Campus Amenities

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As a student in the MBA program, you have state-of-the-art facilities for advanced learning and research. Our Valley Road building houses several computer workrooms, the Global Business and Finance Institute, the Small Business Development Center, as well as the Russ Berrie Institute for Professional Sales. Students can also take advantage of University resources such as the Women’s Center, the Office of Veteran and Military Affairs, athletic facilities, dining, and the David and Lorraine Cheng Library, among others.

The Global Business and Finance Institute

Housed on the second floor of the Valley Road building, the Global Business and Finance Institute (GBFI) plays a vital role in advanced development of our MBA students. MBA students are trained on simulation software in their finance courses. They have access to Bloomberg Terminal Certification and can take advantage of the Institute's many additional programs and resources for research.

Small Business Development Center

The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) works hand in hand with the Passaic County Small Business Development Center to help local and state businesses thrive. MBA students have the opportunity to work in collaboration with the SBDC to help develop sustainability plans, marketing, and new initiatives for small businesses in New Jersey.

Russ Berrie Institute for Professional Sales

The Russ Berrie Institute for Professional Sales (RBI) is a unique resource for Cotsakos College of Business students, offering specially designed labs for students to hone their sales skills. RBI is a teaching and learning center that provides and education in interview skills, sales and professional enrichment.

Hi - Tech Classroom Learning

The University's Cotsakos College of Business is developing active learning classrooms that provide for a non-lecture style experience. This classroom layout is designed for group learning and collaboration with peers and faculty in a way that adds to your learning experience with small classes. Students in the MBA program are exposed to simulation software for real time study, use of online learning resources and advanced learning methods.