School of Business Named Official University Alliance Partner by CCIM Institute

The Commercial Real Estate Finance (CREF) program at the College of Charleston School of Business is raking in more career-boosting advantages for its ready-to-work students. Recently, the Certified Commercial Investment Member Institute (CCIM) named CofC’s School of Business a university alliance partner for its undergraduate real estate program. Read More at The College Today.

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CofC MBA Waives Application Fee, GRE/GMAT Scores to Aid Applicants Impacted by COVID-19

The College of Charleston School of Business‘ one-year MBA program has changed their admissions requirements in response to COVID-19. The decision was made to ease the stress of the application process and to support professionals who have been laid off due to the pandemic. Effective immediately, the nationally-ranked program has waived its $50 application fee. […]

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(School of) Business Partners feat. Marcia Snyder, MSc ’93

Sometimes life comes full circle. For the College of Charleston School of Business assistant dean of student learning and accreditation, Marcia Snyder, it certainly did. After graduating from CofC’s business school in 1993, she worked abroad in the U.K. only return to the b-school — this time as an employee. Recently Snyder was honored with […]

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MBA Student Wins People’s Choice Award for Best Graduate Research Poster

Last week, our very own MBA student Lexi Gravino ‘20 won the People’s Choice Award for this year’s Graduate Research Poster Session hosted by the College of Charleston Graduate School. The annual event showcases the impressive research CofC graduate students conduct professionally and in the Charleston community. This year’s Graduate Research Poster Session included a record-breaking […]

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Profs on Call

School of Business, Charleston Metro Chamber Partner to Support Local Businesses Impacted by COVID-19

The College of Charleston School of Business and the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce have joined forces to provide pro bono consultations to Charleston-area businesses affected by the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in a new initiative called Profs on Call. Profs on Call aims to help business owners and their management staff navigate this […]

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