School of Business

An innovative education that prepares you to do purposeful business.

At La Salle, experiential and engaged learning is at the heart of everything we do. Our classes are hands-on and activity-based, helping students discover their potential and develop real-world skills to not only do business, but to learn about the business of doing good. As teachers, scholars, and mentors committed to the Lasallian tradition of learning, we deliver excellence in business education to shape students into highly skilled business leaders that contribute to a more just society.

Founders' Hall


B.S. in Sport Management

La Salle University is excited to announce a new major in Sport Management available to students this fall. Housed in the AACSB accredited School of Business, Sport Management students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the dynamic field of sports business through a robust curriculum that prepares students for a variety of careers such as athletic director, sports agent, and sports event manager.

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Explore Our Programs

No matter which program you choose, the La Salle School of Business provides an innovative education that prepares you to do purposeful business. Explore our programs to find your best fit.

Take a virtual tour of Founders’ Hall and see how our classrooms, labs, and experiential learning spaces are equipped to help students become business leaders.


job placement for 4-year B.S./MBA graduates in 2023


faculty-taught classes — no teaching assistants

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CPA Preparation

We partner with Surgent to provide students with the preparation they need to pass the CPA exam.

Learning Beyond the Classroom

Your experience will be shaped by more than just your classes at La Salle. Keeping with Lasallian tradition, we believe that all knowledge is practical and empowering and provide learning opportunities beyond the classroom that allow students to develop the skills they need to succeed in their professional lives.

Business Scholars Co-Op Program

Business Scholars Co-Op Program (BSCP) students complete two full-time co-op work experiences as part of their degree, earning a salary, receiving academic credits, and gaining practical experience in their field of study. Scholars are selected based on their academic and leadership experience and receive mentorship and coaching. Learn more.

Business Leadership Fellows Program

Business Leadership Fellows obtain a competitive edge in professional development by participating in internships, co-ops, and leadership development activities, and gaining opportunities to develop their collaboration, communication, and critical thinking skills. Learn more.

Center for Entrepreneurship

The Center for Entrepreneurship provides aspiring entrepreneurs and corporate innovators the mentoring, networking, and experiential learning to succeed in their chosen careers. Students learn how to flex their innovative muscles, build leadership skills, explore the business landscape, and take measured risks to achieve their goals. Various programs are offered at the center that put students in a hands-on role working in scenarios they’ll encounter after graduation. Learn more.

Center for Sales Excellence

With expertise in research and training, the Center for Sales Excellence is a hub for the development and delivery of a premier sales education in the region. We are the first sales program in Pennsylvania to be recognized by the University Sales Center Alliance, a consortium of sales educators who are dedicated to advancing the sales profession through teaching, research, and outreach. Learn more.

Explorer Spotlight

Raheem Moncrieffe, ’22

Raheem earned a double major in finance and accounting while also
participating in the Business Scholars Co-Op program, serving as president of La Salle’s chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants, and working full-time at Philadelphia International Airport. He credits the mentorship he received from faculty members with helping him secure his first job after graduating.

Marni Quevedo, ’21

A first-generation college student, Marni worked at the Center for Entrepreneurship, interned at organizations, asked for faculty guidance as she networked, joined as many groups and clubs as she could, and learned from each and every experience.


La Salle School of Business is accredited by the AACSB, which represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.

AACSB Accredited

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