Business at Berry!
RUN a student enterprise, START a
business, CONDUCT research with a professor, PUBLISH an undergraduate
research journal, STUDY abroad for a semester or a year, MANAGE an
investment portfolio, INTERN with an organization, LEAD a business club,
or PRESENT your research at a national conference.
FIRSTHAND opportunities available to you at Berry’s Campbell School of
Business. As a business major at a liberal arts college, you have the
unique opportunity to combine your interest in business with a solid
foundation in the sciences, humanities, social sciences and fine arts.
Why is this important? Today, more than ever, employers are looking to
hire employees who don’t just know business principles and processes but
employees who can THINK on their feet, ANALYZE a situation or problem
from several angles in order to develop solutions, and COMMUNICATE this
information to a variety of audiences.
As a business major
at Berry, you can PREPARE for the career you want. STUDY accounting,
finance, economics, marketing, and management. ENGAGE in the many
FIRSTHAND experiences available. SET yourself apart. BUILD your dream.
Let BERRY guide you.
BUSINESS SCHOOL NEWS
Beta Gamma Sigma will be sending three Berry ladies to represent
us at the Fall 2015 Global Leadership Summit in Orlando Nov. 5-8. They
are Kayli Wilson, Jessica Gross and Ree Palmer.
ECONOMIC EVENT: Junkyard Planet-
Have you ever
stopped to wonder where that can of soda or cardboard box you recycled ends up?
The answer may be that it can be found on the opposite side of the world,
beginning its afterlife in other countries. Junkyard Planet explores the
economics behind the recycling industry around the globe. Adam Minter, the
author of Junkyard Planet, will be on campus at the McAllister
Auditorium on September 16th at 7:30 P.M. to discuss his book. This
event is CE credit approved.
One of the CSOB's newest professors has a publication in the most
recent edition of Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice. Dr. Melissa Clark
is new this fall to our Marketing department. She co-authored the article
titled, "Positive and Negative Social Reactions to Salesperson
Deviance" with Bryan W. Hochstein and Leff Bonney.