St. Peter’s University Bachelor’s in Business Administration focuses on the functional areas of business – including management, marketing, economics, finance, accounting, law, and statistics. It is designed to provide students with a strong academic foundation in core business functions including general business administration, accounting, finance, project management, information technology, human resources, marketing, international business, logistics and organizational behavior. These competencies are flexible enough that upon graduation, careers in a variety of different fields may be available.
The entire degree program can be completed in just one year and all coursework is offered entirely online, making this the perfect option for students in all locations.
We are proud to have partnered with St. Peter’s University (SPU), a highly ranked university in NJ to offer this degree. SPU features an outstanding Department of Accountancy and Business Law. Founded in 1872, the university offers more than 60 undergraduate and graduate programs to more than 2,600 undergraduate and 800 graduate students. US News and World Report ranked St. Peter’s among the Top 100 “Best Regional Universities in the North,” and Money Magazine ranked St. Peter’s and the “Most Transformative School” in the state of New Jersey.
SPU is regionally accredited, which means that its degrees are accepted by graduate programs nationwide. Students have used the bachelor’s degree SPU for admittance into master’s programs in a wide variety of colleges. For specific information about SPU’s accreditation, please see here.
Yes. Up to 36 Yeshiva credits may be accepted toward the degree program.
• High School Transcript or Diploma
• Passing score on College Algebra/ other math (Coopersmith Exam or equivalent)
The Office of the Registrar at SPU grants transfer credits to students who have completed courses at accredited institutions and have provided their official transcripts for evaluation. The Office of the Registrar evaluates and accepts only credits that are applicable to the student’s program of study and reflect a final grade of ‘C’ or above. Accepted credits are applied to the student’s record, reflected on their academic planner, but not calculated into their CMSV GPA. The transfer credit planner will also be shared with the student’s advisor to assist with schedule creation and developing a graduation plan.
Acceptable transfer credit options vary and include, but are not limited to, the following: Traditional college credits, CLEP (College Level Examination Program) Exam, AP (Advanced Placement) scores, VLE (Validated Learning Experiences), IB (International Baccalaureates), CAPE (Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Exam), A-Levels and Military credits, and Coopersmith Exams.
Classes are offered live-online at night.
The price for the full program is $22,000 before scholarships are applied.
To make this degree program as affordable and accessible as possible, St. Peter’s University has agreed to substantially reduce the cost for students who register through Sara Schenirer. The cost varies based on the number of credits the student takes.
For eligible students, the cost of the college courses may be entirely covered by financial aid.
Students who are not eligible for financial aid will still be entitled to significant grants and/ or scholarships that substantially reduce the cost of the degree.
Additionally, payment plans are available each semester.
Our advisors will be glad to explain the cost structure to you so you can see for yourself how truly affordable this degree program can be for you.
Eligible students can receive financial aid for the portion of the degree taken through SPU.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) can be completed online at this link. Be sure to complete the correct year’s application.
SPU’s FAFSA school code is 002638.
Students should write “Title IV Code 002638 Saint Peter’s University, 2641 Kennedy Blvd., Jersey City, NJ” in the appropriate section of the FAFSA.
For New Jersey State residents only:
Your FAFSA information will be sent to HESAA to determine TAG eligibility. HESAA (NJFAMS) will send an email prompting you to create an account to access the TAG information.
Our exceptional guidance counselors work with every single student, enabling the vast majority of our students to graduate on schedule with all requirements completed.
To request an application, please submit this form.
When completing the application, you will also be requested to supply:
- High School Transcript/ Diploma
- Personal Statement
- Two References
- Personal Photograph
- Non-refundable Application Fee
Even if you do not have these available at the time of application, we recommend submitting your application immediately and submitting the requested documents as they become available.
Once your application is submitted with all the required documents, an interview will be scheduled to continue the admissions process.
Where can your degree take you?
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