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School of Business

Norfolk State University

The mission of the School of Business at Norfolk State University is to produce successful, ethical, competitive and innovative leaders for the global environment through high-quality instruction, research and service.


High School Business Communications Competition

Submissions due Tuesday, March 31
Presentations on Tuesday, April 21
Top Prize:  $5,000 | 10 finalists / 10 prizes / Scholarships + cash
Information and guidelines


 

 

 

About

At Norfolk State's School of Business, we enroll over 900 baccalaureate students in six areas of concentration: Accountancy, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Management, Marketing, and Management Information Systems. We're proud of our programs, and the School has distinguished itself in a number of ways. NSU was one of the nation's first Historically Black Colleges and Universities to have its business school accredited by AACSB-International, the field's premier accrediting body.

Accreditation

AACSB accreditation serves as the hallmark of excellence in business education. We remain the region's only AACSB-accredited business school to offer a concentration in Entrepreneurship, and we are the first HBCU in the nation to have an Entrepreneur-in-Residence Program. Housed in the Ernest M. Hodge Institute for Entrepreneurship, the EIRP enables our students to serve as consultants to prospective entrepreneurs as well as to actual for- and not-for-profit businesses seeking growth opportunities in the Hampton Roads area. In addition to the above programs and concentrations that are accredited by AACSB International, the Business School also administers a Bachelor of Science degree in Tourism and Hospitality.