Learning is about more than sitting in a classroom taking notes.
For graduate business students at the Tobin College of Business,
it's about the practical application of classroom knowledge -
through innovative programs like these:
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business’ full-service Financial
Information Lab provides real-time news, market information,
financial data and industry-class analytical tools enabling
students to conduct analysis of financial markets and business
environments throughout the world.
Program (EIRP) prepares students for executive leadership roles
by offering the unique opportunity to provide real-world strategic
consulting services for profit and not-for-profit
The Student Management
Investment Fund (SMIF) course is designed to give students
hands-on experience at performing investment research, investing
money and managing a portfolio prior to entering the work force. As
of August 2010, the combined value of the graduate and
undergraduate Funds is approximately $2.4 million.
Tobin students participate in the St. John’s University
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program
co-sponsored by The Foodbank for NYC. This Internal Revenue Service
(IRS) VITA program provides tax advice to lower-income New Yorkers
at St. John’s Bread & Life in Brooklyn and locations in Jackson
Heights and Jamaica, Queens. In 2010, the program generated nearly
$3 million in refunds.
Tobin College MBA students have the opportunity to pursue their
degree in Rome
at our dedicated campus in Italy’s beautiful capital city. Students
may pursue their entire graduate program of study in Rome, or
choose to spend a semester there.
Graduate students at Tobin are offered a number of opportunities
for short-term study abroad through a menu of Global
Destination Courses. These courses incorporate travel to
a destination linked to the academic content of the course where
students witness first-hand how business operates in other
The Tobin College offers ample opportunities for course-related
service projects in order to train our students to be socially
responsible business leaders. The GLOBE G.A.P.
(TCB’s Global Microloan “Graduate Affiliate Program”) actively
engages graduate students in international finance and social
entrepreneurship through their strategic support of undergraduate
GLOBE managers in the provision of microcredit to small
entrepreneurs in developing countries.
Societies and Student Organizations encourage students to
interact with their peers as they pursue their goal of a graduate
degree. Organizations focused on a number of business areas provide
students the opportunity to begin building their professional
Internships provide business students with invaluable work
experience that enhances their classroom knowledge. Our New York
City location provides enviable opportunities for real-world
experience, and successful internships often lead to job offers