Experiential learning

Experiential learning opportunities contribute dynamically to the commitment of the Haub School of Business to provide an educational experience that offers breadth, depth and wholeness. In addition to tradition, University-sponsored experiential learning opportunities (service learning courses, study tours and study abroad), the following four experiential learning opportunities are available specifically to HSB students.

Cooperative Education allows students to gain one year of full-time, paid work experience within the four-year degree.

The Food Marketing Specific Cooperative Education Program rotates food-industry work experience with academic work for food marketing majors.

General internships can fulfill academic credit or can be sought for compensation.


The Accounting Internship Program combines rigorous work in public and private accounting with classroom work for junior accounting majors.

For additional information on experiential learning opportunities, please use the links below or contact the Advising Center at hsbadvisingcenter@sju.edu

Useful Links
HSB Co-op Program
Food Marketing Co-op Program
Accounting Internship Program
Career Center Internships
Service Learning
Study Abroad

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