What graduate business degrees are offered?
Saint Peter’s offers a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with the option to designate a concentration and a Master of Science in Accountancy (MSA).
What are the concentrations within the MBA?
Concentrations are offered in Finance, Human Resource Management, Health Care Administration, International Business, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, and Risk Management.
What are the admission requirements?
How are applications evaluated?
Admission is based primarily on the documents an applicant has provided that demonstrate the necessary preparedness for the successful pursuit of graduate studies. This evidence consists primarily, but not exclusively, in the applicant’s prior academic work, professional accomplishments as well as their professional goals and aspirations. The Program may request an interview as part of the admission process. Applicants will be promptly notified of their admission decision, once a complete application is received by the University.
What is the format of the program and the courses?
Courses are offered in 11-week trimesters that permit accelerated attainment of credits over three terms instead of two terms in a traditional academic year. Courses are also offered in the summer.
How many credits are required for the MBA and how long does it take to complete the program?
How many credits for the MSA and how long does it take to complete the program?
What are the special features of the program?
- Traditional/Hybrid/Online Class formats
- Trimester Schedule
- 14-16 average class size
- Active student participation
- Second concentration available
- Personalized advisement throughout
- Up to 12 credits waived for prior coursework
- Up to 6 graduate credits transferred
- Faculty are industry experts
- No GMAT required
When can I enroll?
Students can start the program in any trimester due to our policy of rolling admissions. Applications and appropriate documents should be submitted no less than two weeks prior to the term start.
- Fall: September – November
- Winter: November – February
- Spring: February – May
- Summer: May – August
Tell me more about the faculty.
The faculty is comprised of doctorally and professionally qualified instructors. Their backgrounds enhance the educational experience and leverage student professional experiences as part of the learning environment. Classes combine theory and real world situations, promote interpersonal skills, and embrace multi-culturalism.
My employer offers tuition reimbursement. How is that handled?
Saint Peter’s offers students a no-fee payment deferral allowing the tuition to be due 30 days after the course has completed. This allows the reimbursement to be received and the student to experience minimal out-of-pocket expense.