The minor in global supply chain provides an introduction to the knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to understand, evaluate, and recommend modern global supply chain approaches and strategies.
Elective (select any three courses from the following):
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The Mission of the Associate in Science Degree Program in Business Administration offered by the Division of Administration and Economics is to provide an excellent education in introductory business administration.
A career-focused program that gives students a strong foundation in a full spectrum of business disciplines.
In this Bachelor of Science program, students majoring in business-related law learn about the legal framework for the successful operation of organizations in our economy and the social, ethical, and economic forces that shape those laws.
The Master of Science in Global Management and Entrepreneurship (M.S. GME) offers students critical skills in managing global enterprises and starting entrepreneurial businesses with special attention given to the innovation process.
The minor in human resources management provides an introduction to the knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to understand contemporary human capital management. You may sit for the Human Resources Certification on the way to completing the minor.
The minor in international management provides an introduction to the knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to handle the complex financial, cultural, and ethical challenges of operating in a global business environment. You gain an intensive understanding of environmental and institutional factors relevant to international business (e.g., international trade and economic theory, and environmental analysis).
Gain knowledge and skills, language, and cultural sensitivities necessary to manage for-profit and not-for-profit sectors in a global dynamic environment. Work and gain experience with distinguished faculty as you prepare for a successful career.
Managers are in high demand, especially those with a sound business education and training. Job opportunities for managers are expected to grow throughout the coming decade according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. A Bachelor of Science degree in Management from The Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. John's prepares students for careers in either general management or specializations such as consulting, entrepreneurship, finance, human resources, international business, and supply chain management.
This certificate program will help you enhance your skills and expertise in developing and managing strategic partnerships, collaborations, projects, knowledge bases, and new initiatives for a changing work environment.
Gain knowledge and skills in entrepreneurship, operations, consulting, leadership, organizational planning, and strategy in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors. Work closely with distinguished faculty dedicated to preparing you for successful careers.
The minor in organizational management provides an introduction to the knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to emerge as a manager with the introductory skills to communicate, manage conflicts, demonstrate leadership, and conceptualize the complex operational aspects of businesses operating globally.
Combine data-driven decision-making and analytics with the overall M.B.A. program learning objectives of developing a global and entrepreneurial mindset for a transformative leadership development program with a STEM M.B.A. from St. John’s University.
Move to the senior ranks of corporate and not-for-profit leadership with an M.B.A. concentrating on Strategic Management from St. John's University.
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