St John's University Introduces Online MBA

The New York city-based university will offer the online MBA along with three concentrations

St John's University in New York city has introduced an online MBA, set to begin in fall 2017.

Tobin College of Business is offering students the opportunity to choose from one of three concentrations: Interdisciplinary Business, Risk Management and Insurance, or Taxation.

Students will be able to study remotely, meaning potential students from outside the university's immediate vicinity will still be able to participate.

The online MBA will include a capstone project, allowing students to undertake research on an issue of their choice.

It will be possible to complete the program in 18 months. The online MBA is AACSB accredited.

For more information, see the online MBA website.


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