Top Part-time MBA Programs in New Jersey

By | April 20, 2019

We have found 9 business schools in New Jersey that offer part-time MBA programs leading to an Master of Business Administration degree. Check the following list to see average GMAT score, acceptance rate and total enrollment for each of New Jersey MBA universities.

  • ASK4BEAUTY: Brief history and politics of state New Jersey. Also covers latest population and geographical information of New Jersey.

List of Top MBA Schools in New Jersey

Rank MBA Schools
1 Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey–New Brunswick and Newark
Acceptance rate: 0.785
Part-time Enrollment: 992
Average GMAT score: 573
Location: Newark, NJ
2 Seton Hall University (Stillman)
Acceptance rate: 0.671
Part-time Enrollment: 473
Average GMAT score: 545
Location: South Orange, NJ
3 Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey–Camden
Acceptance rate: 0.707
Part-time Enrollment: 243
Average GMAT score: 551
Location: Camden, NJ
4 Rowan University (Rohrer)
Acceptance rate: 0.63
Part-time Enrollment: 145
Average GMAT score: 498
Location: Glassboro, NJ
5 Rider University
Acceptance rate: 0.614
Part-time Enrollment: 186
Average GMAT score: 490
Location: Lawrenceville, NJ
6 Fairleigh Dickinson University (Silberman)
Acceptance rate: 0.638
Part-time Enrollment: 43
Average GMAT score: N/A
Location: Teaneck, NJ
7 Monmouth University
Acceptance rate: 0.844
Part-time Enrollment: 257
Average GMAT score: 476
Location: West Long Branch, NJ
8 Montclair State University
Acceptance rate: 0.625
Part-time Enrollment: 255
Average GMAT score: 478
Location: Montclair, NJ
9 New Jersey Institute of Technology
Acceptance rate: 0.66
Part-time Enrollment: 85
Average GMAT score: 505
Location: Newark, NJ

Part-time MBA Programs in New Jersey

Some National Historic Landmarks in New Jersey

  • The Abbott Farm Historic District near the town of Bordentown, where the remains of an Indian settlement have been preserved. The largest archaeological site of its type on the East Coast of the United States.
  • The Atlantic City Convention Hall (known as the Waterfront Hall) was a building built in 1929 that hosted (and still hosts) concerts, sports, conventions, and pageants (including Miss America). The building houses the world’s largest organ.
  • The Cape May Historic District is the oldest seaside resort in the United States.
  • The Grover Cleveland House in Princeton, where the 22nd and 24th President of the United States lived after he left the White House.
  • Albert Einstein House in Princeton.
  • Hangar No. 1 at Lakehurst Air Force Base is the site of the Hindenburg Zeppelin crash.
  • Hadrosaur Habitat at Haddonfield, where the world’s first relatively complete set of dinosaur bones was found in 1858.
  • The Holland Tunnel is a 1927 road tunnel under the Hudson River that connects New Jersey and Manhattan.
  • Nassau Hall is the oldest building at Princeton University.
  • Palisades Park is a scenic area administered jointly with the State of New York along the Hudson River.
  • The Sandy Hook Lighthouse is the oldest (built in 1764) operating lighthouse in the United States. Located within the Gateway National Recreation Area.
  • “Washington’s Crossing” is a site near the town of Titusville where the Continental Army under the command of the future first US President, General George Washington, crossed the Delaware River from the neighboring state of Pennsylvania during the Revolutionary War.
  • House of Walt Whitman in Camden, where the famous poet spent the last years of his life.

New Jersey State Symbols

  • Tree – red oak (Quercus rubra)
  • Flower – sister violet (Viola sororia)
  • Berry – tall blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum)
  • Beast – domestic horse (Equus ferus caballus)
  • Bird – American siskin (Spinus tristis)
  • Fish – American char (Palia, Salvelinus fontinalis)
  • Reptile – Muhlenberg’s marsh turtle (Glyptemys muhlenbergii)
  • Mollusk – “horned sea snail” (Busycon carica)
  • Insect – honey bee (Apis mellifera)
  • Butterfly – polyxena sailboat (Papilio polyxenes)
  • Dinosaur – Hadrosaurus (Hadrosaurus foulkii)
  • Naval ship – USS New Jersey
  • Sailboat – schooner AJ Meerwald
  • Dance – square dance
  • Color – fawn and blue

New Jersey Fifty States Quarter Dollar

The New Jersey Fifty States Quarter Dollar coin depicts General (and future first President of the United States) George Washington and his associates crossing the Delaware River.

The inscription on the coin reads Crossroads of the Revolution (“Crossroads of the Revolution”) – one of the nicknames of the state of New Jersey).

America the Beautiful

One of the quarter dollar coins from the “America the Beautiful” series is dedicated to the Statue of Liberty National Monument, located in the state of New Jersey and in neighboring New York.

The coin depicts an immigrant family with the Ellis Island facilities in the background.

The inscription on the coin reads Ellis Island (“Ellis Island”).