setting. Topical coverage includes, but is not limited to, organizational culture and structure, group/tem dynamics, leadership and power issues, communication, decision-making, motivation theories and applications, managing stress, and individual differences such as perceptions, attitudes and personality.

53:630:508 Marketing Management

Addresses marketing frameworks and decision tools for developing products and services that deliver value to customers; segmenting the market and selecting target markets; and designing and implementing the best combination of marketing variables to carry out a firm’s strategy, including product, price, promotion, and distribution decisions.

53:010:565 Financial Statement Analysis

Analysis, understanding, and interpretation of financial statements; simple skills and methods for making common sense of the elaborate financial statements and financial reports prepared according to existing accounting standards and conventions. Skills relevant to credit analyses, lending decisions, security analyses, investment decisions, and other decisions that rely on financial data. Prerequisite: 53:010:502

53:533:501 Corporate Social Responsibility, Ethics & Law

A business organization’s relationships with the external environment; the influence of consumers and labor organizations; ethics; governmental influences, such as taxation, rules and regulations, and antitrust policy; the role of business in the economy. Problems and cases used to illustrate the decision process necessitated in various environmental situations.

53:620:672 Strategic Management: Integrating the Enterprise

Provides a top management view of the firm. Students analyze the internal and external environments of firms, develop strategy, and work out its implementation. Emphasizes team-building and verbal presentation skills. Improves understanding of diverse critical industries and mega-trends. Capstone course. To be taken in the final term or last term available.

Nine credits (3 courses) required.

Alumni Highlights​

Alumni at Work

The power of our MBA degree, combined with the networking capabilities of the Scarlet Network, opens doors and puts opportunity at your feet. You’ll find Rutgers MBA alumni working in leadership roles for some of the nation’s most admired corporations and organizations, including:

Acre Mortgage & Financial
Airgas, Inc.
American Water Works Company
Bank of NY Mellon
Bayada Home Health Care
Children’s Futures, NJ
Deutsche Bank Securities DowDuPont
Easter Seals New Jersey, Inc.
Ernst & Young
JP Morgan
Lockheed Martin
Morgan Stanley
Novacyl, Inc.
Novo Nordisk
NRG Energy – Princeton, NJ
Otis Elevator
Parx Casino
Shell Oil
State of NJ
Subaru of America
US Bancorp
US Navy
Westinghouse Lighting Corp.

Tailor Your Degree to Your Interests

The Rutgers MBA program gives you all the tools you need to meet the challenges of business today, and tomorrow. One of the most innovative aspects of the program is the Concentrations. They enable you to delve deeper into the specialty area that best matches your career interests and goals. 


Explore the World of International Business

As a Rutgers MBA student, you can get invaluable global business experience through our study aboard program, held in nations such as South Africa, China, South Korea, Brazil, Panama, Portugal, and Cuba. This three-credit elective gets you working hands-on with top executives from international corporations to discuss and solve real-world business challenges.

In response to COVID-19, the Rutgers School of Business–Camden has decided to waive the GMAT/GRE standardized test score requirement for all graduate program applicants, effective now through Fall 2021.

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BLDP Shadowing Days Application

After being notified of a match, students are responsible for providing personal information to the matched executive (e.g., current resume and cover letter with information on career ambitions). The information on this application is for internal use only, for us to match you as well as possible with and executive from among our alumni database.

BLDP Application

The Fall 2021 Application is now open! 

Priority will be given to applications received by Friday, April 2, 2021. Applications are accepted until all seats are filled. Space is limited, so apply early!

The seminar application process is our gateway for entry into the program. Upon acceptance into BLDP, students will be emailed their acceptance letter plus a special permission number allowing registration for the BLDP seminar.


Seminar applications are solicited each semester and require the following:

  1. Completed application form (at the bottom of this page),
  2. Personal essay
  3. Two (2) letters of recommendation (one academic; one other)

Rutgers-Camden students are invited to apply to apply for enrollment in the BLDP seminar. All applicants are expected to meet both of the following selection criteria:  (1) have sophomore standing or above and (2) have an overall GPA of 3.0 or above. First-semester transfer students will be evaluated based on their GPA earned at Rutgers. Students who fail to meet these admission criteria may still be allowed to apply for (and possibly enroll in) the BLDP seminar, but they will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

The director balances evaluations to make final decisions on people accepted for the seminar (up to a maximum of 15-20 each semester).

Students who are admitted to the BDLP are required to adopt the BLDP Code of Conduct. A signed contract is required from each student.

Students may count activities toward “leadership units” that were initiated prior to taking a seminar, as long as those activities occured primarily during their enrollment in their academic program.

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