Format Offered: On Campus or Online
Earn the MBA You’ve Always Wanted
Earning an advanced business degree is one of the most important career decisions you’ll ever make. At SJU, our MBA program is designed to advance your career, hone your leadership skills and provide you will practical business knowledge that you can apply immediately. We’ll empower you to dig a little deeper and work a little harder to become a more strategic, ethical and successful business leader.
Fast Track Your MBA... and Your Career
Depending on your undergraduate degree, you may be able to finish your MBA in as little as one year. The unique flexibility of Saint Joseph’s program with your schedule by allowing you to take classes at your own pace — on campus, online or both. You have the option to create a self-paced curriculum to meet your timeframe and your goals.
Part Time, Full Time, On Campus or Online
Join classmates for in-person sessions at our convienent Philadelphia campus, or take advantage of our fully online option with no residency requirements. Either way, you can expect the same tuition rates, top-rated faculty and quailty education.
Real-World Curriculum, Real-World Faculty
Tailor your education by choosing from one of ten in-demand disciplines such as finance, marketing, international business, health and medical services, or data intelligence. In every track, you’ll learn from engaging, expert faculty who bring theory, practice and relevancy to the classroom. Small, dynamic classes (1:18) allow for discussion, reflection, and collaboration.
“I believe my SJU degree, coupled with my academic and professional experience, has prepared well and will propel me to success in any of my career pursuits. I plan to practice law as a corporate lawyer.”
An MBA with Results
Graduates of the SJU MBA program have improved their career opportunities and salary potential.
Haub School of Business is dual-accredited by by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. HSB is consistently ranked among the nation's top business programs by U.S.News & World Report, the Princeton Review and Forbes