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LIU Post, SUNY Fredonia Offer Accelerated B.S./MBA Program

Fredonia business graduates can earn AACSB-accredited LIU Post MBA


Rita Langdon,Associate Provost for Communications, Public Relations & Marketing
Long Island University, LIU Post

LIU_Post_logoBrookville, N.Y. – The College of Management at Long Island University/LIU Post has reached an innovative agreement with SUNY Fredonia that will make it possible for Fredonia students who graduate with bachelor’s degrees in business administration to earn an LIU Post Master of Business Administration with just one additional year of study.

The 4+1 program, as it is known, will enable Fredonia graduates to achieve the prestigious credential of an MBA, accredited by AACSB, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, and launch their careers sooner and at less expense.

“Graduates of SUNY Fredonia’s School of Business are excellent candidates for the LIU Post MBA,” said Andrew Rosman, dean of the College of Management at LIU Post. “We are very excited about this partnership with Fredonia.” LIU_Post_Fredonia_logo

Prospective MBA students must have completed the SUNY Fredonia School of Business program requirements for graduation, complete relevant foundation courses with a grade of B or better, and score competitively on the Graduate Management Admissions Test.

The LIU Post College of Management’s degree programs are among the fewer than 5 percent of business programs worldwide accredited by AACSB International. The LIU Post MBA has been ranked among the country’s best by The Princeton Review for 10 consecutive years. Beta Alpha Psi, the national finance education honor society, has ranked its LIU Post chapter as “Superior” for eight straight years. In March, Military Times magazine declared the LIU Post College of Management the “Best for Vets Business Schools.”

More information about the SUNY Fredonia/LIU Post 4 + 1 program can be found at, or by contacting Cynthia Cataudella, graduating recruiting manager at the College of Management, at (516) 299-2098 or, or Dr. Julie Fitzpatrick, assistant professor and associate chair of the School of Business, at (716) 673-4603 or

Posted 04/09/2013

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