Department of Business Administration & Economics
Our Business Administration and Economics Department strives to cultivate the confidence, critical-thinking skills, and dedication students need to succeed in business.
Through in-class curriculum and practical experience, business students learn the fundamentals of business, leadership, management, communication, and analysis. In addition to coursework, the Business Department provides individualized guidance outside the classroom to help students kick start their careers. Tapping well-established connections with local businesses, our department empowers students to work on projects in the Triad community, network with reputable leaders, and intern at top companies. With one-on-one help and support, business students graduate with a wealth of well-rounded academic and professional experiences under their belts.
Majors and Minors
Human Factors MINOR
This minor allows students to take what they learn about human capabilities or limitations and apply it to make products, services and systems safe, usable and effective.
Memberships & Accolades
Our Department of Business Administration & Economics is part of or accredited by organizations that establish and support national standards for business and accounting-related disciplines. They include:
- Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCoC)
- Delta Mu Delta Business Honor Society
- School of Business Outcomes