Saint Joseph's University was founded by the Jesuits — visionary Catholic priests and educators who prioritized social justice, the pursuit of excellence, service to others, and the development of the whole person, or, cura personalis. One of only 28 universities and colleges nationwide exemplifying this 500-year- old Jesuit tradition, SJU offers each of its students an educational experience that will hone their skills, expand their knowledge, grow their faith and strengthen their character.
Graduate Business students are challenged and supported by University staff at all levels of their professional development. Through involvement in student organizations such as the Graduate Business Student Association, Net Impact, and other events and programs, our aim is for graduate business students to network with their peers and be a true part of Saint Joseph’s University. Participation in various events throughout the year enables students to develop the skills and confidence to lead and serve their school, community, and global society.
The Haub School provides a comprehensive business curriculum complementing the liberal arts component of the general education program at Saint Joseph’s. As an institution that is accredited by AACSB, the International Association for Management Education, the Haub School is in an elite category of the best business schools throughout the world. It allows us to attract and retain highly qualified faculty who can create dynamic learning environments and to connect with numerous business and community partners in this rapidly changing global economy.
Brian Brown: Associate Director, Logistics and Analytics Cephalon Inc.
"I have been successful throughout my career due to my dual skill set of business and technical capabilities. When I decided to further my education with a graduate degree, I searched for a program that would provide formal education in both arenas. The MS in Business Intelligence program provides such a dual focus. Technical courses are taught with an eye toward how business can utilize the technology, while the business concentration courses enable students to enhance their knowledge of a specific business area. I know that the knowledge that I have gained from the program will help me in my quest for continued advancement in the future. I would recommend this program to anyone who is seeking to develop or refine their skills in the realm of business technology.”
Welcome to the Haub School of Business…ONLINE…offering courses for the Professional MBA and the Master’s in Financial Services programs. These online courses combine cutting-edge technology with the world-class faculty and AACSB-accredited educational experience of Saint Joseph’s University.
As a working professional, you will be able to seamlessly navigate between the experience of a classroom setting and the convenience of distance learning. ZERO COMMUTE sums up the convenience of the new online courses as you juggle the demands of personal responsibilities and your career.
At Saint Joseph’s University, food marketing is more than a major, it’s a multifacetted enterprise with a 50-year tradition. Food marketing is housed in the nationally ranked Haub School of Business and is among the school’s most popular majors. Annually, our students earn positions and are fast-tracked to an executive level with food manufacturers, retailers and partner agencies. Food marketing faculty bring extensive backgrounds in the industry to the classroom. Students, both undergraduate and graduate, study the important issues affecting industry and learn from faculty who inform and influence public policy. Our executive students thrive on this interaction as well as the opportunity
Our city’s history could be a credit course of its own. Many of the nation’s most important events – including the signing of the Declaration of Independence – happened within a few miles of our campus. Thirteen Fortune 500 companies call this area home, which is handy when you’re looking for internships.