Build a Career-Ready Portfolio
You'll step right into a finance career with the real-world skills you gain at Susquehanna to work as an analyst, in investor relations or as a financial adviser.
We have a state-of-the-art investment research lab with 11 Bloomberg terminals, an exception for a school our size. Bloomberg terminals allow you to analyze financial market in real time. You'll also learn about placing and tracking trades by investing real university funds in the stock market through the River Hawk Investment Fund.
Less than 4% of business schools worldwide are recognized as a CFA Institute Affiliated University. As one of those few institutions, Susquehanna provides scholarships to help you cover the costly CFA® Level 1 exam. Because we cover nearly three-quarters of test material in class, you'll be ready to take the exam right out of the gate after graduation or even in your senior year!
You also have a chance to participate in the CFA Institute's research challenge, a global competition that gives our students intensive training in financial analysis and professional ethics.
Our graduates achieve, with rewarding careers with brokerages or investment advisory firms, banks, insurance companies, manufacturing and service organizations. In addition to offering our students jobs, these companies help our students with internships.
Because our bold curriculum is rooted in the liberal arts, you will develop essential skills that employers seek, like writing, teamwork, presentation delivery, critical thinking, interpersonal relationships and leadership.
The Susquehanna Difference
Our Sigmund Weis School of Business is accredited by AACSB International. Only about 5% of the 15,000+ business programs worldwide have earned AACSB accreditation, making our program part of an elite group. For you, it means top companies will recognize the high quality of your degree, often offering higher, more competitive salaries.
You'll be assured intercultural experiences and even an international internship through our nationally recognized Global Opportunities program. Adding one of our interdisciplinary minors, like leadership, helps you gain a better understanding of important topics in today's world.
Ninety-eight percent of Susquehanna graduates have jobs within six months of graduation.
Recent graduates are employed:
Ernst & Young
Farleigh Dickinson University
Goldman Sachs & Co.
Highmark Blue Shield
Merck & Co.
State Street Global Advisors
Zurich Financial Services
The academic catalog is the compilation of all the amazing classes and programs being offered at Susquehanna during a given academic year. For more information about the courses being offered, programs available, and much more, download the catalog and dig in.See the 2020-2021 Academic Catalog
Trade Like a Pro
Gain practical experience for your business career in a fun, interactive setting — our trading room features 11 Bloomberg terminals with specialized keyboards, double-screen displays and professional investment software.
Using the same technology as the world’s leading banks, corporations and government agencies, you’ll learn to utilize leading indicators, research and news in real time. You’ll evaluate economic scenarios and place trades while you gain insight into how financial markets impact the global economy.
By earning a coveted Bloomberg Certification through your coursework, you’ll have a huge advantage over your peers when you search for undergraduate internships and employment after college.
Hear what our students and alumni think
Class of 2017
"I ultimately feel like I made a great decision to come to Susquehanna. The university and the Sigmund Weis School of Business have been great incubators for what I have done so far, and what I hope to do in the future."
Class of 2017
"With the help of my peers and professors I came in with many of the technical skills I need to be successful (in my internship)."
Class of 2008
"Susquehanna was a good fit for me in that I could focus on a very specific educational direction or something very broad.
"I valued the writing and thinking skills that were needed in both majors and thought it was a great way to round out a more technical degree like finance."