St. John's Updates MBA Program for 2015

The MBA's revised curriculum features a focus on case studies, practical projects, and global business

St. John's University's Peter J. Tobin College of Business has announced that it has revised its MBA program for 2015.

The MBA's curriculum will now feature a "focus on case studies, real-world projects and a global perspective,” says Victoria Shoaf, the school's dean. Additionally, the program will give participants “a broad understanding of pertinent business fields," and connect "them with alumni and corporate executives," Shoaf says.

The program will cover a range of topics, with courses in "Managing for Global Success," "Business Analytics," and "Decisions in Marketing Management," among others. The program is 36 credit long and can be completed on either a full- or a part-time basis.

St. Johns - Tobin is based in Queens, New York, and also has campuses in Manhattan and Staten Island. The business school is accredited by AACSB International.

The school suggests that applications for the revised MBA program be received by May 1st; however, applications will be accepted through a rolling admissions process.

For more information, please see the St. John's news release announcing the school's MBA program updates.


Photo: "St. Augustine Hall located on St. John's University's Queens campus" by Zeuscgp / Creative Commons (cropped)

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