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School of Business

Meredith’s School of Business, which includes majors in accounting, business administration, and economics on the undergraduate level and the Meredith MBA on the graduate level, has a long history of preparing graduates for successful careers in the corporate world.




The School of Business at Meredith provides an academically-challenging learning environment, where students develop critical thinking skills in all areas of business, with an emphasis on teamwork, communication, leadership, and ethical decision making.

  • Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
  • Broyhill Business Fellows enhances students' professional development
  • Business Advisory Board provides guidance on academic options and placement of graduates
  • Career Tool Kit helps undergraduate students gain a competitive edge in the job market
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Business at Meredith College

Business at Meredith College Playlist

As a business administration major, you will gain the skills needed for today’s competitive and complex global business environment.

Business at Meredith College Playlist

As a business administration major, you will gain the skills needed for today’s competitive and complex global business environment.

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$1 Million vs. 1¢

Meredith Minute | $1 Million vs. 1¢

Would you rather have $1,000,000 today, or the money that you get from starting with 1 penny and doubling it every day for 30 days? Dr. Mary Jane Lenard, professor of business at Meredith College, considers this question in a minute-long video about the principle of compounding.

Meredith Minute | $1 Million vs. 1¢

Would you rather have $1,000,000 today, or the money that you get from starting with 1 penny and doubling it every day for 30 days? Dr. Mary Jane Lenard, professor of business at Meredith College, considers this question in a minute-long video about the principle of compounding.

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Madison Hamilton

Madison Hamilton

Madison Hamilton, ’21, dreams of someday owning a restaurant or bakery. With a double major in hospitality management and nutrition and a minor in entrepreneurship, she’ll be well prepared to take on that challenge.

Meredith student-business administration major Marie Johnson

Marie Johnson

Hailing from Banjul, Gambia, Broyhill Fellow Marie Johnson, ’20, says Meredith helped align her strengths with her career path.

Meredith student-business administration major Abigail Crooks

Abigail Crooks

At Meredith, Abigail Crooks, '20 was equipped with skills and resources that allowed her to secure a job at Cisco months before graduation.