From Harvard Business School and other top business schools and leading work environments Focused on the business
Essentials for the new economy Students who are serious
From around the world Experienced based learning
Case method, projects and internships Intensive ONE-YEAR PROGRAMS
Professional Business Programs Based in the heart of
Where business, media, fashion, entertainment, advertising, marketing, and technology innovation are the backdrop for this dynamic learning environment
Why New York School of Business?
Students will identify the factors that result in success or failure of a business, a marketing campaign, a CEO, or product. This will empower them to enter, or re-enter the field with new insights and skills for their own businesses and management careers. Depending upon one's goals, our programs can be an alternative or a precursor to a MBA degree.
Dr. Adam Klein, Dean
MBA, PhD, and Former Faculty of Harvard Business School
New York School of Business is about the future. We start with a wholly fresh perspective that embraces the new economy and lives in a digitally savvy place.
* A case study is an in-depth exploration of a specific event or situation involving a group, person, or company. The case study allows research of causal actions for such events or happenings for the purpose of learning and the establishment of good practice.
Harvard Business School is well known for adopting the Case Study Method in 1920 to teach business, given that the faculty felt no good textbooks existed to teach advanced business practices. Following Harvard's lead, the New York School of Business will use the Harvard case studies as the cornerstone of it's teaching materials. It is our belief that the best way to learn how to succeed in business in the 21st Century is to learn from the successes and failures of actual businesses.