Tobin College of Business – St. John’s University - Part-Time MBA
The St. John’s University Part-Time MBA Program Structure
The 36 credits that comprise the St. John’s University part-time MBA are divided into eight courses that can be waived under certain conditions, as well as a required, non-waivable capstone course; and three concentration field courses. Part-time students should expect to complete their education within about 3 years. Students may choose from a wide array of concentrations including international business, real estate, finance and taxation. Those wishing to complete 2 concentrations will have an additional 9 credits as part of their curriculum.
Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid
Each credit for the current academic year at the current academic year at Tobin costs $1,320, putting the cost of the St. John’s University part-time MBA at approximately $47,520. Beyond tuition costs, students must also submit a University General Fee of $170, which covers the use of athletic facilities, the Counseling Center, Health Services, Library, Career Center, Transcripts and Registration.
MBA applicants are eligible for university-funded partial scholarships and do not need to fill out any additional forms or applications in order to be considered. These scholarships are awarded based on academic merit and usually cover 25 percent of tuition costs. Women attending the Tobin College on a part- or full-time basis are also eligible for an Ellen T. Reilly Scholarship, which is awarded based on merit, financial need and community service. The Mayor’s Graduate Scholarship Program offers a tuition waiver for employees of the City of New York.
Tobin Part-time MBA students are eligible for federal loans of up to $20,500. International students are encouraged to seek loans through the organization, International Education Financial Aid.
All students must have completed a U.S. bachelor’s degree or the equivalent before matriculating at Tobin. Additionally, the Tobin College requires candidates to demonstrate competency in pre-calculus mathematics and basic computer skills.
In order to be considered for admission, applicants must submit a completed application form, official transcripts from all colleges and universities previously attended, GMAT results, two letters of recommendation, a career goals statement, résumé and an official score report for the TOEFL if candidates have not obtain a degree from an institution at which English is the primary language of instruction. Interview invitations are extended at the discretion of the admissions committee, but applicants may take the initiative to schedule an informational interview with the admissions staff in order to discuss the program. The application fee for online submission is $70.
GMAT/GRE waivers may be awarded to U.S. armed services members and veterans, in addition to applicants that have an exceptional amount of previous work experience.
Application deadlines are as follows:
Round One – Nov. 1
Round Two – March 1
Round Three – June 1
All applications submitted after June 1 are accepted on a rolling basis.
Round One – Sep. 1
Round Two – Nov. 1
All applications submitted after November 1 are accepted on a rolling basis.