The Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business graduate business programs are designed for current and aspiring business professionals to grow their expertise while reaching their personal and professional goals.
The Master of Business Administration is intended to be an advanced management degree width breadth; therefore, our MBA curriculum includes as many nine elective hours as part of the degree. Students may decide to concentrate the electives in a particular area of study to create an area of emphasis.
Each area of emphasis requires specific coursework. Note that a course may not be applied as a requirement for more than one area of emphasis.
|Area of Emphasis||Course Requirements||Contact|
|Accounting||Any nine credits of graduate accounting coursework (ACCT 5010 is not eligible)||Neil Jansen at 314-977-7267 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Economics||Any nine credits of graduate economics coursework (ECON 5010 is not eligible)||Hailong Qian, Ph.D. at 314-977-3866 or email@example.com|
Nine credits of graduate courses in entrepreneurship, which must include MGT 6200 or MGT 6201 and MGT 6210, and one of the following:
|David Kaplan, Ph.D. at 314-977-7156 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Finance||Nine credits of graduate finance courses that must include FIN 6160 and FIN 6210, and one graduate finance course (FIN 6090 and FIN 6100 are not eligible) Students must take FIN 6150 as required breadth course (in lieu of FIN 6000)||Brian Betker, Ph.D., at 314-977-7154 or email@example.com|
|International Business||Any nine credits of graduate international focused courses (IB 6000 is not eligible)||Hadi Alhorr, Ph.D. at 314-977-3853 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Information Technology Management||Any nine credits of graduate information technology courses (ITM 6000 is not eligible)||Reuven Levary, Ph.D. at 314-977-3804 or email@example.com|
|Management||Any nine credits of graduate management courses (MGT 6000, MGT 6003 and MGT 6006 are not eligible)||David Kaplan, Ph.D., at 314-977-7156 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Marketing||Any nine credits of graduate marketing courses (MKT 6000 is not eligible) or IB 6220||Mark Arnold, Ph.D., at 314-977-3612 or email@example.com|
Nine credits of graduate project management courses that must include ITM 6050; one of the following courses:
As well as one course from the following:
|Reuven Levary, Ph.D. at 314-977-3804 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Supply Chain Management||
Nine credits of graduate supply chain courses that must include OPM 6440 and OPM 6460, and three credits of any graduate-level supply chain management course.
|Reuven Levary, Ph.D. at 314-977-3804 or email@example.com|
The Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, with its continuing mission to provide excellence in business education, has developed a program to help students develop strong ethical, technical and professional accounting skills, and provides in-depth expertise in general accounting, taxation and auditing.
While all students will complete a core of required courses that will prepare them for a career in accounting and the CPA examination, the graduate accounting programs offer distinct areas of emphasis which allow students to further their knowledge in a specific discipline of accounting. Students will achieve an area of emphasis if they complete at least three elective courses in one of the three areas offered: audit, taxation or financial reporting.
The intensive nature of SLU’s one-year MBA program encourages thinking across disciplines and learning by immersion, so students graduate with a thorough understanding of the business world. Each cohort is comprised of students from diverse educational backgrounds and experiences. Additionally, the program can be completed in less than one calendar year in nearly half the time (and cost) of a traditional two-year full-time MBA program.
Saint Louis University offers the only AACSB-accredited one-year MBA program in the region. Fewer than five percent of business schools worldwide are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Ethics in business has been embedded in SLU’s business curriculum from the beginning, as Jesuit tradition demands excellence in research, teaching and service to humanity. The University’s mission requires that we honor human dignity as we promote the common good by becoming men and women for others in everything we do.
Between the fall and spring semesters, students study abroad in Hong Kong to gain valuable hands-on international business experience in fields such as marketing and finance.
The next cohort will begin in the summer of 2018.
Applications are currently being accepted. The deadline is May 15, 2018.
Our ideal candidate is a working professional who values a quality AACSB-accredited graduate business education with at least two years of post-bachelor degree full-time work experience.
Ethics in business has been embedded in SLU’s business curriculum from the beginning, as Jesuit tradition demands excellence in research, teaching and service to humanity. The University’s mission requires that we honor human dignity as we promote the common good by becoming men and women for others in everything we do.
No. Non-business majors are eligible for admission consideration. The committee will review the quantitative academic background and the quantitative percentile of the GMAT.
No. For those who recently graduated with a business major, they are eligible for a waiver consideration of prerequisites.
No. SLU MBA students are provided many opportunities to interact with all students in the Chaifetz School. Current students and alumni value this optimized opportunity for networking with diverse business professionals.
Yes. Our evening MBA program participates in the MBA Multilateral Agreement. Because of this unique agreement among select Jesuit schools across the country, it is possible that more graduate credits from SLU will transfer if you relocate to another region of the country.
This agreement provides students with an unparalleled flexibility to transfer as many graduate credits as possible to complete their MBA degree at another participating Jesuit or Catholic university. The majority of Jesuit colleges and universities across the United States, along with three Catholic, non-Jesuit universities, participate in the Jesuit MBA Multilateral Agreement. Participating students are required to meet the admission requirements of the school to which they wish to transfer. More information and a list of participating schools are available at jesuitmba.org.
Recent employers include Ameren, Anheuser Busch InBev, Boeing, Caleres, Edward Jones, Emerson, Energizer, Ernst and Young, Fleishman-Hillard, Monsanto, Nestle Purina, Novus International, Inc., Peabody Energy, Saint Louis University Hospital, Scottrade, United States Air Force and World Wide Technology.
SLU offers a deferred payment option. Students are asked to complete the online form for the specific term to be enrolled in the deferred payment option if your employer offers a tuition reimbursement program.
Yes, scholarships are available and can be awarded twice a year. Awards are granted
up to the compete cost of one class ( or 3 credit hours). Students who receive limited
education benefits from their employer are especially encouraged to apply. A separate
application and essay are required for consideration.