McColl School of Business
Connecting Students. Developing Leaders.
With a business degree from the Queens McColl School of Business, you will be prepared to offer new perspectives and solutions as a valued leader within your company. Business principles serve as the backbone of our economic, political and social systems, and 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.
The McColl School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. AACSB International is known as the longest-standing, most prestigious form of specialized/professional accreditation an institution can earn. Less than 5% of business schools worldwide have earned this distinguished accreditation. Learn more about student outcomes.
Whether you're an undergrad or graduate student, our unmatched connections to the Charlotte business community provide countless networking and career opportunities to help you reach your goals. This environment puts countless internship, networking and job opportunities within a few miles of campus.
Class of 2016 Outcomes
"The faculty and staff have an exceptional ability of fostering an environment that is nurturing and caters to the personal learning style of each student. This is precisely the reason I chose the McColl School...My MBA has enhanced the trajectory of my life tremendously...My personal network in Charlotte has quadrupled" -Kester Garraway '15, manager at TIAA-CREF
- Master of Business Administration (MBA) - on campus
- Master of Business Administration (MBA) - online
- Master of Science in Organization Development (MSOD)
- Executive Coaching
- Healthcare Management
- Leadership & Change
Executive Leadership Institute
The Executive Leadership Institute is designed to deliver relevant, timely, and practical professional development opportunities geared toward today's professionals such as SELA (School Executive Leadership Institute), TWIST (Women's Leadership Conference), Certified Financial Planning certification and other customized programs.
McColl School of Business Board of Advisors
Dr. Rick Mathieu, Dean, McColl School of Business
|David M. Anderson||Community Leader|
|Frank E. Arado||Partner
Katten Muchin Rosenman, LLP
|Steve Boehm||Chief Operating Officer
|Ken Chinchar||Community Leader|
Cope Leadership & Company
|Rob Engel||Head of Investment Banking & Capital Markets
Wells Fargo Securities
|Durral Gilbert||President, Supply Chain Services
|Jonathan Halkyard||Chief Financial Officer
Extended Stay America
|Christopher A Halmy||Chief Financial Officer
|Brian Natwick, MBA '03||President, Multifamily
|Chris Payton, MBA '03||Line of Business Staffing and Operations Executive
Bank of America
|Tjeerd Ploeger||CEO Manufacturing for Generators Global
Siemens Energy, Inc.
|Roger A. Ray,
MD, MBA, FACPE (JP)
|Executive Vice President, Chief Physician Executive
Carolinas HealthCare System
|Brian Savoy||Sr. Vice Presdient, Business Transformation and Technology
Duke Energy Corporation
|Josh Tarr||Director of Human Resources
|Carson Tate||Managing Partner
Working Simply, Inc.
|Todd Tibbits||President & CEO
YMCA of Greater Charlotte
|John Tighe, Chair|| President & CEO
|Ken Walker||Community Leader|
|Bob L. Woods, Jr., EMBA '01||Senior Business Advisor, Consumer Regulatory Capital Oversight
Wells Fargo Corporate Risk