MBA Program

Career Impact

Employment Outcomes for School of Management Graduate Students

Employment Outcomes for School of Management graduate students.In a recent survey of all graduate-level students enrolled in degree programs through Marist's School of Management, 85% indicated they were employed full-time in the area of their degree, 4% indicated they were enrolled in further education full-time (doctoral program or additional coursework), and 10% indicated they were employed while continuing to further their education. 

We're also fortunate to have an inspiring group of industry advisors and successful alumni behind the MBA degree program and incorporate their diverse wisdom and perspective into our program. As a student, you have access to Marist Alumni from your first day and you can be certain that whenever you have questions or seek advice, they will respond. During your studies, you have access to these individuals via the online alumni directory, mentoring programs, conferences, international alumni gatherings, and numerous informal activities and events. A partial list of companies where our alumni are currently employed includes the following:

Notable Employers*

  • Adobe Systems, Inc.
  • Aetna
  • Canon USA
  • Cisco Systems, Inc.
  • Fidelity Investments
  • Health Quest
  • IBM
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  • Orange Regional Medical Center
  • PepsiCo, Inc.
  • Pfizer
  • Quest Diagnostics
  • Toll Brothers Builders
  • Vassar Brothers Medical Center

*a small sample of employers from the prior year

Career Preparation

  • Risk Management & Business Operations 
  • Director of Operations
  • Underwriting Director
  • Investment Banker
  • Hospital Administrator
  • Supply Chain Manager

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Judy K. Roy, MBA '15

Judy K. Roy, MBA '15Tell us about your online learning experiences – any tips or suggestions to pass along to future students? 
I truly enjoy the online experience. I can work at my own pace. I never get bored because I can move faster through the parts I already know and slow down and take my time through the parts where I am learning new material. Online learning engages me fully.

Read more about Judy's experience in her Red Fox Spotlight interview!