MD/Master of Business Administration

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) offered through St. George’s University’s School of Graduate Studies offers a US-style master’s degree, which is projectcentered and tool-driven, designed for experienced managers and professionals from diverse backgrounds and cultures, and focuses on managing the dimensions and complexities of community wellness, including economic enterprise. Combining a creative mix of blended learning methods, the program is taught primarily online to international project teams, with short residencies on the True Blue campus supplementing the multi-mode delivery.

Over a 14-month period, participants complete a 34-credit program that equips them to manage every aspect of small- to medium-sized organizations, in the private or social sectors, with an emphasis on international settings. A distinctive holistic approach underlies learning that reaches across disciplines and sectors, seeking the total health of communities, and is a unique feature of our MBA program.

The dual MD/MBA in Multi-Sector Health Management requires 34 credits of MBA courses and two separate one-week residencies in Grenada. This requires an additional semester of study in Grenada to complete the basic medical sciences curriculum. 

Students seeking admission to the MD/MBA program will first be reviewed for acceptance into the four-year Doctor of Medicine degree program. Upon acceptance, the Office of Admission will forward the application to the School Graduate Studies for review and consideration. Acceptance into the MBA program is based on the following requirements: a bachelor’s degree (BA or BS from a regionally accredited university or college) or a competitive GPA, unless exempted by the Committee on Admission