Janeflora Henriques (MBA ’12)
“Once I became aware of the Zicklin MBA Program, nothing else made good business sense. From my observations, skill and results are what matters in the end. A Zicklin MBA was without question good value for the money.”
PRIOR TO BARUCH:
Janeflora came to the U.S. from Kenya in 2002 to follow her bliss. At first she pursued a career as a scientist. Along the way, though, she realized that business—accounting, especially—was where her professional interests lay.
Cassie Abrams (MBA ‘10)
“Baruch’s strength is the diversity of the student body. The cohort environment exemplifies the learning experience that
this diversity provides.” PRIOR TO BARUCH:
Undergrad: BA in Sociology, Smith College, MA MS in Elementary Education, Mercy College, NY Prior to Zicklin: Director of Operations, new product development, Peeled Snacks; second grade teacher, NYC Department of Education
Why a Cohort?
Admitted into a cohort in the fall or spring you and your classmates will take the MBA core courses together during your two-year program. The cohort is the essential element of the Full-Time MBA program because it enables you to develop a peer network that will last a lifetime. By virtue of its size – typically 65 to 80 students – the cohort provides the optimal environment in which to challenge each other to exceed the limits of your comfort zone to achieve success.
New York City is the world’s financial capital, offering unparalleled internship and career opportunities. Home to Fortune 500 companies, the banking sector, media and advertising industries, accounting, fashion, publishing, and scores of entrepreneurial ventures, New York provides a dynamic, real world “classroom” experience.
Excerpt: “Every day in the Full-Time MBA program is an opportunity to learn, to grow, and to demonstrate my commitment to my goals. The time, energy, and financial resources I choose to spend at Zicklin are an investment in myself; I accept the opportunities and risks that this investment entails, and the strategic choices that it requires to reach my goals. I own my choices and I am responsible for seizing the opportunities presented to me each day as I work toward my goals….(As a member of the Zicklin community) my conduct will be defined by integrity and professionalism both on campus and off campus, with my peers, faculty, administrators, employers, and external partners of the Zicklin School and Baruch College.”
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