MBA in Multi-Sector Health Management (MBA-Health)
Develop Your Practice, Become a Leader, Explore Your Entrepreneurial Passion
Healthcare practitioners are increasingly being called to draw upon new skills in patient care and healthcare delivery. Managerial decision making, marketing, information technology, and crisis and change management expertise play a widening role in career success.
MBA in International Business (MBA- IB)
Acquire the Skills Needed to Lead the Way Forward
At St. George’s, global education is not an elective. It’s our founding principle. With more than 35 years as a global institution of higher learning, St. George’s is better suited than most to provide insight into international business. With students and faculty purposefully recruited from 140 countries, its campus is a case study itself.
The MBA in International Business (MBA- IB) is an 18-month, 48 credit program which speaks in a global voice to business management. As a student in the program, you will build on your career, enhance your managerial skills and knowledge, gain international experience and competency, and put your new learning to use in any business setting.
PhD in International Management (PhD-IM)
The PhD Program in International Management (PhD-IM) program is designed for university graduates in any field who have completed an MBA, MPH, MS, MPhil, MA or equivalent and who would like to pursue in-depth research. It is also open to those having a MD or DVM degree, as well as to selected St. George's students considering a dual MD/PhD (DVM/PhD) degree. Highly qualified professionals with outstanding academic records and research experience can also enter the program following a specially designed path according to the recommendations of the PhD Admissions Committee.
The PhD program requires the production of a Thesis. Students are expected to master the basic theoretical and practical knowledge about their chosen field of study, to acquire more advanced knowledge as required by the complexity of the research proposed, to survey and evaluate the state of the subject within the field, and to develop the methodological skills needed to write and defend a thesis that can be recognized as an original, important and rigorous contribution to the chosen field of study. A minimum of three (3) years for a full-time candidate should be required to complete the program. Five years will be considered the maximum for a full-time candidate. A minimum of four (4) years and a maximum of seven (7) years will be considered to be the timeframe for a part-time candidate.
Candidates seeking to apply to the PhD program must develop a 1500-word research proposal, a detailed research plan for the following three years and a description of how previous study and experience connect with the research proposed. Only research projects directly related to expertise areas of faculty members can be considered and possible funding sources for the project and for the student must be identified in the proposal. The PhD admissions committee will review the proposal and academic credentials of the applicant to determine admission to the program.