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You may have to juggle family, job, and myriad responsibilities to study and to work toward your degree. You want your choice of quality, career-oriented academic programs. At Saint Joseph's University, you have the flexibility to study in the evening, day or online with faculty who are focused on innovative teaching methods, relevant knowledge-building, and practical applications for your career.
From a 2011 survey of Professoinal and Liberal Studies graduates, based on 33 students, representing 22% of the 2011 graduating class, 94% of the respondents were employed and/or pursuing additional education. 78% were employed and 16% were continuing their education. The average total salary for the Professional and Liberal Studies graduates of 201 was $61,300 incorporating an average base salary of $59,500 and a $1,800 bonus. Below are a listing of sample employers for the 2011 graduates:
|AmeriHealth Mercy Companies||Ernst & Young||The Hibbert Group|
|Bradford White Corp.||GlaxoSmithKline||University of Pennsylvania|
|Chester Water Authority||Hospital of the University
|University of the Sciences|
|City of Philadelphia||Lowe's||Upper Dary Sellers Library|
|Cline Davis & Mann||Medtronic||Wells Fargo|
|Commonwealth of PA||School District of
Forty-one percent of Professional and Liberal Studies graduates who are employed remained with their curent employer after graduatoin. Many of these graduates experienced career enhancements such as promotions (11%), salary increases (11%), title changes (11%) and added responsibilities following the attainment of their bachelor degree.