SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
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.
Meredith College is accredited by AACSB International. Less than 5% of business programs worldwide are AACSB-accredited.
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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
School of Business Videos
Meredith Minute - Inside Multi-Level Marketing
Have you ever invested in a Multi-Level Marketing business, selling products like jewelry, clothing or candles, and then not gotten the results you’d hoped for? In this episode of The Meredith Minute, Associate Professor of Marketing & Law Jeff Langenderfer explains why fewer than one half of one percent of investors make a profit in multi-level marketing.
Strong Story | Logan Alphin
Business administration major Logan Alphin, ’19, is thriving in her career thanks to hands-on experiences as well as strategic and critical thinking skills she gained through Meredith’s School of Business.
Graphic design major Bailey Birtchet, ’21, received a Fulbright award after building a strong academic and professional record through internships and undergraduate research.
Business administration major and honors student Tasia Bromell, ’21, studied abroad and held leadership roles both on campus and during her HR internship. She continued her education at Meredith as an accelerated MBA student.
Jerry Neely, ’19, made the most of his MBA experience by connecting with faculty and other Meredith students, and by accepting invitations to engage with the program.