College of Business

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Whether your interest is accounting, management or marketing, you’ll explore your chosen field through real-life projects where you'll learn to perform the same procedures as professionals in the industry.

Our strong business core curriculum, embedded into each major, helps you develop the skills you’ll need to pursue a range of management positions, and to switch your major while attending JWU if you choose to do so.

At JWU we build our curriculum with input from industry-leading companies to help you graduate with the specific knowledge and skills that employers seek.

Some of the national and international companies our College of Business students and alumni have interned or obtained positions with include Amazon.com, BBDO Worldwide, Bloomberg, Chanel, Dell, Fidelity, Hasbro, Hill Holliday, and Oppenheimer & Co.

Degree Programs

Program Campus Availability
Accounting Providence
Advertising & Marketing Communications Providence
Business Administration Providence, North Miami, Denver, Charlotte
Business Studies Providence, North Miami, Denver, Charlotte
Corporate Accounting and Financial Analysis Providence, Charlotte
Entrepreneurship Providence, North Miami, Denver
Fashion Merchandising and Retailing Providence, North Miami, Denver, Charlotte
Finance Providence
Food & Beverage Entrepreneurship (B.S.) / Baking & Pastry Arts (A.S.) Providence, North Miami, Charlotte
Food & Beverage Entrepreneurship (B.S.) / Culinary Arts (A.S.) Providence, North Miami, Charlotte
Human Resource Management Providence
International Business Providence, North Miami
Management Providence, North Miami, Charlotte
Marketing Providence, North Miami, Denver, Charlotte
Organizational Risk and Cyber Security Management Providence

Programs of study are subject to change. To see the most recent offerings at each campus, visit www.jwu.edu/catalogs.

 

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Amanda Crugnale '15
Major: Fashion Merchandising & Retail Marketing
Internship: Chanel

Working at Chanel’s Newbury Street flagship was eye-opening for Amanda: “Chanel’s approach to visual merchandising is incredible. Everything that you see on the runway show is brought to each boutique.”

Gaining firsthand experience at a world-renowned company like Chanel is why Amanda selected JWU’s program: “I don’t feel like an intern — I feel like one of the team, which makes me feel more confident in my decisions.”

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