Businesses find themselves in an ever-increasingly complex marketplace.
Students will develop strong analytical and critical thinking skills, an awareness of the competitive environment and business strengths and weaknesses and an ability to compose, implement and evaluate various business strategies.
Programs often connect high level industry-connected Faculty to the classroom:
A quote from Denny Strigl, former President and CEO of Verizon Wireless and a contributor at Rutgers Business School (US):
“A key to winning in the business world, like elsewhere, is to continually improve yourself, to build your management knowledge and skills every single day. Conditions around you–economies, markets, customers, products, organizations–are perpetually changing. Unless you are building your skills continually, your past skills may not be appropriate for these fluctuating conditions.
Personally, I have always had a goal of learning at least one new thing every day. This attitude toward learning can make a big difference in personal growth, and in making yourself the very best you can be.”
- source: Rutgers Business School website.
Typical modules might include:
Strategy implementation and management
Merger, acquisitions and alliances
History and theory of management
Finance for strategic decision-making
Legal and ethical frameworks
Potential career paths span sectors and business types and include CEO & COO positions, Company President and VP positions, business owner and entrepreneurial roles.