Haub School of Business – Saint Joseph’s University - Food Marketing MBA
Saint Joseph’s Food Marketing MBA Program Structure
The Saint Joseph’s MBA in Food Marketing at Haub School of Business requires 24 courses for a total of 48 credits, although Foundation Courses may be waived based on prior coursework. Courses are taken one at a time, and each is taught either in the classroom over one weekend (Friday/Saturday) with pre- and post-assignments, or as month-long online courses with live evening sessions once per week. The Food Marketing MBA can take from two to six years to complete.
Saint Joseph’s boasts the only food industry-focused graduate program of its kind through an AACSB-accredited business school. Students take six Foundation Courses, six Core Courses, 11 Specialization Courses within six concentrations, and a Capstone Course.
The average Saint Joseph’s Food Marketing MBA student has 10-14 years of industry experience. The average GPA of matriculated students is 3.2, and the average age of students is 34-38. The class is comprised of 34 percent male and 66 percent female students.
Over 50 percent of Saint Joseph’s MBA in Food Marketing students are promoted while enrolled in the program, and 40 percent of those are promoted more than twice.
Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid
The Saint Joseph’s MBA in Food Marketing costs $1,349 per credit. This rate of tuition covers all books, course materials, parking, student identification cards, executive coaching and meals on class days.
The Saint Joseph’s MBA in Food Marketing requires all applicants to submit a completed application form, an official transcript from accredited undergraduate—and if applicable, graduate—institutions, a personal statement, a business résumé, and one or two letters of recommendation. In lieu of submitting a GMAT score, applicants may participate in a structured personal interview. There is no application fee. International students must receive a score of 80 on the TOEFL or a 550 on the written TOEFL, or a 6.5 overall on the IELTS, or 60 overall PTE score.
Admission to the Executive Food Marketing MBA is rolling, so prospective students may apply at any time.
Offer rolling admission and enrollment. This means applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. New students may enroll in courses during the fall, spring, or summer semesters.
Application deadlines for international applicants seeking an F1 visa differ from those for American citizens, and are as follows:
- Fall Semester: June 15
- Spring Semester: October 15