Online MBA Degree Program Course Registration 

Course Enrollment for Current Business Administration Graduate Students

Registration Alert for Spring 2014

Registration opens at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, December 2nd
Registration closes at 3 p.m. on Friday, January 10th
Payment is due by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, January 14th
Classes begin the week of January 20th - Online classrooms may open two days prior to the start date of the semester

Please register for round 1 and round 2 fall courses at this time, if applicable.

All registration documents have been sent to active students by postal mail to the home address on record with Marist. The registration information was also sent to students via iLearn.

Please read through ALL the materials as it includes pertinent information regarding your graduate degree program, important dates for course payment, financial aid, and changes to the registration process.

If needed, contact your faculty advisor, Professor John Finnigan at, for academic assistance or the School of Management for registration issues at Please use your Marist email (foxmail) and always include your CWID.

Have you declared a concentration?
If you have not yet declared your Concentration please email from your Marist email account and let us know which concentration you want. This action is required to set-up your Degree Audit accurately so that the concentration is noted on your final transcript.

Please check the website regularly during the registration period for any updates.
Best wishes,

Dr. Elizabeth Doherty, Ph.D.
Associate Dean, Director of MBA & MPA Programs
School of Management
Marist College

Please check back to this website regularly during the Registration Period for any Updates. 

Schedule subject to change without notice

  1. Letter from the Director
  2. Spring 2014 Registration Guide
  3. MBA spring 2014 course offerings
  4. MBA revised curriculum map
  5. MBA Concentration course descriptions
  6. Advanced certificate in Business Analytics course descriptions
  7. How the MBA program works