Welcome to the Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business at Shenandoah University.
- Success stories start here
- Accredited business school
- Small classes with individual student attention
- Experienced, caring faculty
- Comprehensive, cutting-edge knowledge
- Class offerings for varying work schedules
The mission of the Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business is to educate its students to become successful, principled leaders with a global perspective. Students will graduate with confidence in their ability to solve problems, be effective communicators, and work successfully as individuals and team members. Our undergraduate curriculum prepares students to operate in a dynamic, ever-changing personal, social and economic environment. The curriculum provides a solid, general educational foundation requisite for all individuals entering a fast-paced technological and global society. It provides broad-based study in the liberal arts which mark the educated citizen. In addition, working toward the BBA degree will provide students with knowledge in the fields of accounting, financial institutions, information systems and computer technology, global business, economics, management and marketing. This academic preparation linked with communications skills, ethical decision making, entrepreneurship and working in diverse international environments as a team member will make the graduate a valued member of any organization. Students have the opportunity for study-abroad experiences, internships, participation in student organizations and other activities including active management of a student investment fund. The BBA is a part of a life-long learning process for students which will lead to a better society, a better citizen and a better business leader.
The Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business will become recognized as a provider of individualized business education driven by entrepreneurial thinking, global understanding and ethical practice.
The Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business carries out its mission through its commitment to four guiding principles – learning, integrity, recognizing the contributions of others and continuous improvement.