International Business, Masters in Business Administration
In a global marketplace undergoing economic instability and regulatory change, international business knowledge is becoming increasingly vital. This, in turn, is fueling the demand for global business professionals.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for management analysts, including specialists in international business, will grow 24 % by 2018 — much faster than average. In addition, industry-watchers predict that business analysts who have earned international M.B.A.’s will command higher salaries and bonuses.
You can prepare for these opportunities through the Master of Business Administration Program’s International Business concentration at St. John’s University. Offered by The Peter J. Tobin College of Business the concentration prepares students for a cross-section of leadership positions in the global marketplace. As one of the first U.S.-based business schools to establish an overseas presence at St. John’s Rome campus, the Tobin College of Business is recognized for its international perspective.Back to top
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
Office of Graduate Admission
8000 Utopia Parkway
111C Bent Hall
Queens, NY 11439
Global Approach to Education
Reflecting the Tobin College of Business’ s global orientation, students have the option of studying at the University’s Rome campus for a semester or more. They profit from being part of a multicultural student body in which 34% of Tobin’s students come from abroad. As a result, graduates develop a comprehensive understanding of the interconnected, 21st century global marketplace, which also helps graduates secure positions in global corporations, non-profits and governmental agencies.
Complete Your MBA in Rome, Italy
Did you know that you can complete all or part of your MBA degree at St. John's University's Rome, Italy campus? In Rome we offer the same AACSB accredited MBA program as the NY campuses, allowing MBA students the opportunity and the flexibility to study at the different campuses and experience the different cultures of Rome and New York City.Back to top