About the School of Business
NC Central's School of Business provides a unique and professional environment that enables students to obtain a top-notch business school education. As a result, individuals are prepared to secure full-time employment within six months of graduation or enroll in a graduate program upon graduation.
NC Central’s School of Business aspires to be a first-choice, high-value business school that attracts globally diverse students who are motivated to achieve academic excellence.
The School of Business offers high-value education in its undergraduate and graduate programs through innovative teaching, impactful scholarship, and globally diverse faculty. Our mission is achieved in an intellectually stimulating, professional, and caring environment characterized by small classes, experiential learning, and community engagement.
The NC Central School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Only five percent of business schools around the world have earned this level of recognition, cementing the school’s commitment to exceptional business education.
Management education at North Carolina Central University can be traced to the year 1910, when the institution first opened its doors to students. On July 1, 1972, the Department of Business and Economics separated from the Undergraduate School of Arts and Sciences and became the School of Business.
Beta Gamma Sigma is an academic honor society for the study of business. Founded in 1913 at the University of Wisconsin, it has over 800,000 members, selected from over 540 collegiate chapters in business schools accredited by AACSB International.