Investment Management, MBA

Location
  • New York City
Associated College
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Dual accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International, an elite distinction shared by fewer than 2% of business schools in the world

Invest In Your MBA

Your MBA in Investment Management will give you the tools, experiences, and connections to create superior investment gains. You will build a strong foundation in all business disciplines and analyze complex financial problems faced by leading global firms. Learn current financial theories, practices, and strategies for investment management and analysis while developing and refining your skills for a successful career in investment banking, hedge funds, or management consulting.

Master the Complexities of Investing

  • Hone a wide range of skills to make profitable investments in varying environments.
  • Intern with a top brokerage house or investment firm.
  • Gain an insider's view of global finance from its center in New York City.

Add Opportunities And Experiences

Fast track yourself to a highly profitable career with an MBA in Investment Management, a program whose curriculum emphasizes aspects of accounting, economics, finance, strategic management, marketing, and management science. At Lubin, you will learn from faculty who are respected practitioners and well-connected in the field.

Learn critical knowledge for your profession, such as portfolio management, security markets, capital asset pricing, risk tolerance, and mergers, acquisitions, corporate restructuring.

The curriculum also includes coverage of content tested for the Chartered Financial Analyst® certification, one of the most sought-after professional designations in the business world today. Students have access to the Bloomberg workstation and other financial databases at the Global Portfolio Analysis Center, with the option to earn Bloomberg certification.

"As a student in the Investment Management MBA program, I often met executives from multinational corporations who freely shared their insights into the important role of financial managers in the changing environment of global commerce. The Lubin program has huge advantages in the access it provides to high-level executives who came to our classes and met with us in small groups.” —Leonid Faleev '12, Investment Banking Associate, RBC Capital Markets

Choose Your Career 

Career Options

  • Acquisitions Manager
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Controller
  • Credit Manager
  • Equity Analyst
  • Financial Consultant
  • Financial Planning and Analysis Manager
  • Internal Auditor
  • Investment Banking Associate
  • Risk and Insurance Analyst
  • Treasury Director

Where Graduates Are Employed

  • AllianceBernstein L.P
  • Bank of America
  • BNY Mellon
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  • Morgan Stanley
  • UBS
  • Verizon

Stats

$163,960

annual mean wage in New York state for investment managers working as securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents (Source: O*Net)

4%

projected growth in employment of securities, commodities, and financial services sales agent from 2019–2029 (Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics)

Significant advantage
Your career prospects are better with a master's degree or higher (Source: Department of Labor)