Based in New York City, Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business produces the next generation of leaders who are prepared—and inspired—to contribute to the greater good of society through business. The school’s philosophy is that the business world has a responsibility to supply the innovative ideas that move society forward. Gabelli School students learn how markets can generate profit as well as benefits for all. The school’s two divisions offer a wide range of programs. Undergraduates can select from 21 majors and concentrations. For graduate students, there are three formats of the MBA, 13 specialized master of science degrees, and two doctoral-level programs: PhD and Doctor of Professional Studies. All graduate programs are located at the midtown Manhattan campus, located two blocks from Central Park. Undergraduates can study there or at the Rose Hill campus in the Bronx, a traditional collegiate setting with Gothic stone buildings, tree-shaded lawns, and expansive athletics facilities. Coursework is calibrated for the challenges that students will face in the workplace after graduation, and it is informed by the understanding that today, all business is global. Both undergraduate and graduate students combine their Gabelli School studies with work and internship experiences at the New York companies that create the city’s more than 3.8 million career opportunities—making this an unparalleled place to learn business.