The Southeastern Chamber of Commerce (SCC) recently recognized the College of Charleston School of Business MBA program for its excellence. The one-year MBA program was honored at the second annual Emerging Leaders Night on January 14 in North Charleston, S.C. for its personal commitment, dedication, and performance.
The evening celebrated leaders and companies within the Lowcountry and neighboring parts of the state. The Chamber honored more than 25 businesses including Key West Boats, Hyatt Hotel & Hyatt House, Nucor Steel, Fred Anderson Toyota and TD Bank.
The one-year, full-time global MBA program has focus areas in finance, marketing and hospitality revenue management, and is accredited by AACSB International.
The SCC is a nonprofit, membership organization dedicated to improving businesses and tourism throughout the Southeastern Region of the U.S. The North Charleston based organization has been connecting regional business owners, economic developers, educators, media and organizations since 2005.
“This is a powerful testament to the commitment of our faculty, staff and engaged students,” said Alan Shao, dean of the School of Business. “The MBA program is a cornerstone of the School of Business and we are honored to be recognized alongside leading companies in the Lowcountry.”
The SCC is comprised of regional business owners, economic development members, educators, media, community based organizations and decision makers with one common goal: To develop strategies and set policies to better serve all business interests throughout the Southeastern Region.