Founded in 1927, the Peter J. Tobin College of Business’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 many Global Destination Courses, which offer graduate students the chance to study in cities around the world.
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 & Actuarial Science is one of only 20 colleges and universities in the world to be recognized as a Global Center of Insurance Excellence. Tobin is also one of only six schools in New York State accredited by AACSB International for general Business and Accounting.
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 with in-school opportunities to engage in real-world business by consulting with actual businesses and nonprofit organizations. The mission of the program is closely aligned with that of the College: to empower students through experiential learning opportunities that are reflective of the real world of business into which they’ll graduate, and making students more effective leaders through such experiences.
“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, Joseph H. and
Maria C. Schwartz Chair,
Professor of Decision Sciences,
Peter J. Tobin College of Business