Erivan K. Haub School of Business

Consider a B-school that goes beyond the basics: Our curriculum emphasizes real-world experience, leadership that’s as ethical as it is innovative, and the kind of critical thinking that’s the hallmark of a Jesuit liberal arts education.

All business degrees are not created equal

In the Haub School of Business, our commitment to the Jesuit ideal of cura personalis — development of the whole person — results in well-rounded graduates who enter the workforce armed with the ability to think critically, a willingness to accommodate different points of view and the desire to make a meaningful contribution to their community.


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.

Find Your Program

Saint Joseph’s has a wide variety of majors and minors, graduate programs, degree completion and certificate programs. Here, you can choose a traditional academic path, or you can combine majors across schools, explore stackable options or enroll in a dual-degree program.

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

Our Faculty

The faculty in the Erivan K. Haub School of Business bring their industry experience and scholarly expertise in business, marketing, finance and other fields to our students.

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.

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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.

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Browse internship opportunities that align with your professional goals and interests. We’ll connect you to the industry or company you’re passionate about.

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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.

Business School Without Borders

Haub undergraduate and graduate students can take advantage of a variety of enriching academic experiences abroad, including SJU faculty-led Study Tours and Summer Programs and 30 options for semester- and yearlong abroad options in over 25 countries around the world.

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 SJU. 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.

My Hawk Hill

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My job offer was a culmination of the past four years at St. Joe’s where I’ve built so many relationships that have really fostered my growth as a student, as a friend, as an aspiring professional. I wouldn’t have received it without the support of the people around me.

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Morgan Bui '17

risk management and insurance and finance double major

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I believe my SJU degree, coupled with my academic and professional experience, has prepared me to enter the job market and will propel me to success in any or all of my career pursuits.

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Christopher Alexander ’15 ’17 (MBA)

finance and risk management and insurance double major; MBA

I feel very prepared for my future career. The Saint Joseph’s Jesuit education focuses on developing well-rounded individuals, offering enriching exposure to the arts and sciences, while the accounting curriculum is tailored to making sure students have the necessary skills and experiences to compete in the job market.

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Elizabeth Fuentes ’18

accounting major

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