Your pathway to success will be as unique as you are—and that’s why having choices is so important.
With more than 100 majors and programs of study, St. John’s University is an exemplary place to explore, discover, and develop your academic interests. If you’re still deciding, apply undeclared and take time to explore your options.
St. John’s is comprised of six unique Schools and Colleges that feature a variety of undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programs. No matter which path you choose, you benefit from the broad foundation of a liberal arts education that prepares you for success and a lifetime of discovery.
Where in the world do you want to go? Rome? Paris? Somewhere else? St. John’s offers a wide range of academic programs in Europe, as well as opportunities that span the globe. As a first-year student, you can satisfy your wanderlust for as little as $750.
St. John’s is a place of discovery. No matter where your interests lie, you can conduct groundbreaking, résumé-building research with world-class scholars as both an undergraduate or graduate student.
St. John’s provides an eclectic mix of training programs, events, activities, and services that enhance and support your efforts, including multicultural, local, and globally-centered initiatives.
Our dedicated faculty create a supportive, close-knit scholarly community that offers you the knowledge and skills to thrive on campus and around the world.
Jamie (Bauman) Konopko ’20GSRM graduated with a Master of Science degree in Actuarial Science from the Maurice R. Greenberg School of Risk Management, Insurance and Actuarial Science at The Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. John’s University on the Manhattan, NY, campus.
The Yardley, PA, resident is Associate Actuary at Lockton Re LLP, in Philadelphia, PA. This reinsurance business helps large insurance companies purchase policies from other insurers to limit their exposure to unexpected events or disasters.
In his native country of Trinidad and Tobago, Jelani Estrada ’22C was considered a shy and unassuming student. When he came to St. John’s University and confronted the COVID-19 pandemic, however, he quickly found his voice and a passion for giving back to the community.
Jelani, a graduate student pursuing a Master of Public Health degree, first came to St. John’s as an international undergraduate student in 2018, eager to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. In March 2020, he landed a position as a patient transporter at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, in Flushing, NY, not far from St. John’s Queens, NY, campus.
Are you passionate about marketing and eager to land your dream job? A marketing internship is the perfect way to launch your career and gain the experience and skills employers seek. This blog post explores the benefits of marketing internships and how to choose the right one for your career goals.
It’s perfectly normal to be uncertain about your college major. In fact, it can be a good thing.
Are you interested in risk assessment, financial forecasting, and strategic decision-making? If so, get ready to explore the fascinating world of actuarial science. In this Q&A, we talk to St. John's University alum Brandon Alcaide,’19C, ’20GSRM. He is a Senior Actuarial Associate at TIAA, a well-known Fortune 100 financial services company providing extensive financial solutions.
Within the past year, Ketan D. Patel, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, has received two substantial National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants—totaling more than $1.1 million in funding designed to explore next-generation cancer therapy and foster biomedical research at St. John’s University.
Recognized for overall excellence, the part-time Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program at The Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. John’s University again earned a top-100 position in US News and World Report’s rankings of the nation’s Best Graduate Schools, improving significantly from a year ago.
St. John’s University welcomed more than 1,700 high school seniors, graduate candidates, and their families as they converged on the Queens, NY, campus on Saturday, April 15, for Accepted Student Day.