The College of Business and Economics develops high quality and innovative programs and resources, connects theory to practice in curricular, extra-curricular and research activities, and transforms students who will have a positive impact within Maryland and beyond.
The College of Business and Economics offers rigorous and applied undergraduate and graduate programs in accounting, business and economics firmly rooted in the liberal arts. Our business and accounting programs are accredited by AACSB International, which places them among the top one percent of business schools worldwide.
Hands-on Learning Experiences
In addition to accredited coursework, students in the college can seek personal and professional growth opportunities tailored to their interests. Nearly all students complete at least one professional internship before graduating. Students also are encouraged to participate in exciting and enriching student programs and events, such as the college's signature business case competition, The Associate. The college's 18 student organizations provide another great outlet for students to grow professionally and gain leadership skills.
Dedicated Faculty and Staff
Distinguished faculty members serve not only as dedicated teachers but as mentors and advisers to students. Our faculty also influences the greater academic and business worlds through their research and scholarship.
The college's undergraduate programs include four majors, 11 concentrations/tracks and five minors.
Professionals seeking an advanced degree in a business field can pursue one of the college's three master's programs or four post-baccalaureate certificates offered by the college. See our graduate programs.
News & Events
Acting the part: Bart Debicki as professor and actor
CBE assistant professor Bart Debicki is equally at home treading the boards and teaching his classes.
CBE ENACTUS students win $7000 in competitions
Enactus placed in the top three in two nationwide competitions to earn $7,000 for their organization.
Economics Professor in the News for Quinoa Research
College of Business and Economics associate professor Seth Gitter spoke with NPR's "The Salt" on the economic impact of quinoa's rise in popularity.
Accounting Open House
12 - 3 p.m., West Village Commons ballrooms
Meet professionals from accounting and business advisory firms in the Greater Baltimore Metropolitan Area.
CBE Fall Career Fair
12-3 p.m., Stephens Hall
Network with select companies looking for accounting, business and economics majors.