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MBA Students

A guide to Business databases and other resources available from the Unversity Libraries to help MBA students with their research.

Where To Start?

The purpose of this guide is to help students find appropriate research materials.

Use the left-side navigation tabs to find out more about:

  • Business News - Familiarize yourself with current business headlines.
  • Find Company Information - Where to look for financial, legal, marketing demographics, and other information on companies.
  • Find Articles - Find scholarly, academic, peer-reviewed, popular, and news articles on your research topic.
  • Find Books - Find print and eBooks related to your topic.
  • Find Journals - Find business journals online and in print.
  • Reference - Find online and print reference materials.
  • Web Sites - Link to Business associations, organizations, statistics and other websites.
  • Research Tutorials - Interactive and video tutorials to help you with your research.
  • Citation/Plagiarism - Find out about tools and sites that offer help with handling citation. The College of Business takes plagiarism seriously. Make sure your understand their expectations before you start an assignment.
  • Where Can I Find...? Where to look for the type of information you need. Start here if you are lost.

The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal Database via ProQuest is a great resource for browsing current editions of the WSJ.  Access the SBU Libraries' subscription using the link below.

Wall Street Journal Fulltext

The University Libraries offer free access to the fulltext of the Wall Street Journal online through the database The Wall Street Journal

Note: This resource is only available to members of the university community with a valid NetID and password.

Additional Resources

The Harvard Business Review is available through Business Source Complete.

Harvard Business Cases are available through Interlibrary Loan (ILL). See box below for more information.

SPSS is available through the Virtual SINC Site.

Collaborative Learning Areas (CoLAs)

Collaborative work areas are available in the library on the 2nd Floor of the North Reading Room. These areas are designed to maximize group interactions. Available: group booths, interactive and digital cam white boards, and more. Reserve a space.

Find out more about CoLAs.