From Economics to Accounting, Management to Marketing, the Leon Hess Business School at Monmouth University offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in concentrations that are in demand in the workplace.
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
The MBA program includes core and advanced courses in the disciplines of accounting, finance, economics, marketing, management, and business law. There is a general MBA (with an accelerated one-year choice available to qualified students), and optional concentrations are offered in Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing, and Real Estate.
Class sizes are small, and most courses are offered in the evening, with some weekend and even hybrid offerings that are partially online and partially classroom based. MBA students will find the program emphasizes international, ethical, and technological perspectives and viewpoints within a broad student-centered framework. Scholarships, including merit-based and Hess Scholarships, are available to qualified students. Find out more about the MBA program at monmouth.edu/mba.
• Business Administration: Concentrations in Accounting; Economics; Economics and Finance; Finance; International Business; Management; Management and Marketing; Marketing; and Real Estate
• Certificate in Real Estate*
• Accelerated MBA: Available to qualified students
• Graduate Certificate in Accounting*
• Master of Business Administration: Concentrations in Accounting, Finance, Real Estate, Marketing, and Management
* For more information, visit monmouth.edu/ge.
Highly qualified faculty members with considerable experience in their fields, both as scholars and as entrepreneurs, provide students with a quality education while offering assistance and support toward meeting academic and professional goals.
The Leon Hess Business School is accredited by AACSB International, a distinction only 5% of programs internationally can boast, and it has been recognized by The Princeton Review as a Best Business School for more than 10 consecutive years. Our programs help students gain a competitive edge through small classes that promote innovative thinking and build leadership skills. Monmouth students learn more than just the fundamentals of business; they gain an understanding of how to succeed and advance in an increasingly globalized economy.
Bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration from the Leon Hess Business School are awarded with concentrations in Accounting, Economics, Finance, International Business, Management and Decision Sciences, Marketing, and Real Estate. Qualified students have the option of enrolling in a five-year program in which they earn both their bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Business Administration.
According to Dean of the Leon Hess Business School Donald Moliver, “Our faculty teaching does not start and stop at the classroom door—it continues into the hallways, faculty offices, dining halls, and even into the parking lots. Close personal interaction with the faculty is a hallmark of the education at Monmouth University’s Leon Hess Business School.”
In addition to this emphasis on teaching, the majority of our faculty have also established themselves as important scholars in their respective fields. Their work has been published in a number of major journals, in the proceedings of national and international conferences, and in books and other outlets.
Students are also exposed throughout the year to a variety of “real-world” experts at on-campus events. Notable among these are the Fall Finance Symposium, the H.R. Young Lecture Series, the Accounting Club Speakers Series, and the Finance Club Speakers Series. Additionally, all undergraduate and graduate students participate in the Leon Hess Business School’s mentoring program, where students can access one-on-one contact with local business leaders to grow personally and professionally and identify potential employment opportunities.
Monmouth students are able to gain valuable real-world experiences and knowledge on campus through the Kislak Real Estate Institute and the Monmouth University Center for Entrepreneurship. Students who participate in the entrepreneurship program work with an established community of business partners. The Center allows prospective entrepreneurs to engage and develop their ideas with organizations in the private sector.
To learn more about the Leon Hess Business School, go to monmouth.edu/business.