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Howard University's School of Business has been a model for higher education since its founding in 1970.
Best in class
For the 12th consecutive year, The Princeton Review has ranked the Howard University School of Business #1 in opportunities for minority students
Students and faculty choose the Howard University School of Business because it provides in-depth classroom instruction, real-world experience, expert speakers from a range of backgrounds, access to global industry leaders and a commitment to research and publication.
Barron Harvey Ph.D.
School of Business Dean
Bison persevere on the national stageclose
Seniors Jordan Culpepper, Malik Mbaye, and Howard alumnus Jordan Roper won first place in L'Oreal's Brandstorm Business Case competition. They went on to represent the Americas in the International Finals of the competition in Paris!
When asked about his experience, Culpepper commented, "The most rewarding aspect was seeing how well we could defend our product as seeing how receptive people were to our ideas. Our product was geared towards multicultural men and there were judges and students alike who truly believed in our product. Also, getting to compete on the world stage in Paris was also unbelievable."
Howard School of Business hosts third annual hackathonRead More
HU continues to hackclose
The Howard University School of Business, Department of Information Systems held its 3rd Annual #HUHACKS Hackathon on Friday, March 24, 2017.
The year's theme was "The Smart Life". It centered around allowing people to live and work in an easier, more efficient, and happy way. The Hackathon encouraged participants to develop applications and innovations that automate, alert, organize, encourage, and educate.
Greer Roberts First Howard University Schwarzman Scholarship RecipientRead More
Greer Roberts wins the Schwarzmanclose
Howard University senior and International Business major Greer Roberts (B.B.A. '17) has been selected as a Class of 2018 Schwarzman Scholar. Roberts is the first Howard University student ever chosen for the Schwarzman Scholarship.
Roberts is one of 129 scholars selected from 2,747 candidates as part of the Class of 2018, which represents 30 countries and 75 universities, and is the second class.
Howard Accounting Professor Dr. Little on Credit BureausRead More
Business Professor Shares Expertiseclose
Credit reporting agencies track financial account management information about consumers and businesses and sell this information to lenders and credit scoring companies. Employers, car dealers, property management companies, and a variety of other decision makers across seemingly all walks of life also use credit data to evaluate applicants.
In an article by Wallethub about Credit Reporting Agencies, Howard Accounting Professor Dr. Carroll Little shares his expertise about the agencies.