St. John's University - Master's Degree
St. John's University was founded when in 1865, the first Roman Catholic Bishop of Brooklyn, Rev. John Loughlin requested the Vincentian Fathers to establish a College for the youth of the city. This request came to fruition five years later, when the college locate at Lewis Avenue in Brooklyn opened its doors to 47 students and six faculty members in 1870. Under the New York State charter the college was granted university status in 1906.
Over the years the University has expanded to include the School of Pedagogy (1908); School of Law (1925); the School of Accounting, Commerce, and Finance (1927); and School of Pharmacy (1929); the university also expanded in terms of campuses, opening a Queens campus; Staten Island campus; and campuses in Rome, Italy and Paris, France. Today St. John’s University serves over 24,000 students through its four colleges: College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; College of Professional Studies; St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; The Peter J. Tobin College of Business; and The School of Education in six locations; Queens, Staten Island, Manhattan, and Oakdale, in New York; Rome, Italy; and Paris, France.
- Minimum GPA 2.00
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 61
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.00