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McColl School of Business

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Network and learn from our network of accomplished business and community leaders.

Business principles are 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. At McColl School, you will engage in rigorous academic preparation while also networking and learning from our network of accomplished business and community leaders.

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Leadership

Here, you’ll explore and develop your leadership abilities. Our program was built on proven leadership principles: Competence, Character and Commitment to Community.

U.S. News & World Report has ranked the McColl School of Business among the top 1% of small, private business schools.

Career Readiness

You'll be career-ready the moment you graduate. Along with your organizational and strategic skills, you'll develop critical thinking skills and effective communication abilities—all invaluable to future employers.

Business major with Hugh McColl

With our proximity to downtown Charlotte—home to nearly 300 Fortune 500 companies—and our connections with local leaders, business students get invaluable networking and mentoring opportunities. Here, Caroline Neilson ’18 meets Hugh McColl, former Chairman and CEO of Bank of America and the namesake of the McColl School of Business.

Internships and Career Programs

Get real-world experience and network with business leaders before graduating. All traditional undergrads complete internships, and Charlotte is a great place for business students to gain experience: Charlotte is home is nearly 300 Fortune 500 companies and is the country’s second-largest banking center. But we’ll give you more than proximity to business leaders; we’ll help you build relationships with them.

Our faculty are well-connected in the business community, which opens opportunities for internships and job prospects. Our students intern at companies including Ally, Bank of America, Duke Energy, Ford Motor Company, Hershey's, Park Sterling, and Siemens. Explore Internships and Career Programs.

Get Involved: Business Club

Network with your peers at this DECA-affiliated club. This nonprofit student organization prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs with careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management.

 

Campbell Corder business internships
Student Stories Campbell Corder ’17
"Queens really pushes you to have multiple internships, and it’s for a good reason."
McColl Scholarship Challenge
ScholarshipsMcColl Scholarship Challenge
Prospective business majors can compete for extra scholarships in this collaborative and fun event.
Study Abroad
Extended ClassroomStudy Abroad
Gain experience in the global economy. Gain a competitive edge by studying abroad, whether for a short study trip, a semester, or a year-long program.
Jeffrey Brown and Campbell Corder '17

The McColl School

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. Connect with us on Facebook.

Through the McColl School of Business you'll have the opportunity to learn from experienced faculty who are passionate about their field. Each team member has extensive knowledge and background, and will work closely with you as you pursue your degree. Meet your professors.  

Program Contact

Sarah Williams, Undergraduate Program Manager
704-337-2232, williamss6@queens.edu

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