College of Business & Engineering

Be a Leader in Your Field

In today鈥檚 technology-driven and rapidly evolving world, we need people who can lead, problem solve, and think critically more than ever.

The College of Business and Engineering, which includes the Jay S. Sidhu School of Business and Leadership and the School of Engineering, fosters these in-demand skills in students to create tomorrow鈥檚 business leaders and engineers.

All business programs in the Sidhu School of Business and Leadership are AACSB accredited.

The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering at 正澳门六合彩开奖直播 are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET.

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What We Offer

World-Class Business Programs

The Sidhu School offers programs in accounting, finance, management, marketing and sports management as well as a graduate-level master鈥檚 of business administration program. The Sidhu School is housed in the 80,000-square-foot Simms Center which is outfitted with smart classrooms, student meeting rooms, a coffee shop and more.

All business programs in the Sidhu School of Business and Leadership are AACSB accredited.

Hands-On Engineering Programs

The School of Engineering offers ABET-accredited undergraduate programs in civil, electrical and environmental engineering, and graduate programs in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, engineering management and bioengineering. Project-based classes allow students to obtain substantial hands-on experience throughout their time at Wilkes.

13:1

student-faculty ratio

98%

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2,200

undergraduate students

Asterisk indicates based on self-reported survey data.

Expert Faculty, Experiential Learning

Classroom learning is supplemented by the opportunity to obtain hands-on experience. All undergraduate students in the Sidhu School obtain at least one internship before graduation, which allows them to apply what they learned in the classroom to working in a real-life business.

Small class sizes allow for engineering students to work closely with experienced engineering faculty in both classroom and lab settings.

College of Business & Engineering Faculty and Staff

Our Students

The College of Business and Engineering focuses on developing in-demand skills and providing hands-on learning to its students. All undergraduate students in the Sidhu School obtain at least one internship before graduation, which allows them to apply what they learned in the classroom to working in a real-life business. Engineering students have opportunities to work close with expert faculty in both classroom and lab settings to gain valuable real-world experience.

The professors are incredible, and there are so many opportunities for students to get involved outside the classroom.

Kacee Diehl - Accounting and Finance

正澳门六合彩开奖直播鈥檚 sports management program gave me the opportunity to immediately immerse myself in leadership roles while staying close to home.

Luke Modrovsky '19 - Sports Management, Communication Studies

I gained confidence in my ability to lead, take the initiative and build relationships. My professors were always invested in my future as much as I was. I would recommend Wilkes鈥 management program to anyone who wants their class time to translate to real-world experience.

Michael Palladino - Management

Marketing is the only business administration degree I felt would allow me to explore creative skills and bring ideas to life. The professors are very hands-on and do everything to ensure the success of the students.

Noella Nkamjeu - Founder RootsAfrique Clothing Brand

I implore anyone who has interests or curiosity into financial or analytical industries to enter the corporate finance program. You are opening yourself to vital professional development opportunities and a network that will follow you well after your time at Wilkes.

Jessica Smith '23 - Accounting and Corporate Finance

There is opportunity at Wilkes to step up and be a leader, which is very valuable in terms of getting into industry. It allows you to get experience and take initiative.

Justin Burda '22 - Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering

Wilkes has a great environmental engineering program, and because it is a small school, I was able to do work and spend a lot of time outdoors doing research with my professors.

Amad Alazmi '21 - Environmental Engineering

正澳门六合彩开奖直播 is unique because it's a small campus but you get a lot of opportunities to do research as an undergrad, which is rare compared to other universities.

Scott Heffelfinger '20 - Environmental Engineering

A lot of the professors have industry experience. Having that and bringing it back to the classroom really shows you how real everything we鈥檙e doing is.

Ethan Schwartz '20 - Mechanical Engineering, Honors Program student

Wilkes gave me so many research opportunities. The variety of classes in the department let me choose my path and each one included hands-on experience in the field or lab. Faculty provided much needed support and mentorship and continues to even still.

Lena Campisi '17 - Environmental Science

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