Double majoring in accounting and dance isn’t usual, but that’s the business school way. Many of our students complement their business education with coursework in the arts. The ability to study both accounting and dance is what drew Maggie Howe ‘21 to the College. Watch below as Maggie attends her business and dance courses, enjoys […]
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.
When Mike Gelber ’17 graduated from the College of Charleston with a degree in finance, he was ready to make his mark in the world by working for one of the nation’s largest banking institutions. But, once he decided to trade in investments and financial markets for code, he struck gold. Six months after working […]
Lauren Furey ’19 has always loved feeding people, and recently she’s been doing so virtually. Since social distancing orders have been put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Furey – owner of Lauren Furey LLC which offers personally curated culinary experiences – joined forces with Lowcountry Local First to produce a cooking webinar that […]
The School of Business prides itself on the experiential learning opportunities that we provide to our students that ensure career readiness after — and even before! — graduation. Having spent time in both the School of Business and the Honors College, alumna Ariel Benton ‘18 (Finance) has successfully made the transition from one of our […]
Alumni of the College of Charleston School of Business Interdisciplinary Center for Applied Technology (ICAT) will attend the largest technology conference in the world this November. With more than 60,000 professionals in attendance, Web Summit 2017 connects leaders in technology with up-and-comers in the industry, including the members of the Jyve team. Music booking tool […]
The $25K Alumni Challenge began on November 18, 2010 when an anonymous Board of Governors member offered to make a $25,000 gift to the School of Business if the School’s alumni could raise an additional $25,000 in new gifts by December 31, 2010. Over the final five weeks of the year, our alumni answered the […]
Justin McLain, CEO of Endeavor Telecom, made his mark as an entrepreneur, business leader and telecom industry insider. Today, his commitment to the School of Business and our students is leaving an impactful, lasting impression. McLain’s mentor, Howard F. Rudd, Jr., professor of management and dean emeritus, School of Business, explains his character and ongoing contribution […]