School of Business

The School of Business is expanding the global business market by empowering the next generation of industry professionals and entrepreneurs with the skills they need to succeed. 

Welcome to the School of Business

NCCU's School of Business prepares students to become market ready and poised for careers as global leaders in business and industry.


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About the School of Business

The NCCU School of Business prepares students for lifelong success and a commitment to community service. Learn more about our vision, mission, accreditation, history, organizations, metrics and board of visitors.

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Undergraduate Degrees

NCCU's School Business offers four majors: Accounting, Business Administration (including concentrations in Entrepreneurship, Financial Analytics, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Management), an interdisciplinary degree in Information Technology, and Hospitality and Tourism Administration.

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Graduate Degrees

The Master of Business Administration degree includes a general concentration and two joint degrees (a JD/MBA and an MIS/MBA).

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The School of Business offers a Joint SAS Certificate on Statistical Analysis with SAS and a Hotel Industry Analytics certificate. 

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Professional Development and Career Management

We prepare new students to achieve success, professionally and academically, through co-curricular and experiential engagements.

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Business Minor

Students enrolled at the University may seek a minor in Business. 

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Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

The North Carolina Central University's Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CEED) promotes entrepreneurship and economic development by cultivating a culture of creativity and innovation among NCCU's students, professors, staff and community at large.

Building on a Legacy

North Carolina Central University is constructing a new School of Business facility, with projected groundbreaking to occur in 2021.

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