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Graduate Business

In the business world today

Leading companies are agile and able to change rapidly to stay ahead of trends, maximize new technologies, and respond to market forces. The MBA program at Saint Peter's University develops the complex, inter-related skills that companies seek to remain competitive. The various specializations that represent the suite of MBA programs at Saint Peter's University comprises a series of integrated courses and learning experiences which produces graduates who are technologically savvy, skilled in adapting to change, and focused on business innovation.

Our campus locations in Jersey City and Englewood Cliffs make our Graduate Business programs convenient by car or public transportation. At Saint Peter's University you'll be part of a degree program with vision – providing you with a robust knowledge platform from which you can chart your own course and have the opportunity to pursue one of many specializations. You will try new roles, inspire others, and work with peers to shape your experience and pursue your goals inside and outside the classroom.

The Graduate Business Programs provide education in the critical business skills necessary to succeed in today's complex and diverse business world. Saint Peter's University has a long history of developing leaders and managers who bring an ethical perspective to business decision making and corporate environments.

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Gerry Bifulco, MBA, CPA, Adjunct Professor

Financial Advisor, Ameriprise Financial

Five Star Professional and New Jersey Monthly magazine announced its award winner for 2016. Prof. Bifulco is now a three-time recipient of the prestigious Five Star Wealth Manager award. The award is presented to individuals who satisfied 10 objective eligibility and evaluation criteria, including favorable regulatory and complaint history, credentialed, in the financial industry a minimum of five years and client retention.

Tim Brennen MBA '16

Business Development Manager, Sequenom Laboratories

"I received this new opportunity in April 2016. I am responsible for educating, promoting and detailing OB/GYN specialists in the Manhattan area on the use, characteristics and advantages of the Maternity 21 test."

Marjorie Donaldson, MBA '13

Client Executive, IBM

Marjorie completed her MBA in Management in 2013 and joined IBM in 2014 as a member of the IBM Summit Program. The mission of the IBM Summit Program is to develop new IBM sellers with a solid foundation of skills on which to grow and contribute to the success of clients.

Bob Donnelly, MBA, Adjunct Professor

Saint Peter's University

The Meadowlands USA Business Wise column in February 2016 written by Prof. Donnelly addressed his favorite topic, Personal Branding. Multiple disruptive changes in the marketplace have altered the way we live. "Technology is automating many jobs out of existence and altering traditional career paths in the process, the competition for remaining jobs has intensified exponentially." If you want to learn more about Personal Branding, sign up for GB-555 being offered in the Summer 4 session.

Jack Hampton, DBA, Professor

Saint Peter's University

Dr. Hampton published an article in Risk & Insurance magazine (February 2016) entitled "Cyber Security: Beware of the Blind Spots". The thrust of his article was that "we seem only be concerned with greater speed and efficiency, but what about the blind spots?" and then he cited several personal and public examples where the blind spots were ignored and disastrous results ensued.

Veronica Korzha, MBA '15

Jr. Accountant /Treasury Analyst, Sergio Rossi USA Inc.

"I started my new job in November 2015 and my responsibilities involve preparing cash flow forecasts, audit assistance, preparing the daily bank reconciliation and reports for accounts payable and receivable, tax documentation, and reconciling the collection movements."

Gurinder Mavi '14, MBA '16

Market Manager, Sherwin-Williams Paints

Mavi joined Sherwin-Williams in September 2014, after completing his BS degree. He spent one year in the management training program and was promoted to Market Manager at the end of 2015. In this position his responsibilities include, P&L bi-weekly analysis, quarterly budgeting for his store, supply chain & Inventory management, accounts receivables & payables, and ensuring the satisfaction of all customers, while building positive long term relationships with them.

Glen McMillan, MBA '15

Esperanza Program Manager - Behavioral Health, Mental Health Association in New Jersey

"I was promoted to manager in January 2016. Esperanza means hope. My role is to promote wellness, recovery and form relationships. I network with state agencies, hospitals, and other organizations in the Mental Health System. My MBA at Saint Peter's prepared me for what it takes to be a leader in any industry."

Maria Vera, MBA '18

Internship in Corporate Tax, JP Morgan Chase & CO.

"After three years in a bookkeeping position, I am thrilled to be working for International Tax Compliance Department at JP Morgan Chase. This is a wonderful opportunity considering I began my MBA in the Winter 2015 trimester."