A Jesuit university founded in 1851, Saint Joseph’s University is a private, co-ed institution led by the Jesuit spirit of cura personalis, care for the person. This dedication to the needs of students as people leads Saint Joseph’s to a rich cultural and social engagement with its home city of Philadelphia, PA, encouraging its students to take part in community involvement and service learning with the greater community, as well as fostering cooperation and integrity between students.
The AACSB-accredited Haub School of Business has been ranked highly by US News and World Report, Businessweek, The Princeton Review, and the Aspen Institute. Saint Joseph’s is also unusual in also offering a Phi Beta Kappa chapter in addition to AACSB accreditation. The Haub School offers an online Professional MBA designed for working professionals who need the flexibility and convenience of learning at home, without any need for residency or commuting. A specialized Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Marketing MBA is also offered. Both programs are based on the classroom curriculum and students go through the same admissions process, encounter the same rigorous program, and have the same instructors and advisors. The Pharm MBA also includes four residencies.
Admissions requirements include:
• Official Transcripts for all credits earned (Undergraduate and Graduate)
• Two (2) Letters of Recommendation
• Application Fee: $35.00
• Personal Statement
• Official GMAT or GRE scores
At $866 per credit hour, the 21-month, 53 credit online MBA program costs $63,165 (including all other expenses), with opportunities for financial aid from federal student loans. The Pharm MBA is $3,125 per credit hour, including residencies.