McColl School of Business
Business principles serve as the backbone of our economic, political and social systems. The 21st century provides extraordinary business opportunities which demand fresh perspective and new solutions.
With a business degree from Queens, you will be ready to engage in these extraordinary opportunities. Your degree will carry the prestige of our program: In 2015, U.S. News & World Report ranked our McColl School of Business among the top 1% of small, private business schools.
Charlotte is a great place to be a business student, whether you're an undergrad embarking on a bachelor's degree or a grad student taking your career to the next level. After all, Charlotte's one of the country's leading financial hubs, is home to more than 250 Fortune 500 companies, and is one of the nation's fastest-growing cities. This environment puts countless internship and job opportunities within a few miles of campus. And we bring the experts to you as well: our renowned MBA program brings national leaders to campus for lectures and special events.
Business Continuity Management Course Offers Best Practices for Disaster Recovery
The Queens McColl School of Business is proud to announce—in partnership with the Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRI)— of a 15-week professional course on business continuity management (BCM). The BCM course is designed for professionals who are new to business continuity and disaster recovery. It's also helpful to professionals who are looking for a complete "how-to" guide of best practices for building a business continuity management program within their organization. Read More
Queens Faculty Demonstrate Expertise on WFAE, Other Sources
Queens Faculty Demonstrate Expertise on WFAE, Other Sources Read More
U.S. News & World Report Praises Queens Online Programs
U.S. News & World Report Praises Queens Online Programs Read More
Andrea B. Smith Named Queens' 2016 BusinessWoman of the Year
An innovative leader at one of the world’s leading financial institutions,Smith recognized for her professional achievements and community engagement. Read More