"4+1" refers to joint programs The College at Brockport has with other institutions that permit students to complete the MBA degree with one additional year of study beyond bachelor's degree in business administration. Typically, MBA programs require two full years of study, the first year consisting of "core" courses and the second year specializing in the student's chosen area (i.e., marketing, finance, etc.). Three schools have partnered with Brockport to allow qualified students to complete the MBA program with just one additional year of study, rather than two.
The College at Brockport is one of ~25 colleges nationwide to participate in a direct entry MBA program for graduating seniors and recent graduates. The Simon Graduate School of Business is ranked in the top tier of MBA programs worldwide. Accepted applicants will be eligible for up to a $25,000 scholarship.
MBA programs in NYS - The reference library in the Business Career Center, 110 Hartwell contains extensive listings of programs both in- and out-of-state.
MBA.com - The official GMAT site.
All About Grad School provides a geographic directory of graduate schools in the United States along with test preparation information & recommended books. Categories include directories for business schools, engineering schools, law schools, medical schools, as well as information about online graduate degree programs.
Peterson's Comprehensive Education Resource is an excellent resource for gathering information about graduate programs. Information on specific graduate programs, as well as test preparation, financial aid, and an array of articles and resources are listed.
The MBA Program Information Site - The World's Most Comprehensive MBA Program Database. Details of over 2600 MBA programs from 1300 Universities, Business Schools and Management Colleges in 126 countries worldwide.
The Princeton Review Business School Site - excellent site with up-to-date rankings, reviews and current event articles as well as information about financing and getting into business school.
Business Week's Business School Site - a good resource for current events, in-depth information, and rankings of the worlds best business schools. Students may sign up for MBA Insider for expansive details about the MBA program (though not advised since this information can be obtained through other sources at no charge). Overall site is still recommended.
MBA Zone.com - Another compilation of links to articles on business schools.
How to Get Into a Top Bschool from ehow.com - a step by step guide showing all aspects of deciding on, and getting into business school.
AllBusinessSchools.com - An online guide to business careers and education with a comprehensive directory of business schools, detailed Q & A, rankings info and powerful search tools.
You may also find the sites listed below helpful in your law school research.
LSAC.org- The most comprehensive Law School site. Contains links and information for pre-law students
Princeton Review's Law School site- Comprehensive site with links to law schools, articles, and resources
TestMasters - TestMasters is the world's leading provider of quality LSAT preparation