The Peter J. Tobin College of BusinessQueens Campus
Managers are in high demand, especially those with a sound business education and training. Job opportunities for managers are expected to grow eight percent between 2016 and 2026 with solid earnings potential, according to the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics. A Bachelor of Science degree in Management from the Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. John’s provides students with a comprehensive understanding of how organizations are structured and expected to run. This allows our Management majors to immediately contribute to organizations across many disciplines such as finance, healthcare, human resources, and international business.
The 124-credit program provides knowledge and skills in leadership, organization, planning and strategy for successful management in business as well as the non-profit sector. Combining challenging coursework, outstanding faculty and top New York-area internships, the program prepares students to assume responsibility for an organization's success in areas ranging from information systems and operational logistics to marketing, sales and human resources.
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business is fully accredited by AACSB International, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Fewer than 20 percent of collegiate business schools in the U.S. and Canada have attained this accreditation. Accounting students at St. John's gain expertise in the principles and applications of accounting, readying them for exciting careers in public and private practice.
The Management Department's Human Resource courses fully align with curriculum requirements of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), which is the world’s largest HR professional society, representing 285,000 members in more than 165 countries.
The Management department is committed to ensuring that all course content relates to the business world so that our students graduate with a strong understanding of the modern business world and are ready to perform as business professionals. This is achieved in the area of Human Resources by ensuring our extensive course offerings at the undergraduate level align with the curriculum guidelines of the Society of Human Resource Management, the world’s largest human resources organization.
Human Resource Certification Institute aPHR certification examination
Material taught in Human Resource (HR)-related courses seek to constantly reflect industry knowledge requirements. All students, regardless of major, who have taken coursework in the area of Human Resources are encouraged to obtain the Associate Professional in Human Resources to demonstrate to potential employers that material taught in courses enable students to join organizations and make an immediate contribution. This examination is offered by HRCI, the largest HR certification organization in the world.
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business feels strongly that not only will passing the test display that a student has achieved a strong understanding of industry knowledge, but that it also enhances a student’s resume as well as contributing positively to graduate school applications. As such, the College will reimburse all students who pass the aPHR certification examination.
**To register for the examination, please contact Niall Hegarty, Ed.D., Associate Professor of Management.
***Pre-Exam refresher sessions will be held to assist students in examination preparation.
MGT 3301, MGT 3331, MGT 3332, MGT 4333, MGT 4334, MGT 4336, MGT 4329
To determine if this examination will help you in your career path or to determine if you have taken enough coursework to sit for the examination, please speak with your Dean. For additional information, contact either John Angelidis, Ph.D., Professor of Management or Niall Hegarty, Ed.D., Associate Professor of Management.
Information about the HR Certification Institute is available at https://www.hrci.org/.
For more information about admission to this and other acclaimed undergraduate programs at St. John’s University, please visit Undergraduate Admission online. Or contact us directly at the campus of your choice:
Admission Office - Queens Campus
Admission Office - Staten Island campus
To earn their Bachelor of Science Degree in Management, students complete 124 credits, including core and major-sequence courses, as outlined below. Students have their choice of electives.
(Select 15 Credits From These)
The Management program promotes the skills needed for success in today’s global marketplace. Students in the program:
Students can serve those in need while learning about the world of micro-financing by participating in GLOBE. This student-managed academic program works with the University's strategic partners to provide loans for aspiring entrepreneurs who would otherwise be unable to secure loans.
Exciting study abroad programs give students in The Peter J. Tobin College of Business the chance to experience other nations and cultures around the world while gaining a competitive edge in today’s global society. Students can live and learn at St. John's Rome, Italy, campus and Paris, France, location.
Students take advantage of St. John’s location in dynamic New York City. Our faculty and Career Center have strong ties to employers and other professional and educational resources throughout the New York area. Students make New York their classroom through innovative courses like Discover New York.
This elite program offers opportunities for high-achieving undergraduate business students to share their academic journey with fellow scholars in the program. It features enriched curricular activities designed to stimulate intellectual, professional, and personal growth by combining opportunities for career development, global study, research projects with faculty, and academic service-learning.
Students are selected for the program by Tobin faculty. Only the highest performing entering freshman are considered for selection for this prestigious program.
The Dean’s Honors Program participation requirements include:
The benefits of the program are many, notably: