Integrated Science, Business, and Technology (ISBT)

  • Major, Minor
  • 4-year, On Campus

Career Opportunities

After graduating, our alums enjoy successful careers covering a variety of fields with some of the biggest names in the country, including:

Corporate Management

  • Leadership Development Program, GlaxoSmithKline
  • Operations Manager, Delta Geophiscs Inc.
  • Global Marketing Senior Manager, Ethicon, Inc.

Project Management

  • Research Service Analyst, Consumer Health Sciences
  • Systems Analyst II, Robert, Kohler Company
  • Senior IT Manager, Johnson & Johnson

Corporate Analysis

  • Energy/Marine Underwriter, Navigators Group
  • Global Market Acces Analyst, Merck & Co., Inc.
  • Principal Cybersecurity Engineer, CA Technologies

Research and Development

  • Manufacturing Associate II, Tengion
  • Research Support Specialist,
    CA Technologies

STEM Designated Program

This program meets the requirements of what the Department for Homeland Security considers to be a science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) field of study. International students who graduate from this program may be eligible to apply for a 24-month OPT extension.

After meeting with Dr. Nancy Jones on my visit to campus, I immediately fell in love with the program, ISBT’s mission, and all of the opportunities it could yield after graduation. From that moment I have never looked back and still to this day am extremely thankful I made the decision to choose ISBT as my major.

Ryan Nork, ’18
Peter J. Dougherty, '71

The honor will be given during the Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 11.

La Salle University’s Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation is adding four varsity sports—women’s rugby, women’s acrobatics and tumbling, and women’s triathlon, and will reinstate baseball — for the 2025-26 school year, President Daniel J. Allen, Ph.D., and Vice President of Athletics & Recreation and Director of Athletics Ashwin Puri announced April 17.

Image of a group of students posing with a Thank you sign.

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