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List of MBA Colleges in New Jersey

List of MBA Colleges in New Jersey

Welcome to the top MBA directory in New Jersey. We have created the list of best New Jersey business colleges that provide BBA, MBA or DBA programs. Most business schools offer full-time, part-time and executive education. Such rankings are based on the student surveys, alumni reviews, admissions profiles, employment rates, average starting salary and peer school assessment. To find out detailed information about admissions and career about each school in New Jersey, just follow the link below.
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New Jersey [now: dʒə: ʹrsi], abbreviated NJ, state of eastern United States; 22,600 km2, 8.9 million inhabitants (2018).New Jersey is located between the cities of New York and Philadelphia, and most of the state is included in their metropolitan regions. The capital is Trenton.

New Jersey. State Map.

Nature

New Jersey can be said to be two topographically completely different areas. The northern third of the state is part of the Piedmont Plateau below the Appalachians. The bedrock here consists mainly of crystalline rocks with a covering of moraine at the far north and fine-grained weathering soils further south.

The southernmost, greater part of New Jersey is made up of the fertile Atlantic coastal plain. The coast is a lowering coast with wide estuaries, lagoons and beach parallel ridges. Here, sandy soils dominate, and dunes are common.

New Jersey. The marsh landscape in North Wildwood in southern New Jersey.

New Jersey has a maritime climate. The annual rainfall is around 1,000 mm. Atlantic City has an average temperature of 0 C in January and 22 C in July.

Population

New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the United States, but population growth is low. The population of Puerto Ricans and Cubans has been high, and 20 percent of the population has a Latin American background. More than half of New Jersey's residents live less than 50 miles from Manhattan, in cities such as Newark, Jersey City, Elizabeth and Paterson. Another 20 percent is in the Trenton-Camden area near Philadelphia.

Business

New Jersey has a very diverse business community, strongly influenced by its proximity to New York. The industry is of the greatest importance, although the service industries have more employees. The most important is the chemical industry, with, among other things, extensive pharmaceutical manufacturing. Other important industries are electronics and food.

Agriculture focuses on the nearby metropolitan markets and produces vegetables, fruits and dairy products. Trade and transport play a major role. The state is crossed by major traffic routes and has extensive port and aviation operations in collaboration with New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic City is the center of the tourism and recreation industry.

New Jersey. The Atlantic City boardwalk is lined with casinos and other entertainment establishments.

Research and development activities play an important role. Princeton, northeast of Trenton, is the seat of one of the nation's most prestigious universities (founded in 1746).

Tourism and gastronomy

The tourism industry is mainly based on the bathing and recreation activities on the Atlantic coast, especially to the area around Atlantic City. Since gambling was legalized in New Jersey in 1976, Atlantic City has gained an economic boost with a number of large hotels and casinos. Otherwise, the state can showcase attractions related to industrial historical developments, such as the iron and engineering industry in Batsto (40 km northwest of Atlantic City) and Allaire State Park (Howell Iron Works). Thomas A. Edison's laboratory in West Orange can also be counted here. The war historically interested in Morristown can study the memories of the war of freedom.

New Jersey. The Wick House is part of the Morristown National Historical Park. The house was built between 1747 and 1750. In 1776–80 officers from the colonial army were housed in the house.

The food in New Jersey is characterized by the Dutch and Swedish settler population's robust domestic food traditions (pots, cheeses, pies and pancakes), but also by the international mixed cuisine that the proximity to the city of New York has entailed. The sea contributes raw materials to mussel and oyster dishes, which are often served after e.g. asparagus in ambush (asparagus in egg sauce hidden in a bun). The tomatoes are famous and like to become cold cream tomato soup.

History

New Jersey began to be colonized in the north in 1630 by the Netherlands and in the south in 1638 by Sweden. In 1664, England took control of the area. New Jersey was divided into two colonies in 1676 but united in 1702 as a British Crown Colony.

New Jersey was the site of many battles during the North American War of Independence (1775-83). Since the beginning of the 19th century, New Jersey has undergone a strong industrialization, based primarily on the extensive expansion of canals and later railways. Urbanization continued throughout the 20th century.

Politically, New Jersey was dominated by Democrats 1865-96 and Republicans 1896-1932, but later became a typical bipartisan state.

In order to enroll an accredited MBA school in New Jersey, both full time and part time based programs, you will need to take the GMAT exam before applying for admissions. Check Topschoolsintheusa to find a test center in New Jersey that is nearest to you so that you can take the GMAT test at your convenience.

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