Spend a semester living and studying in the heart of London with fellow students from the Sigmund Weis School of Business. The London program is our most popular study abroad trip for business students.
- Majors & Minors
- Study Abroad
- Academic Calendar
- Central Curriculum
- Course Catalog
- Blough-Weis Library
- Center for Academic Achievement
- Honors Program
- Winter Session
- Graduate Results
- Success Stories
- Career Development Center
- Centers and Lectureships
- Academic Resources
- Tuition & Financial Aid
- Admission Representatives by Region
- Housing & Dining
- Student Activities & Programs
- Fun On Campus
- Title IX
- Our Campus & Location
- Diversity Matters
- Center for Diversity & Inclusion
- Our Leadership
- History and Traditions
- In the Community
- Title IX
1. We're AACSB-accredited! One of the few undergraduate-only business programs in the world to earn this honor.
2. You'll give presentations to real business executives your very first semester in Global Business Perspectives.
3. You're virtually guaranteed a job. Over the last three years, 98% of business students are employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation.
4. What's better than an internship? An international internship! Study through our London Program and you're guaranteed an internship.
Welcome from the Dean
As you learn more about the Sigmund Weis School of Business at Susquehanna University, I hope you reach the same conclusion I have—that this is one of the top undergraduate business schools in the world.
Why? We offer a rare combination—an AACSB accredited business program focused solely on undergraduates at a private liberal arts university. Our students obtain a state-of-the-art business education and also gain a global perspective and learn to think critically and write well—hallmarks of a liberal arts education.
Our program highlights international experiences, with 100% of students studying away from campus for at least two weeks. In the past year our students have studied across the world and had internships in the United Kingdom, Italy, Singapore, South Korea, and other countries.
Employers see the value of a Susquehanna education. With a 98% placement rate within six months of graduation, our graduates clearly earn the education that employers value. We don't prepare students for jobs, we groom them for a lifetime of achievement, leadership, and service.
–Matthew Rousu, Ph.D.
Interim Dean and Professor of Economics, Sigmund Weis School of Business
AACSB accreditation, which the school first achieved 20 years ago, is the hallmark of excellence in business education.
Less than 5 percent of the world's business schools earn the distinction.
Today, there are 762 AACSB-accredited business schools in 52 countries and territories—the overwhelming majority of which are not private liberal arts schools of SU's size.
Achieving accreditation is a process of rigorous internal review, engagement with an AACSB-assigned mentor and peer review.
Global Business Perspectives
This course immerses you into the business world—in your very first semester! You and your team will work on a consulting project where you develop recommendations to improve the profitability of a major corporation. (Recent projects include Netflix, Burberry, Under Armour, and Bed Bath and Beyond.) As a finale, your team will present to business executives in a professional business pitch experience.
Virtually all of our students get a job within six months of graduation—thanks to our solid business coursework and well-rounded liberal arts education.
Liberal Education and America's Promise (LEAP) confirms that a liberal arts education integrated with all fields—from business and professional programs to the arts and sciences—provides a foundation for students to expand their horizons, build an understanding of a wider world, hone analytical and communications skills, and foster responsibilities beyond self.
Beginning this fall, Susquehanna University’s newly established Center for Economics, Business and Entrepreneurship Education will serve the community by assisting teachers in bringing economic and business education into K-12 classrooms in the region.Learn More
More than 150 clubs and organizations give you opportunities for fun, leadership, service and more.