Our 25-year history tells our story
Our school was renamed in 2006 after the legendary Jack Welch. He was for 20 years Chairman and CEO of General Electric Company, which was named the world’s most valuable corporation and was consistently voted the most admired company in the world by Fortune magazine.
In addition to the AACSB accreditation, earned by only 5% of business schools worldwide, our MBA programs are formally recognized by the Luxembourg Ministry of Higher Education and well respected by the business and finance community.
Discover an empowering MBA culture
A European spirit permeates the Sacred Heart MBA Program—it’s a diverse mix of entrepreneurial thinkers, innovative problem-solvers, egalitarian team players and motivated professionals who thrive in a flexible environment.
Connect with an experienced, diverse class
In programs like ours, each student has a greater impact. SHU MBA students are chosen for more than their GMAT scores. They are chosen for what they can contribute to the class and to future employers. SHU MBAs bring a strong blend of work experience, professionalism, creativity and enthusiasm. They also bring tremendous diversity. SHU MBA students come from over 40 countries and nearly 40 percent are women. Here, students build teams that transcend cultural viewpoints and gain a deeper perspective from an open exchange of ideas.
The personal attention may surprise you
The SHU MBA Program is small by intention. Smaller classes mean students get more time with faculty and staff. The intimate size means that students have a voice in fine-tuning the MBA Program and making it more effective. Students get to know their peers in a series of small group interactions. Student needs are met quickly and efficiently. Starting in 2016 each student has a privileged and exclusive relationship with a mentor.