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Widener University School of Business Administration

Widener University School of Business Administration

Widener University School of Business Administration


At Widener University's School of Business Administration, we prepare students for successful careers and leadership positions in business. We provide a challenging educational environment that promotes life-long professional and personal growth through experiential, service learning and co-op education. Our commitment to ethics and diversity of thought, experience, and background inspires our students, faculty, and staff to become proactive and socially responsible citizens.

Business Internships & Co-operative Education

Our students have opportunities to work in co-op programs with premier companies located throughout the metropolitan region. We work closely with industry to provide a learning environment that offers competencies in core business concepts, critical thinking skills, and effective communication. Students can gain up to twelve months of full-time work experience through two separate placements and still graduate in four years.

Experiential Learning and Service Learning

Students can gain practical experience by participating in experiential learning programs, as well as gaining new skills in service learning opportunities. You can work with local Chester residents to help them complete their income tax forms, or work with non-profit organizations on statistical analysis to help pinpoint opportunities for growth.

If you choose our sports management concentration you can learn first hand how the Eagles manage their team. Spend a Sunday with Dr. Larson, our program director and watch how a professional football team operates. You can be on the field and see and feel the excitement of a career in Sports Management.

At Widener, you will gain the experience you need to help you choose the right career!

Program Admission Requirements

Demonstrate your commitment and readiness to succeed in business school by taking the GMAT exam – the most widely used exam for admissions that measures your critical thinking and reasoning skills.

Download the GMAT mini quiz to get a flavour of the questions you’ll find in the exam.


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