McColl School of Business
Queens University of Charlotte began offering an undergraduate business program in 1978 and expanded to offer a Master in Business Administration in 1980. In the early 1990's, the university made a strong commitment to expand the university's growing business programs. Toward that end, the Hugh L. McColl Jr. School of Business was formally established in 1993.
The McColl School was established by a gift from Mr. Alpheus L. Ellis, who asked that the school be named in honor of Mr. Hugh L. McColl, Jr., former CEO of Bank of America and Chairman Emeritus of the Queens University of Charlotte Board of Trustees.
Today, the McColl School of Business is focused on providing the best undergraduate and graduate business programs in our region.
MBA and MSOD Programs Recognized in CBJ
The Charlotte Business Journal ran a feature story on the Queens McColl School of Business, describing how the MBA and MSOD programs integrate leadership and corporate culture into its curriculum. John Bennett, associate professor of business, was interviewed for the write-up. Read More
Conceptual Era Places Emphasis on Liberal Arts
The new era we've entered-the conceptual era-shows that the STEM versus arts debate might be a false dichotomy. This era bridges the brain divide, encouraging the development of rightbrained traits that benefit left-brained fields. Read More
Learn more about the McColl School's graduate programs: Professional MBA, MS in Organization Development, and Coaching Certificate Program. View Event
Join the Queens McColl School of Business as we welcome Rodrigo Jordan, Ph.D., Founder and President of Vertical S.A. View Event