Message from the Dean: Joseph A. DiAngelo, Haub School of Business
Thank you for your interest in the MBA Program at the Haub School of Business at Saint Joseph’s University.
As Dean of the Haub School of Business for over ten years, I am pleased to share something well known to many in the Haub community that recently received external validation. The salary-tracking website PayScale reported that the Haub School ranks No. 5 in the nation for return on investment among business schools.
But numbers only tell part of the story. As students call for more convenient, accessible and relevant educational options, business schools around the globe are challenged to respond with innovation. At the Haub School of Business, we work hard to monitor industry trends and create academic programs that will lead students to jobs in growing fields. The value of the Haub education is built on dedicated students, devoted faculty and staff, an industry-focused curriculum, and a strong network of alumni support.
With so much good news to share, the Haub School introduced a new expression to capture the breadth of programs and recognitions – Haub has it. Haub has it:
- AACSB accreditation in business & accounting, placing the Haub School among the top 5% of business programs in the world
- Largest portfolio of part-time graduate programs in Philadelphia
- Faculty engaged in cutting-edge research
- Courses offered on campus, online, or both
- Consistently top-ranked MBA and EMBA
- Top ranked online MBA by BusinessMBA.org
With a degree from Saint Joseph’s University, you will unlock your potential and continue along your path to success. As a Haub School of Business student, you will also have lifetime access to our career center which will connect you with over 60,000 Hawks across the globe and across industry lines.
We look forward to receiving your application materials. If you have any questions, you may contact the MBA Admissions Manager, Kate Sonstein, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-660-1690.
Joseph A. DiAngelo, Jr., Ed.D. ‘70
Dean, Haub School of Business