Get a full year of full-time work experience while you’re in school — and still graduate in four years. Check out how our business co-op model is different than others.
Leadership and Innovation
The Erivan K. Haub School of Business at Saint Joseph's University prepares students for the future of business. Top-ranked business programs offer innovative, industry-relevant curriculum, thought-leading faculty, and connections to influential alumni and global companies. Our students become ethical business leaders advocating for change in an ever-evolving world.
We're committed to helping our students thrive in a world where technology-driven mindsets and models will change the nature of business. We’re preparing graduates for an era where data analytics, artificial intelligence, digital supply chains, just-in-time learning and other new realities will present unprecedented challenges and opportunities. This unique approach doesn't go unnoticed, either. The Haub School of Business was recently named to Princeton Review's Best Business Schools and was ranked as a Tier One business school by CEO Magazine.
Undergraduate and graduate students in Haub's chapter of the national business honors fraternity, beta gamma sigma. Haub consistently has one of the strongest performing chapters worldwide.
Students enrolled in Haub programs, making it one of the largest Jesuit business schools in the country.
Average starting salary for grads of Haub's undergraduate programs, with some receiving offers upwards of $72,000 with a signing bonus.
Of business co-op students report that their experience helped them to be selected for more competitive job postings.
The combination of rigorous academic preparation, specialized industry skills and a focus on the common good continues to set the Saint Joseph’s business education apart."
Joseph A. DiAngelo, Ed.D. '70
Dean, Erivan K. Haub School of Business
What Haub School
of Business Offers
Accredited by AACSB in business and accounting, Haub School is in an elite category of the best business schools throughout the world. Our undergraduate majors and graduate programs consistently rank in the top tier by U.S. News & World Report, Princeton Review and other respected rankings organizations.
Values-Based and Industry-Relevant
Jesuit values are the guiding star of our decisions and actions. We aim to inspire leaders with the knowledge, vision and courage to navigate unprecedented social and economic disruptions, while maintaining an enduring passion for creating practical value, social benefit and sustainable success.
The Philadelphia Advantage
Our business school is tightly woven into the fabric of Philadelphia, home to more than a dozen Fortune 500 companies, major sports teams, global corporate headquarters and non-profit organizations. Connections to these business and cultural centers provide unlimited learning experiences for our students outside the classroom.
Find Your Business Program
The Haub School’s top-ranked programs provide the skills and knowledge for success. Industry-relevant and innovative, we offer undergraduate majors and minors, certificates and graduate degrees, and degree completion for adult learners.
New Customizable MBA
Saint Joseph's Haub School of Business is leading the way with an innovative, customizable MBA — the only one of its kind in Philadelphia.
The program is focused on the future, and prepares leaders to thrive in a world where business models are changing, creating unprecedented challenges and opportunities. It's also been recognized in U.S. News & World Report's 2022 rankings for graduate programs.
With just 36-credits, this unique, stackable certificate model is flexible, affordable and designed for working professionals, with a fully online option recognized by U.S. News and Fortune Education. Students may choose to earn just one individual certificate, or stack 2 of them onto the core module to earn the complete MBA degree.
Some Experience Required
We believe the real world is a great teacher. Our relationships with major local and national corporations and organizations allow students to get valuable hands-on experience in their chosen field before graduation.
Browse internship opportunities that align with your professional goals and interests. We’ll connect you to the industry or company you’re passionate about.
These hands-on courses offered by the Faith-Justice Institute allow you to make a difference in the community while you earn credits — like teaching middle schoolers about financial health — many of which you can even apply toward your major.
Our faculty are industry experts with advanced degrees in their fields of interest. They bring academic theory and industry knowledge to the classroom, with a dedication to the holistic development of our students.
Haub Innovation Lab
Start-Ups Start Here
The Haub Innovation Lab, our on-campus incubator, is HQ for all things AR, VR and IA at Saint Joseph's. Join other budding entrepreneurs as they tinker with technology, collaborate in workshops, compete in mock pitch meetings and meet with mentors from the business community.
Graduate Business Stats
Of our graduates reported their degree helped advance their career.
2019 Graduate Business Alumni Survey
Of our graduates say their degree helped improve their salary potential and gain greater professional recognition.
2019 Graduate Business Alumni Survey
Of our graduates say their degree helped them gain strategic business acumen.
2019 Graduate Business Alumni Survey
Committed to Business
with Social Impact
SJU Kiva Lending Team
Our members partner with Kiva, a micro-finance, online lending platform that expands financial access to help underserved communities thrive.
Net Impact Student Group
Net Impact students conduct a statistical and financial analysis of the efficacy of the health clinics in neighborhoods that are home to undocumented immigrants.
Rock to Remember
Students in Entertainment Marketing host an annual benefit concert each year, with proceeds benefiting a regional nonprofit organization.
A reporting, visualization and data analytics tool for global business schools to showcase their contributions toward advancing the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The dashboard shares business schools’ SDG-related best practices in Teaching, Research, Partnerships, Dialogue and Organizational Practices. The purpose of the SDG Dashboard is to provide a shareable, robust and useful resource for business schools to enhance their impact on fulfilling the SDGs.
My Haub School
Saint Joseph’s MBA program has prepared me to be a successful leader in the competitive international corporate world. The professors, students from diverse backgrounds, and industry-specific courses are what set the degree apart from other the programs.
Saint Joseph's turned my passion and excitement for food into an academic and professional opportunity. Being a student in such a prestigious and focused program made me stick out throughout the recruitment and interview process as well."
In the classroom, I had used Excel and PowerPoint, which created a good foundation for my skills in my co-op role at AmerisourceBergen. Most importantly, the concepts in the classroom taught me to think critically and how to solve problems, which I carried on to my co-op to help with everyday tasks and projects."
Related Centers & Institutes
Maguire Academy of Insurance and Risk Management
The academy provide students pursuing careers in risk management and insurance with scholarships, industry symposia experiences, networking and access to internships, career counseling and placement services. Students like Kayla Cecchine '20 benefit from this support, which can even prepare them to take steps towards CPCU and AIDA designations.
Academy of Food Marketing
Home base for SJU’s worldwide leadership in food marketing education and research, this Center boasts expert faculty who lecture globally, publish broadly and contribute regularly to national media. Their research runs the gamut from food service to nutrition to locavores.
Pedro Arrupe, S.J., Center for Business Ethics
Through faculty research, guest speakers and special lectures, the Arrupe Center trains students to reflect on ethical issues — and to incorporate that perspective into the business decision-making process. The Center also sponsors faculty research projects and student ethics competitions.
Center for Professional Development
This Center blends academic excellence with real-world expertise to deliver transformational learning — for both students and organizations. Drawing on their expertise in everything from ethics to entrepreneurship, faculty turn theory into results.