Personalized, career-focused education on campus or online.
Entering the workforce as a student or recent graduate of business can be daunting when the field itself is so broad. Successful professionals begin their careers as ready, willing and able learning leaders. Our distinctive curriculum prepares young
professionals to find relevance and to learn and grow from any experience. Through exploration of today’s business concerns students will develop skills in critical thinking, credible communication and problem solving. As a result, graduates will be well equipped to achieve their career goals right
from the start.
The program includes a number of concentrations to choose from, each consisting of three courses that are embedded throughout the four operational levels of the program.
Applicants are required to have a bachelor's degree with a cumulative grade point of 2.5 or better. A 750-word essay is required for application. Work experience is not required. The GMAT is not required. Business prerequisite coursework may be taken
online at any time prior to the start of graduate courses on an as needed basis, determined from an individualized evaluation of prior learning.
must be completed before progressing to the next level. There is no thesis
requirement for this MBA program. Current students can find a full schedule of what is offered. Students complete
their first four courses in sequence and who then elect to enroll in two
courses per each of the five scheduled terms and successfully complete the
coursework, may be able to complete their graduate degree in as few as 18
Thinking Ahead-Foundational in content and
preparatory in strategy, with a focus on what is needed to be successful.
MB515: Leadership & Lifelong Learning
MK500: Strategic Marketing
HR500: Human Resource Management (HRM): Foundations in Leadership
Thinking Systemically-Big picture thinking, with an
emphasis on the language and tools needed to understand systems and our place
MB500: Organizational Dynamics
MB540: Economy as a System
MB642: Systems Thinking
Thinking Responsibly-A framework for thinking and acting
responsibly through the discipline of exercising foresight.
MB530: Ethical, Social & Environmental Responsibility
MB641: Statistical Thinking
Level 4: Thinking Strategically-Concerning the fundamental relationship between
assessment and planning.
MB510: Financial Principles & Policy
MB### (TBD): Risk-Based Thinking
MS, Antioch New England UniversityBA, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
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DBA (candidate), Capella University
MBA, University of Connecticut
BA, University of Maine
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of PittsburghMPA, Pennsylvania State UniversityBA, Millersville University
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Janet chose the MBA program because it was flexible, highly regarded, and offered her the ability to focus her program around her personal goals and career interests.
Learn more about Janet.
Kim, a mother and full time worker, chose the program because she could do it at her own pace, which was important to her for business and was how she was able to apply it to her career.
Find your place at our 474-acre campus on the shore of Sebago Lake. With more than 40 academic programs to choose from, and a robust extracurricular club and athletics environment, Saint Joseph’s home on the lake is the perfect place to prepare for your future.
Offering distance education for learners of all ages since 1976, Saint Joseph’s online programs include certificates, associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees—academic levels that suit your level.
Ready for the next step? Continue below to learn more about Saint Joseph’s campus programs, history, and extracurricular activities like student clubs and athletics.
Advance your career with our online programs—from certificates on up to master’s degrees. We have provided distance learning for 40 years, so you can count on our expertise to prepare you for your future.