Why an MBA?
- 1Earning your MBA will increase your business knowledge and expertise. Thus, you will become a more well-rounded person and employee.
- 2Having a graduate degree in Business Administration will increase your job opportunities, earning potential, and chance of promotion, while also helping you gain networking sources and greater job security.
- 3Perhaps you have personal goals that you would like to accomplish, such as starting your own business or becoming a leader within your profession or an emerging field. An MBA can help you achieve your goals.
- Communications Manager
- Executive/Corporate Recruiter
- Financial Manager/Analyst
- Human Resources Director
- Marketing Director
- PR Specialist
Why an MBA at Saint Joseph's College?
Ethics, Justice, and Social Responsibility
With a focus on ethics, justice, and social responsibility, the SJC MBA Program takes a Christian Humanist approach to its curriculum. Because this approach is rooted in our nationally acclaimed academic program called "Core Curriculum," this is the only MBA program of its kind in the nation. SJC offers a vision of leadership in business that is rooted in ethical decision-making and commitment to service.
Tailored to the StudenT
Our MBA Program is open to all students, regardless of their undergraduate major. Rather than the traditional 16-week semester format of SJC undergraduate programs, SJC’s MBA Program is divided into 8-week modules. As a result, students are able to focus on one or two classes at a time, a program structure that has proven to be effective. MBA students can register as part-time or full-time students. Full-time students can complete the program in one year.
- 8-week modules
- 2 courses offered in each 8-week module
- Full time: Take 2 courses each 8 weeks
- Part time: Take 1 course each 8 weeks
Dedication to Excellence
Touted as a "Best in the Midwest College," SJC offers an MBA Program like no other. Educating the whole person by developing both intellect and faith, SJC will prepare you to make decisions in a global or local context, considering the effects of those decisions on humanity and the environment as much as you attend to profits. Even if you choose to work in a nonprofit organization or provide community service, you will be equipped to serve with sound business principles.
- Curriculum built on the integration of ethics, social responsibility, and justice
- Opportunity to take an international trip where students gain exposure to business in foreign countries and become prepared for decision making in a global environment
- Full-time or part-time program
- Year-long service learning experience -- apply managerial and analytical skills to a service project