HSB Named Among Princeton Review’s “Best Undergraduate Business Schools”

Friday, October 14, 2016

PHILADELPHIA (October 14, 2016) — Saint Joseph’s University’s Erivan K. Haub School of Business (HSB) was once again named to the Princeton Review’s 294 “Best Undergraduate Business Schools” 2017 edition.

The Princeton Review surveyed 25,000 students at business schools across the country, asking the undergraduates to report on their experiences. The methodology included categories such as “best classroom experience;” “best career prospects;” and “best professors.”

Accredited by the international Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Haub School is the largest Jesuit business school in the country with 3,600 students, 84 full-time faculty and more than 22,000 alumni. HSB offers 15 undergraduate majors and nine undergraduate minors.

“We are proud to be continually recognized for our excellent undergraduate business programs,” says Haub School Dean Joseph A. DiAngelo Jr., Ed.D. ’70. “This acknowledgement is especially significant, since it directly reflects the positive and valuable educational experience that our students encounter while pursuing their Saint Joseph’s degree.”

To see the full list, visit http://www.princetonreview.com/business-school-rankings/best-business-schools.

Media Contact

Colleen Sabatino '11 (M.A.), associate director of University Communications, csabatin@sju.edu, 610-660-3256


Background

Founded in 1851 in the Jesuit tradition of academic excellence, Saint Joseph’s University is a top-ranked Catholic University that provides a rigorous, student-centered education. With a total enrollment of 8,500 undergraduate and graduate students, SJU offers a wide array of academic programs designed so that each graduate enters the world with a competitive resume and global perspective. This is achieved through intense academic study led by thought-leading faculty scholars, a comprehensive campus experience and robust study abroad, service-learning, internship and co-op programs. Upon graduation, nearly 100 percent of students are employed, pursuing advanced degrees or volunteering in prestigious service programs. A member of the Atlantic 10 Conference, SJU offers 20 Division I intercollegiate men’s and women’s sports. SJU alumni — over 60,000 strong — provide a powerful network that spans the globe.



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