Faculty in our Management and Entrepreneurship academic area hold research interests spanning a wide range of subjects within the fields, including organizational behavior, human resource management, international business and strategic management. They hold fellowships in prestigious professional organizations and serve on the editorial boards at top academic journals. Our faculty generate and help shape knowledge, providing insights about the complex issues organizations and businesses face in regard to management and leadership.
Management and entrepreneurship faculty is composed of researchers, as well as experienced practitioners, who frequently receive recognition for their excellence in teaching. The knowledge they bring to the classroom enhances our curriculum, which is filled with both theoretical and practical management knowledge and skills. The Princeton Review ranks our undergraduate entrepreneurship program as No. 30 in the U.S. (2021).
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