Communication: Students will demonstrate effective business communication skills.
Critical Thinking: Students will demonstrate the ability to appropriately and propose solutions to business challenges.
Functional Competence: Students will demonstrate fundamental knowledge in the functional areas of business.
Global Awareness: Students will demonstrate an understanding of conducting business in a global economy.
Communication: Students will demonstrate effective business communication and presentation skills.
Critical Thinking: Students will demonstrate the ability to identify, assess, and recommend solutions to management challenges.
Functional Competence: Students will demonstrate fundamental knowledge in the functional areas of management.
2022-2023 Undergraduate Curriculum & Assurance of Learning Committee:
Chair: Dennis Pearson
Members: Pennye Brown
Emily Lean - ex officio
2022-2023 Graduate Curriculum & Assurance of Learning Committee:
Chair: Susan Cockrell
Members: Emily Lean
|Enrollment||Fall 2019||Fall 2020||Fall 2021|
|Total COB Enrollment||1016||935||929|
|Total COB Enrollment||106||165||193|
Faculty-led experiential opportunities provide student access to real-world connections and experiences within their field of expertise. Experiences include but are not limited to:
- Govs Fund
- Undergraduate and Graduate level research
- Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program
- Business-specific study abroad programs
- Industry conferences
- Access to industry leaders within the classroom
The College of Business also provides funding and scholarship opportunities for students
to participate in community events, conferences, and networking functions to encourage
students to explore their interests beyond the classroom.