Want to learn how to run a business from the ground up? At the Jay S. Sidhu School of Business and Leadership, you’ll do just that, as you work with a team your freshman year to conceptualize, design and operate your own business.
The management program develops skills needed to make a difference in organizations, teams and communities. Courses can equip you to excel as a leader in operations management, human resources, sustainability management and more. You’ll develop critical thinking, persuasive communication, teamwork and leadership skills, preparing you to excel in executive and managerial careers in business, industry and governmental organizations.
Sidhu students who major in management develop the skills and competencies to make a difference in organizations, teams, and communities. Management courses equip students with essential knowledge and capabilities to excel as leaders in many areas, including operations management, human resources, sustainability management and more.
Course experiences help our students develop critical thinking, persuasive communication, teamwork and leadership skills. Sidhu management students are prepared to excel in executive and managerial careers in business, industry, and governmental organizations.
The Jay S. Sidhu School of Business and Leadership is housed in the newly renovated 80,000-square-foot University Center on Main building. The $3 million renovation was designed by a collaboration of ideas among faculty, staff, students and administration with our professional architect. The school houses a financial market trading room that simulates a New York Stock Exchange trading floor complete with an electronic stock ticker. Additionally, seven smart classrooms, faculty offices, meeting rooms for students, and student club space are included for collaboration of ideas and projects. The business school provides the ideal setting for a distinctive program that includes both academic coursework as well as classes that focus on personal and leadership development. The building allows space for extracurricular activities, encourages academic integration among faculty and students, and a space with the best technology and environment for success.
Students regularly participate with their faculty in research projects, learning such skills as how to construct a questionnaire to interpretation of results and developing recommendations.
Presented at the Global Landscapes Conference at King’s College in April 2013, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
- Small Business Practices for Success: A Study of Local Small Businesses
- Small Business Sustainability: A Case Study on Seller’s Books
- Small Business Sustainability: A Case Study on King of King’s Gyros
- Presented at the IABE-2013 Orlando, Florida, Winter Conference
- iPads In The Business Classroom: An Analysis of the Jay S. Sidhu School of Business and Leadership’s iPad Initiative
- Presented at the Global Landscapes Conference at King’s College in April 2012, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
- Sustained Pet Nutrition: Economic Viability of Biologically Appropriate Dog and Cat Food
- Economic Validity of Farming in an Urban Setting
- Presented at the Global Landscapes Conference at King’s College in April 2011, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
- Highlighting Sustainable Behavior: A Survey of Lean and Green Practices in the Restaurant Industry
- Geisinger Health Plan
- Luzerne County District Attorney's Office
- Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Commerce
- Wilkes University Admissions
- Dashboard, Tempe, Ariz.
- Marriott Hotel, Mesa, Ariz.
- Neighborhood Economic Development Corporation, Mesa, Ariz.
- Visit Mesa in Mesa, Ariz.
- Osterhout Free Library
- Net Driven
- Jack Williams Tire Co.
The Bachelor of Business Administration in Management program of the Jay S. Sidhu School of Business and Leadership is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.