Nearly every company has a central role for human resource professionals. The MBA with a human resource focus prepares graduates to manage employee relations, labor relations, and employee development. Diversity and inclusion typically fall within the responsibility of the human resources MBA. HR professionals also have a prominent role in planning budgeting and overall operations.
The global economy has global scale challenges including international laws, financing, and trade rules. New York has corporate headquarters for many large international firms and firms with substantial international business portfolios.
MBAs with concentrations in finance will be in high demand. Finance is an integral part of domestic and international business. Finance is a valuable concentration in the banking, securities, and private equity sectors. Major employers for finance concentrations include hedge funds, pension funds, stock brokerage, investment funds, and investment advisors.
The MBA in management is a widely used concentration in public, non-profit, and private sectors. Management is a broad field that combines with other disciplines such as data analytics, planning, and strategic management. Management is an interdisciplinary focus that also matches well with other fields such as insurance, health insurance, and risk management. Taxation is a major field that attracts many employers; mastery of the tax codes and complex rules and procedures is a favorable mix with management concentrations.
Managing information is a critical process in nearly every organization. Information and the uses of information may form essential parts of an organizations mission. Cybersecurity concerns are intertwined in Information Technology. Safekeeping data is a significant challenge in today’s global business environment.