The Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. John's University

Are you interested?

featured image
Private (proprietary)
Graduate Programs
Total Full-Time Tuition
Graduate Students

« Back to Search

An Inside Look

“At the Tobin College of Business, our Master of Business Administration and Master of Science programs provide an opportunity for students to obtain an experiential education in areas essential for preparing global leaders to understand risk and uncertainty in a broad range of industries.”

— Norean R. Sharpe, PhD
Dean and Professor of Decision Sciences
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business 

Profile Image



Master of Business Administration
• Business Analytics
• Educational Leadership
• Enterprise Risk Management
• Finance
• Information Systems
• Interdisciplinary Business
• International Business
• Investment Analytics
• Marketing Management
• Real Estate
• Real Estate Finance
• Risk and Financial Advisory
• Risk Management
• Strategic Management
• Taxation

Master of Science
• Accounting
• Accounting (online)
• Actuarial Science
• Entrepreneurship and Innovation
• Enterprise Risk Management
• Finance
• Risk and Financial Advisory
• Risk Management and Risk Analytics
• Taxation
• Taxation (online)

Since its founding in 1870, St. John’s University in New York City has been responding to the educational demands of a growing, diverse marketplace, meeting the ever-changing academic needs of its students while preparing them for rewarding careers. With outstanding award-winning faculty, modern programs, innovative curricula, and state-of-the art facilities, the University remains on the cutting edge of contemporary theory and technology.

The graduate schools at St. John’s offer more than 60 graduate degree and professional certificate programs in five acclaimed colleges, a School of Law, and an institute dedicated solely to the growing field of biotechnology. Earn your master’s degree, doctoral degree, or professional certificate online, in New York, or in Rome.

Because the pursuit of an advanced degree often requires a financial commitment, St. John’s offers transparency regarding available aid and other opportunities to offset the cost of graduate studies. Entering graduate students seeking financial assistance from any federal or institutional funding should file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using St. John’s University’s federal institution code 002823. 

In addition to federal and/or institutional sources, graduate students at St. John’s may also apply for the numerous assistantship and fellowship opportunities available on campus. St. John’s is also a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program, a Department of Veterans Affairs program that provides financial assistance and academic support to post–September 11 veterans pursuing higher education.


The Peter J. Tobin College of Business

Founded in 1927, the Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. John’s University has grown to 600 graduate students in seven MS and two MBA programs, all supported by more than 150 faculty and staff on the Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, and Rome, Italy, campuses.

Tobin’s Master of Business Administration and Master of Science programs provide unique opportunities to obtain an experiential education in areas essential to understanding risk and uncertainty in our global economy.

That global perspective is critical for career success. To support this vision, Tobin offers a Global MBA, which includes one or more semesters of study at its campus in Rome. In addition, all MBA and MS students have the opportunity to participate in one of the many Global Destination Courses, which offer students the chance to study in cities such as Athens, Barcelona, Beijing, Buenos Aires, Dublin, London, Munich, Paris, Venice, or Zurich.

Online learning opportunities are available for MBA, MS in Accounting, and MS in Taxation students. Opportunities are also available to study in the Analytics MBA and Fast-Track MBA programs.

Within Tobin is the Center for Excellence in Enterprise Risk Management, Center for Executive Development, Applied Finance Institute, and Center for Global Business Stewardship Center. The College’s acclaimed School of Risk Management, Insurance, and Actuarial Science is one of only 20 colleges and universities to be recognized as a Global Center of Insurance Excellence.

Tobin is one of only six schools in New York State accredited by AACSB International for general Business and Accounting.

Executive-in-Residence Program
The Executive-in-Residence Program (EIRP) is a unique feature of the Peter J. Tobin College of Business in that it provides both undergraduate and graduate students in-school opportunities to engage in real-world business consulting with actual business and nonprofit organizations. The mission of the Program is closely aligned with that of the College: to enable students experiential learning opportunities that are reflective of the real world of business into which they will graduate, and to make students more effective leaders through such experiences.

Admission into EIRP classes is competitive, and students must apply and receive a notice of acceptance from the Program Director prior to registration. This ensures students, faculty, and participating organizations the highest-quality consulting and learning experience. A variety of organizations choose to utilize the Executive-in-Residence Program for fresh perspectives on business problems, new ideas for product development, and solutions for other common and uncommon business challenges. Students receive academic credit for their work in EIRP and are regularly partnered with organizational executives throughout the course, which is supervised by a senior Tobin College faculty member. 

Are you interested?

Yes, connect me!

0 Graduate Programs Offered

Program Certificate Master's Doctorate
Campus Hybrid Online Campus Hybrid Online Campus Hybrid Online


CollegeXpress Logo


Are you our next winner?

Register now for our scholarship giveaway

Not reported


Application Fee
*may vary by program
Housing Offered? None