Business Studies Today for Tomorrow's Business Successes
Which are fully accredited by AACSB International, the Association to Advance Collegiate
Schools of Business International. In addition, students may complete degree programs
- Healthcare Management
- Hospitality Management
- Robert A. Dempster Hall is one of the finest comprehensive facilities in the state
to support undergraduate business programs.
- Dempster Hall is a technology-rich, globally connected, learning environment that
contains a large array of hands-on business technology for students to use.
- Less than 30 students per class, on average.
- Business student-faculty ratio of less then 27-to-1.
- 47 full-time, regular faculty and 90 percent of these have/or are pursuing their doctoral
- Alumni five years out assign a grade of B+ to the quality of teaching.
- Courses are scheduled so a full-time student can complete their degree in four years
- 95 percent of the courses are taught by full-time faculty;the other 5 percent are
taught by experienced practitioners with specialized knowledge.
- More than 300 students each year complete an internship or participate in a major
- Graduating students assign a grade of B+ to the business program.
- Alumni five-years out assign a grade of B+ to their overall experience with the business
- 90 percent of graduates are placed within the year after graduation.
- 100 percent of graduates demonstrate basic competency in writing.
- 95 percent or more of graduates say the business program developed their communication,
teamwork and leadership skills to a discernible degree.
- Business students compete successfully at the state, regional, national, and international
level in competitions sponsored by university, business student, practitioner organizations.
- All freshman and sophomore business students are advised by a professional advisor
committed to personal attention and student success.
- Junior and senior business students are advised by a full-time faculty member in the
- The Harrison College of Business and Computing has a $5.2 million endowment to support
- The Harrison College of Business and Computing has an endowment of $4 million to support
an extra margin of excellence in its academic programs.
- Qualified students holding the bachelor’s degree may pursue the: