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Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University

New York (United States of America)

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Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University

For over 100 years the Gabelli School of Business has been educating the next generation of business leaders from its New York City base in the United States of America. With two state-of-the-art campuses in Manhattan and the Bronx, it couldn’t be better placed to take advantage of the wealth of possibilities on offer in ‘The Big Apple’. It is within touching distance of the biggest stock exchange in the world (the New York Stock Exchange), one of the major global centers of commerce (the Financial District of Lower Manhattan) and the headquarters of the United Nations. The Gabelli School leverages its long-standing links with the New York business community to ensure its graduates make the most of the New York advantage.

The New York advantage is perhaps most visible through The Gabelli School’s impressive array of adjunct instructors, most of whom are currently employed in major New York companies such as Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, IBM, Bloomberg and McCann Erickson. They bring current industry expertise into the faculty and provide students with daily opportunities to pick the brains of prominent business leaders. During your studies you’ll also have the chance to attend corporate information sessions and site visits, where employers come directly to The Gabelli School to recruit New York’s brightest and best. 

The MS programs available here have been designed to provide students with targeted knowledge in key areas of business. They cover specific business niches such as Accounting & Media Management as well as more generalised areas of study such as Management, Business Analytics and Global Finance. However, the one thing these programs all have in common is flexibility. They can be studied in as little as nine months in order to re-enter the world of work, or alternatively can be studied part-time alongside your current job. World-class teaching coupled with flexible learning in one of the most dynamic cities in the world? That’s the Gabelli School of Business advantage.


Master programs offered by Gabelli School of Business

  • MS in Accounting
  • MS in Applied Statistics and Decision-making
  • MS in Business Analytics
  • MS in Global Finance
  • MS in Health Administration
  • MS in Information Technology
  • MS in Management
  • MS in Marketing Intelligence
  • MS in Media Management
  • MS in Quantitative Finance
  • MS in Taxation
  • Online MS in Global Finance
  • Online MS in Management
  • Online MS in Strategic Marketing Communications

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Frequently Asked Questions

What type of Master's programs does Gabelli Fordham offer?

Drawing on the depth of expertise of our 127 full-time business faculty members and the breadth and flexibility of myriad graduate business courses, we are able to offer 14 specialized Master of Science programs (three of which are online) developed for the business niches that seek today’s student talent.

Gabelli’s MS programs can often be completed quickly to allow rapid re-entry into the professional world—some in as little as nine months. Each MS program has its own credit requirement, ranging from 30-45 credits.

What kind of connections does Gabelli's faculty have to the business world?

We  have more than 120 full-time professors and 100 adjunct professors, most of whom are actively employed as executives in the New York City business community at top-flight firms including Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, IBM, Bloomberg, World Bank, McCann Erickson, and the Federal Reserve Bank. Thanks to such a diversity of professional backgrounds, our faculty is uniquely positioned to bring current industry expertise into the classroom.

What are the admissions requirements and criteria at Gabelli School of Business?

Our highly personal admissions philosophy is based on cura personalis, a Jesuit principle built on a deep respect for each individual and his or her potential.

The following is required to apply:

  • Completed application
  • Standardized Exam (GMAT/GRE)- *These exams are optional for certain programs*
  • Resume
  • Essays (2 required, 1 optional)
  • One professional letter of recommendation
  • Interview
  • TOEFL/IELTS/PTE/DUOLINGO for international applicants
  • Official undergraduate and graduate transcript(s)
  • Transcript evaluations for international applicants
  • $130 application fee

What is the cost structure?

Tuition for the MS programs is $1,682 per credit

Graduate School Fees

  • General Fee -$82 (per term)
  • Technology Fee -$164 (per term)
  • Application Fee -$130
  • International Students Service Fee -$40
  • Late Payment Fee (monthly) -$15 or 1.5% on outstanding balance, whichever is greater
  • Maintenance of Matriculation Fee -$40
  • Foreign Study Fee -$250 (per trimester)

How large and important is your alumni network?

Community is a hallmark of the Gabelli School, where an open, supportive environment proves that it is possible to be both competitive and collaborative. At the conclusion of their program, students join a global network of 175,000 Fordham University alumni (40,000 of whom are Gabelli School of Business alumni.)

Gabelli alumni have a reputation for being uniquely loyal. They take with them not only the knowledge and skills that they gained throughout their program, but also the values for which the university is known. Yuan Peng, MSQF ’14, is now an Associate at JPMorgan Chase, and had this to say about his alma mater: “The Gabelli experience is not just about learning from the best, though that is part of it. More importantly, I find that the core values of hard work, curiosity, and honesty have stuck with me in both my career and my personal life.“

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Workshops on the latest software, consulting projects for corporate clients, and guest lectures from executives in the field are examples of experiential learning that students enjoy on a regular basis.

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8 of the MS programs are STEM designated.

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All MS students at The Gabelli School will have the opportunity to study for the Thoughtful Leadership Certification™; a qualification that teaches you how to lead with thoughtfulness and empathy.

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Career Development Center provides one-on-one advising, workshops, program group sessions, industry spotlights, mock interviews, case preparation, company site visits, networking opportunities, and more.

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The school’s Manhattan campus includes Bloomberg data terminals, state-of-the-art trading desks and live stock tickers.