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Finance, Masters in Business Administration
Driven by a challenging global economy and the need to identify new approaches to financial regulation, high quality financial professionals are in strong demand.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) forecasts employment for financial analysts will grow by 20 % through 2018 – surpassing the average rate for all occupations. The BLS also expects job growth for financial managers to rise by 8% during the same time period.
You can prepare for this thriving field through the Master of Business Administration Program’s Finance Concentration at St. John’s University. Offered by The Peter J. Tobin College of Business, the concentration prepares students for leadership positions in banks, securities and other financial services companies as well as with government and not-for-profit agencies.Back to top
Full Time and Part Time Study
Students who attend the M.B.A. program on a full-time basis and have an undergraduate degree in business may complete the program in as little as one academic year, including the summer session. Those students who enter St. John's without an undergraduate degree in business can spend up to two years of full-time study completing their M.B.A. program
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
Office of Graduate Admission
8000 Utopia Parkway
111C Bent Hall
Queens, NY 11439
Global Approach to Education
The emergence of the global market and continual integration of the European Community introduces new challenges to today's business executives. The opening of the Rome campus is proof that St. John's realizes the need to train future executives to be better prepared in the global marketplace. Through case study analysis, you learn to confront complex issues containing a global dimension, similar to those facing today's business executives.Back to top
Reflecting our M.B.A. Program’s interdisciplinary approach to business, all finance concentrations emphasize the interrelationship between international finance, government policy and global economic issues. Students gain hands-on investment management experience by participating in the Student Managed Investment Fund and by being able to make investment decisions using use real-time market information available in Tobin’s state-of-the-art Financial Information Lab.Back to top