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College of Business

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Our Mission

The APSU College of Business is a teaching-focused business school committed to student success while serving the Clarksville and Nashville metropolitan areas. We strive to push students beyond the textbook and help them explore their passions, in order to empower our graduates to compete in a global economy.

Welcome to the College of Business

 

5
Degree Programs
961
Current Enrollment
62
Average Internships
$138K
Scholarships Awarded in 2018-19
33
Current Number of Named Scholarships
$1K
Scholarship Opportunites for study abroad programs
7
Student Lead Organizations
26
Full-Time Faculty Members
22
Advisory Board Members


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Jake Bumpus, Accounting major
Meet Jake Bumpus

“I am 100 percent confident that my professors are committed to ensuring students not only graduate, but also have the opportunity to succeed beyond the classroom.”

George Leavell
Meet George Leavell

"The work ethic I developed at Austin Peay allowed me to compete with (my law school classmates). I feel like Austin Peay prepared me to go to the next level, and without the huge burden of debt some of my classmates had."

 

Halloween Concert
Austin Peay's Percussion Ensemble Halloween Concert set for Oct. 26

The annual Percussion Ensemble Halloween Concert at Austin Peay, set for 6 and 8 p.m. Oct. 26, will open with songs from "The Greatest Showman" and will include classical and contemporary fare, such as the theme for "Psycho." Tickets go fast, so get yours now.

Service project
More than 200 APSU students fight world hunger during Freshman Service Project

During the event, the students supported Rise Against Hunger, an organization that works to end hunger by providing food to the world's most vulnerable.

Breast Cancer 5K
Austin Peay's Foy Center hosting 8th Annual Breast Cancer 5K

The race, which will take place on Oct. 20 on the Austin Peay campus, allows participants to either run or walk at their own pace.