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 academic programs in accounting, business and economics firmly rooted in the liberal arts. Our business and accounting programs are accredited by AACSB International, which is the highest standard of achievement a business school can receive. Less than 5% of schools worldwide are accredited for business and only 1% are accredited for both business and accounting.
Hands-on Learning Experiences
Grow personally and professionally with opportunities tailored to your interests and career goals. Apply your knowledge and skills at internships to get your foot in the door. Participate in exciting and enriching student programs and events, such as the college's signature business case competition, The Associate. Or get involved in one of the college's 18 student organizations to expand your network and gain leadership skills.
Dedicated Faculty and Staff
Our distinguished faculty members are not only experts in their fields but dedicated teachers, mentors and advisers. Our faculty influences academia and the business world through impactful applied research as well.
News & Events
HR program earns program alignment certification from SHRM
BGE awards TU Foundation an emergency response and safety grant
Two CBE departments receive innovation awards
12 p.m., University Union, Room 306
Meet successful entrepreneurs, hear their stories and learn what it takes to launch a business. The entire TU community is invited to attend these intimate events. Bring your lunch and come with questions!
5 p.m., Stephens Hall, Room 216
CBE's signature case competition returns with SECU as 2017's presenting company.
CBE Spring Career Fair
12 p.m., Stephens Hall
Connect with employers like Stanley Black & Decker and Enterprise right in Stephens Hall.
When Generations Connect
6 p.m., Minnegan Room
Four distinct generations make up the workplace, each with unique attitudes, values and work styles. Learn how to convert this diversity from an obstacle into an opportunity.