“Dr. Patton really influenced me to explore Managing Human Capital, I took his Gender in the Workplace Freshman Seminar class and wanted to learn more!”

Kristen Thompson ’18


“The Managing Human Capital Curriculum and Professors have taught me how to get the most out of my own talents and enhanced my productivity and creativity.  I have gained enough understanding to be successful in the professional world.  As a result, I secured a job prior to my senior year.  To learn more about Managing Human Capital, Join me at an upcoming SHRM meeting.”

Andrew Napolitano ’17

“The FBE Program spoke to me Freshman year when I heard its motto, “the best way to predict your future is to create it.”  Coming in as an undecided business major, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but the FBE major has allowed me to explore new ideas and experiment with my own business propositions.  For my Intro to Entrepreneurship class, I competed in a Shark Tank Competition that involved creating a new product or service along with its business model.  Shortly after the competition, I partnered with one of the judges and am in the process of starting my own business, thank to the exposure I was given by the Management Department.

Tom Santilli ’18

“The curriculum for the LEO classes speak volumes to what Saint Joseph’s embodies.  But it is not just the curriculum but also the faculty that has made a huge impact on my academic experience.  I have been able to connect with my professors who have became great mentors.  LEO has given me the opportunity to challenge myself in the classroom, through my internships and as I apply for full-time positions upon graduation.”

Jackie Pignataro ’17




“I believe Leadership, Ethics, & Organizational Sustainability is the perfect enhancer to any major.  It makes me strive to want to be a leader in my field and industry and do marketing in way that is ethical and sustainable for all stakeholders.  The classes are challenging and inspire me to use business as a force for good.  So far it has led me to an internship at Campbell’s Soup with the Soulful Project!”

Alexandra Homan ’17

“The International Business major requires special skills to adapt management methods to the needs of foreign environments. SJU prepares their students for administrative positions in international divisions of American companies or careers in the national or international government agencies. As the International Business Society President, I work towards helping students achieve their goals alongside the hardworking professors and advisors.”
Lauren Eltringham ’17

“The International Business major has really helped me understand how businesses operate in a global context. The varied courses provide a well-rounded education that prepares students to excel in any chosen path. Thanks to the out-standing IB faculty, I’ve been able to jump start my international career as an undergraduate by interning in Vienna, Austria!”

Alex DeSantis ’18