Brooklyn Department of Graduate Management Studies
Master your management skills. Be a leader. Get ready.
Students who complete our graduate business program enter the workforce with polished managerial abilities, improved emotional intelligence and the kind of business expertise sought by the industry’s top employers.
Our graduate business program helps students understand how people behave in the workforce, communicate effectively, and lead a team to reach its highest potential. Graduate Management Studies students learn every aspect of business from professors who are leading professionals in accounting, health care management, human resources management, organizational management, administration and many other fields.
Strengthen your management skills, receive instruction from professors who are experts in your field, and lead a successful career — all with a degree from our graduate business program.
John P. Rocco ’05 ’12
Organizational Management, with a certificate in Human Resources Leadership; M.B.A.
John is the vice president of operations and accreditation and safety officer for an independent community hospital.
"The M.B.A. program at St. Joseph's University was, and continues to be, extremely instrumental in my career advancement. In the first course of the graduate program, I developed a managerial abilities plan. I benefited from this the most and I refer to it to this day. The combination of this plan and the additional requirements have resulted in my personal and professional growth and development, which includes the skills necessary to operate effectively as an executive."
The Brooklyn Graduate Management Studies Experience
Every Other Week Classes: Choose from evening and weekend classes. These every-other-week small classes will provide you with the personal attention and advisement you deserve. There is also a hybrid version of this available in some courses, whereby four sessions will be on campus and four will be virtual using Zoom.
A Variety of Course Modalities: Adults with busy lives need flexibility when it comes to pursuing a degree. For that reason, you can build a personalized course schedule each semester, drawing from a mix of courses taught in-person, completely virtual using Zoom, hybrid, and fully online.
Reduced Tuition for Prerequisite Courses: The University offers four options for students who need one or more prerequisite courses: 1) undergraduate prerequisite courses at a significantly reduced rate (about one-third the usual cost), some of which can be taken concurrently with graduate courses; 2) challenge exams for certain prerequisites; 3) departmental waivers based on your prior professional experience; and 4) special online one-credit Managerial Enhancement Component courses. Consult with an admissions counselor to discuss which of these options works best for you.
No GMAT Requirement: We will look at your college transcripts, letters of recommendation, personal essay, and work experience to determine your qualification to pursue a degree offered by the Graduate Management Studies Department.
Graduate Business Programs
What can you do with a degree in accounting?
Our accounting program prepares students for diverse jobs in accounting, including auditor, tax accountant, budget analyst or forensic accountant.
Health Care Management M.B.A.
Develop expertise in the exciting field of health care management.
Our health care management program gets students ready to confidently gain the leadership, judgment and decision making, critical thinking and technical skills needed to advance in their careers.
Health Care Management — Health Information Systems Concentration M.B.A.
Take your career further.
Make a difference and use your organizational and communication skills to improve the lives of patients. In our program, students develop expertise in budgeting, scheduling and developing innovative ways to improve patient care.
Management M.S.: Health Care Management Concentration
Improve your already-impressive business résumé.
Sharpen your budgeting, business administration, patient care, problem solving, and public speaking and communication skills with our health care management concentration.
Management M.S.: Human Resources Management Concentration
Pave a way to a fulfilling career path.
Prepare for your future in business management with a concentration in human resources. Become the best business professional you can be by exploring how you can build a better company through improving your interpersonal communications and focusing on your employees’ needs.
Management M.S.: Organizational Management Concentration
Enhance your education.
With a concentration in organizational management, students leave St. Joseph's University with advanced knowledge of current business trends and practices. Get a personalized education by enrolling in electives that compliment your career goals.
Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
Advance to the next level.
Individuals with advanced knowledge of business administration are able to soar to the top of their fields.
M.B.A. in Marketing
Unleash your creativity.
Develop the knowledge and skills required to succeed in today's marketing environment, and prepare to flourish in key leadership roles, such as marketing director and chief marketing officer.