Start your career your first day at JWU Charlotte’s College of Business — and accelerate from there.

We help you define your field of interest, pursue the most relevant course of study and then find the work experience opportunities that match your career goals. 

All of our programs are designed to help you acquire the skills and industry-specific practice necessary for success. Our strong business core curriculum is designed to help you develop the portable skills necessary to pursue a range of management positions, and to switch your major while at JWU should you choose.

Enjoy opportunities to gain real work experience in and out of the classroom through internships and project work with real companies.

Business Programs

Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree
Business Studies
Corporate Accounting and Financial Analysis
Fashion Merchandising & Retailing
Marketing

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) Degree
Business Administration
Entrepreneurship


Memberships

ACBSP and AACSB Business Education Alliance member logos in a vertical orientation. About the ACBSP:
Founded in 1988, the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) is a global business education accrediting body and the first organization to offer accreditation to all levels of collegiate business educational degree programs from associate to doctoral.

The ACBSP ignites a standard of excellence with an accreditation process based on the Baldrige Education Criteria for Performance Excellence. ACBSP has 1,200 member campuses in 60 countries. Membership does not imply accreditation.

About the AACSB:
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International is a global association of leaders in education and business dedicated to supporting and advancing quality business education worldwide. Through membership, accreditation, research, thought leadership, professional development, and advocacy, AACSB partners with over 1,500 organizations, from more than 90 countries globally. Membership or participation in the Global Education Alliance does not imply accreditation.