At Rutgers–Camden, MBA students have the enviable advantage of working in a small professional school. With a student-faculty ratio of 30:1, you’ll enjoy close contact with highly accomplished professors who will become coaches as well as your dedicated teachers. These faculty members appreciate the maturity and real-life awareness that graduate students bring to the learning experience, and they work diligently to further hone their students’ skills.
Through a combination of case studies, seminars, guest speakers, team projects, and simulations, our professors turn complex concepts into useful tools that you will use throughout your career.
- The Rutgers–Camden MBA Executive Lunch Series brings together students and leading business executives. Once a semester, executives take time out of their busy schedules to share their stories with MBA students and discuss their business or profession.
- The MBA Student Association is a student-run organization responsible for providing networking opportunities for current MBA students with peers, faculty, and alumni. The association assists in organizing executive dinners, trips to local companies for tours and information sessions, and acts a resource for students and alumni to enhance professional development. The MBA Student Association sponsors several events each semester that allow students to engage in conversation outside of the classroom setting. The purpose of these events is to establish a strong camaraderie with peers and to build a professional network foundation that can be utilized after graduation.