New York University (NYU) offers a Masters of Business Administration with a Social Innovation and Impact Specialization. The student will learn all facets of an organization with the concentration on social awareness and environmental impacts. This track prepares the student for working in corporate climates, non-profits organizations and government work. The student is required to complete many experiential learning initiatives including internships and case studies. Students will also participate in business plan competition along with the other cohort members. GMAT scores and prerequisites are required for entry. A Masters Thesis is required for completion.
Accredited by MSCHE
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Program: MBA with Concentration in Social Innovation and Impact
Schedule: Full time, part time classes
Campus Locations: New York, New York
New York University is a private liberal arts university located right in the heart of New York City, as well as having over 10 campuses around the world. The university currently has an enrollment of over 50,000 students and offers over 75 academic disciplines in over 10 college and schools. The art and science academic and programming departments of the university are its flagships and the university has recently received commendations on its participation in the sustainability movement and incorporating it into its academic and outreach programs. NYU was founded in 1831 and its prominent historical site in New York City.