The combined Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program in Anthropology and Business Administration offers highly-motivated students the opportunity to complete both undergraduate and graduate degrees in five years of full-time study.
You may enroll in four or more approved graduate courses while still working toward your undergraduate degree. These graduate courses count toward both degrees, saving you time and money as you pursue your educational goals.
By completing undergraduate requirements during your first four years of study, you are assured of the B.A. if for any reason you decide not to complete the M.B.A. However, graduate courses applied to the B.A. may not be applied to a graduate degree should you decide not to complete the combined degree program.
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Please see the requirement chart for the academic progression criteria in this combined degree program.
Current St. John’s University undergraduates interested in applying to a combined degree program or pathway should consult the appropriate Director of Graduate Studies and their undergraduate academic Dean.
There are many career and educational options for anthropology majors/minors. B.A. level graduates find multiple careers in applying an anthropological perspective. Further study in graduate or professional schools are common paths for anthropology undergraduate major/minors. Anthropology provides a strong basis for subsequent graduate level education and training in international law, public health, social work and multiple areas in and out of the social sciences. Additional anthropological study can also lead to a traditional career of teaching and research in numerous departments, or as an applied anthropologist in both the public and private sectors.
Anthropology offers many lucrative applications of anthropological knowledge in a variety of occupational settings, in both the public and private sectors. Non-governmental organizations, such as international health organizations employ anthropologists to help design and implement a wide variety of programs, worldwide and nationwide. State and local governmental organizations use anthropologists in planning, research and managerial capacities. Many corporations look explicitly for anthropologists, recognizing the utility of their perspective on a corporate team. Anthropologists also fill the range of career niches occupied by other social scientists in corporations, government, nonprofit corporations, and various trade and business settings. Anthropologists' unique training and perspective will enable them to compete successfully for these jobs on into the twenty-first century.
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You can complete a major or a minor in Sociology and Anthropology, a minor in Social Work, or combine your B.A. with an M.A. in Sociology or Criminology and Justice.
Anthropology is the study of human behavior and multicultural diversity.
The Ph.D. program in Clinical Psychology at St. John’s consists of four years of full-time coursework and related practicum experience, followed by a one-year clinical internship (or equivalent) in an approved setting and completion of a doctoral dissertation.
The Global Studies interdisciplinary minor consists of 18 credits, distributed among core requirements, a capstone seminar, and three free electives in the student’s chosen area of specialization. Students in the minor are required to study abroad.
Healthcare management bridging theory and practice of health administration, social and behavioral sciences.
The combined Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) in Psychology and Business Administration offers highly-motivated students the opportunity to complete both undergraduate and graduate degrees in five years of full-time study.
You can complete both a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology and a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Criminology and Justice in just five years of full-time study through this combined degree program, offered by St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
The Department of Psychology exemplifies St. John's University's core values (Truth; Love; Respect; Opportunity; Excellence; and Service) and its Vincentian mission. The department is committed to academic excellence, operates in accord with accepted ethical principles and with respect for individual rights and dignity, is committed to service to the community, and demonstrates through its research, teaching, and clinical training an appreciation of the importance of cultural diversity.
The Department of Psychology offers an intensive, accelerated combined degree program leading to both the B.A. and M.A. degrees in five years of full-time study. The program provides you with a sound preparation in psychology, including the psychological, social, and biological processes underlying normal and abnormal behavior.
The Master of Arts (M.A.) in Psychology at St. John's provides you with a broad background of psychological knowledge and tools as preparation for more advanced work in the field.
Completion of the 66-credit Master of Science program in School Psychology qualifies students for a provisional New York State certificate that authorizes practice as a school psychologist.
The certificate equips you with skills, knowledge, and practical approaches to address the needs of the collective well-being of people in an information society.
The combined Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) in Sociology and Business Administration offers highly-motivated students the opportunity to complete both undergraduate and graduate degrees in five years of full-time study.
The Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies minor at St. John’s University--open to all majors--covers a wide range of social, cultural, political, philosophical, historical, artistic, scientific, and literary issues from the vantage point of women, gender, and sexual minorities.
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St. John’s offers a free online application for all 100+ undergraduate programs, and graduate applications carry a low cost for most programs.