Academics

GRADUATE BUSINESS PROGRAMS

The following is a partial listing of graduate business programs attended by Albright College graduates over the past few years. For more information, please contact the Economics and Business Department at 610.921.7538 or the Experiential Learning and Career Development Center at 610.921.7630, elcdc@albright.edu

Cornell University, MBA, Ithaca, NY
Desales University, MBA, Finance, Center Valley, PA
Drexel University, MBA, Finance, Philadelphia, PA
Eastern University, MBA, St. Davids, PA
Fairleigh Dickinson University, MBA, Human Resource Management, Madison, NJ
George Mason University, MBA, Fairfax, VA
George Washington University, MBA, Finance & Investments, Washington, DC
Harvard Business School, MBA, Boston, MA
Hofstra University, MBA, Hempstead, NY
Indiana University, MBA, Financial Management, Bloomington, IN
Kutztown University, MBA, Kutztown, PA
La Salle University, MBA, Finance, Philadelphia, PA
Lehigh University, MBA, Business Economics, Bethlehem, PA
Lehigh University, MBA, Supply Chain Management, Bethlehem, PA
Loyola College, MBA, Finance, Baltimore, MD
Monmouth University, MBA, West Long Branch, NJ
New York University, MBA, International Business & Management, New York, NY
Pace University, MBA, Business & Economics, New York, NY
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, MBA, Marketing, Camden, NJ
Seton Hall University, MBA, Marketing, South Orange, NJ
St. Josephs University, MBA, Health and Medical Services, Philadelphia, PA
St. Josephs University, MBA, International Business, Philadelphia, PA
Temple University, MBA, Philadelphia, PA
Union College, MBA, Health Systems Management, Schenectady, NY
University of Connecticut, MBA, Storrs, CT
University of Denver, MBA, Denver, CO
University of Pittsburgh, MBA, Finance, Pittsburgh, PA
Villanova University, MBA, Finance, Philadelphia, PA
Wake Forest University, MBA, Winston-Salem, NC
West Chester University, MBA, West Chester, PA
Widener University, MBA, Health Administration, Chester, PA

Prepared by the Albright College Experiential Learning and Career Development Center, 2010