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Careers + Outcomes

Lead a Fortune 500 company in New York City or Philadelphia. Complete your MBA at Monmouth or another esteemed business school. Provide fiscal guidance in education, government, or media. At the Leon Hess Business School, gain a competitive edge in an increasingly globalized world with small classes that promote innovative thinking and leadership skills. It’s what you need to move forward after graduation.

A Location to Move You Forward

There is no better place to be during this time of economic change than Monmouth. With New York City and Philadelphia just one hour away from the Leon Hess Business School, you will be embedded in the heart of the U.S. economy. As you learn about contemporary challenges, a Monmouth education will help you succeed in:

  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Education
  • Entertainment
  • Finance
  • Insurance
  • International Business
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Media
  • Real Estate
  • Research
  • Technology

Learn more about possible career opportunities with a Leon Hess Business School degree.

Look Forward to an MBA

Students all across the country continue to pursue the No. 1 master’s degree—an MBA. Each undergraduate degree – as well as Monmouth’s MBA program – within the Leon Hess Business School is designed to keep you ahead of the curve as compelling new ideas and management theories are introduced, enabling students to pursue graduate or professional school. Monmouth students have moved on to well-known institutions such as Columbia University, Johns Hopkins University, New York Law School, Wake Forest Law School, and many others.

Advance Your Career

Two unique centers in the Leon Hess Business School allow students and entrepreneurs to develop partnerships and turn their ideas into strategies. Through the Kislak Real Estate Institute, professionals can earn exclusive degrees and certificates in real estate. And the Center for Entrepreneurship allows prospective entrepreneurs to engage and develop their ideas with organizations in the private sector.