The School of Business Administration has produced the nation’s largest number of African-American MBAs and is one of the top 10 producers of AfricanAmerican business professionals in the nation.
For 50 years, the School of Business Administration has flourished as the major producer of black MBAs in America . In 1974, the School of Business earned accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). The School of Business Administration is committed to continuous improvement of its historic teaching and service tradition, with emphasis on intellectual contributions. Recently ranked among the top five Historically Black Colleges and Universities as a "best buy" by Money Magazine, the Business School is committed to training its students to exceed expectations of aspiring business leaders beyond the 21st century.
his program leads to the award of the Master of Arts in Accounting degree. The Master of Arts in Accounting degree requires 30 semester hours. Successfully completing the Master of Arts in Accounting degree will allow students with an undergraduate degree in Accounting or the equivalent to satisfy the 150 semester hour requirement in most states and territories in order to apply for admission to the unified Certified Public Accountants (CPA) examination. As soon as possible, candidates for admission to the CPA examination are strongly advised to verify any additional courses required by their desired state or territory of certification.
The Department of Economics has as its mission an increase in the number of American and foreign students trained with an understanding of economic problems and solutions confronting the United States and developing nations. Special attention is devoted to problems of and solutions to the underprivileged African-Americans and residents of Third-World nations, The Department is Economics to strong undergraduate and graduate programs, and to ensuring that students have a sufficiently broad background in theoretical and analytical economics to be competitive. The Economics Program leads to the B.A. and M.A. degrees in Economics.
The Master of Arts degree in Economics offers the opportunity to engage in study of contemporary economic issues. The curriculum also provides an innovative approach to the study of orthodox theories. Provisions are made to develop knowledge and understanding of urban affairs and economic development, not only from the traditional point of view, but also from that of minority people and developing countries of the Third World. Attuned to current problems of American and world economies, the Program should be of interest to students who wish to pursue graduate study in economics that is current, meaningful, and fulfilling.