Corporate Education Programs

MBA Programs for Individual Employees
Many progressive, forward thinking companies provide employees with continued employee learning as a corporate benefit and initiative. The Stony Brook MBA Program is an attractive program for employers and employees alike. Employees can benefit from superior programs offered in a variety of formats - part time programs are offered both at night and on weekends for maximum flexibility. Students may also be able to take some classes online. Students will move through the program with a cohort of others with similar backgrounds in terms of work experience and schedule. Employers will appreciate many aspects of the Stony Brook MBA Program:

1. Scheduling flexibility that ensures vital attention to employee job responsibilities.
2. Strong academic programs that provide for enhanced business and leadership skills from the employee when they complete the program.
3. High value: The Stony Brook MBA is a superior MBA program at a very reasonable cost.

Corporate In-House MBA Programs
Companies may wish to tie their overall corporate goals and objectives into an MBA program that is custom tailored to their specific needs. These types of programs can be offered at their location to as many as 30 employees at a time. This type of program offers scheduling flexibility, the ability to provide education to many executives simultaneously, and to weave corporate strategies into the coursework. Companies can opt for full 48 credit MBA programs or certificate programs, requiring fewer credits.

Executive Education
Organizations may wish to provide executive programs to individual employees on specific business topics. These programs typically run for one to five days in length, can occur at Stony Brook or another location, and can be customized to address specific corporate initiatives, or can cover more general management related topics.

For more information about corporate education program options, please contact Marie McCallion at mmccallion@notes.cc.sunysb.edu.

 

 

 


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