The combined J.D./M.B.A. program allows a student to complete nine credit hours of business courses and include them as law school electives. Likewise, the student can use their business-related law school coursework to meet a required course in business law. This would reduce the combined coursework by 18 credit hours. In addition, because law school tuition allows a student to take up to 17 credit hours per semester, a student can complete an additional 12 credit hours while completing his or her law degree. Therefore, it is possible to complete 30 credit hours of M.B.A. coursework without paying any additional tuition.
Dually accredited by AACSB-International for both business and accounting programs, the M.B.A. program is offered at the Queens; Manhattan; Staten Island; and Rome, Italy campuses.
Admission to Tobin’s graduate business programs is open only to applicants holding a bachelor’s degree from accredited institutions who show promise of success in graduate business studies.