Risk Management, Masters in Business Administration

36 Credits
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
Manhattan Campus, Rome Campus

Overview

A Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree is intended to provide broad business knowledge and prepares students for cross-functional decision making within an organization.

A risk/insurance specialization is earned by successfully completing an introductory course in the Management of Risk (RMI 601) and up to four (but no less than three) other RMI designated 600-level courses (or higher). This specialization allows students to build upon the program’s broad business education by providing an in-depth study of managing risk, or managing the finances of an insurance firm, or product design.

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Courses

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Admission

For admission to graduate degree programs contact:

Office of Graduate Admissions
The Peter. J. Tobin College of Business
TobinGradNYC@stjohns.edu
(718) 990-1345

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Success Story

After James J. Schiro ’67CBA, ’95HON took the helm as Chief Executive Officer at Zurich Financial Services, Barron’s Magazine dubbed him the “Transformer” for leading the company from what had been an annual loss of $3.4 billion to what is today a profit of $6.6 billion.