THE MBA PROGRAM
St. Thomas Aquinas College was founded in 1952 and has offered undergraduate programs in business administration since the 1960s. St. Thomas began offering a Master of Business Administration degree program for graduate students with classes offered entirely on weekends in 1994 and added an online component in 2010. The program is split into four, nine-week sessions providing students with the opportunity to sign up for a new session in September, December, March and June.
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The MBA degree requires a total of 57 credits, but many students earn up to 24 course waiver credits based on previous undergraduate or graduate credits and may complete the program in one year on a full-time basis.
The program’s 9-33* credits include the following core requirements:
3 credits in Business Communications
15 credits in Finance, Management, or Marketing
6 credits in Capstone courses.
View the Graduate Catalog online, which will detail areas such as transferring graduate credits or waiving credits through proficiency exams and undergraduate course work, or to meet with a graduate admission counselor for a personal information session, contact the College's MBA Office at 845-398-4109 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Number of credits based on course waivers.
Full-time and adjunct faculty members will prepare MBA students for the corporate challenges of the 21st century. Our faculty recognize the importance of interactive learning by involving students in case studies, group discussions, course exercises and external projects and each student becomes an integral part of the learning experience.
In Fall 2010, St. Thomas Aquinas College is proud to offer its Master of Business Administration completely online! Busy professionals around the globe can take advantage of the virtual classrooms at St. Thomas Aquinas College.