The mission of Saint Joseph’s Master’s in Business Administration program is to strengthen the managerial effectiveness and leadership potential of both current and future professionals while at the same time fostering a genuine sensitivity to the ethical, moral, and cultural aspects of contemporary global society. This objective is to be accomplished through effective teaching, meaningful curricula, appropriate advising, and faculty commitment to research and service. The online and on-campus curriculum is the same. Online classes utilize a web conferencing platform called Zoom, where you will attend class virtually one night each week. This platform allows professors to upload and present class material in much the same was as they would upload and present them in a physical classroom. Students are able to ask questions, participate in discussions and remain engaged; a student certainly does not have to give up the atmosphere of a physical classroom during an online session. Most online courses have a weekly required synchronous session in which you can attend class as if you were in the physically classroom. Online classes also create the opportunity to build your virtual collaboration skills. Online courses are offered in accelerated 8-week modules. Most courses require a weekly synchronous login time in which your class will meet for a lecture, discussion, or combination of both. In addition to weekly course meetings, you will be responsible for online discussion posts, individual assignments, tests, papers, and possible group assignments.
Saint Joseph's University: Haub School of Business ×
Location: Philadelphia, United States of America