At Brock School of Business, the numbers speak for themselves. Brock is rated #1 in the state of Alabama for CPA exam pass rate. They report a ninety-nine percent job placement rate six months after graduation and an impressive ninety-seven percent of undergrads complete and internship program. Established in 1965 and AACSB accredited, the mission of Brock School of Business is to deliver “life-long education to its constituents through quality teaching, meaningful scholarship, and servant relationships, imbued by its Christian commitment.”
The undergrad program at Brock currently offers bachelor’s degrees in Accounting, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Management, and Marketing. Additionally, in 2009 the Brock School of Business pioneered the Brock Scholars program. This specialized program allows high-achieving business students to customize their own curriculum when their career goals are outside of the six undergrad majors offered. In the program, students obtain practical business experience and work directly with faculty to achieve their academic and career goals. Graduate programs available include a Master of Business Administration program that is offered both as an evening program or online to help students expand managerial roles. They also offer a Master of Accountancy program that is designed to help students succeed as accountants or advisors in a global business environment.
Joint degree programs are also offered where students can pursue two degrees at the same time with fewer credit requirements than earning them separately.
Executive Education is a unique program offered through the Brock S.o.B. This program strives to “make a difference in the community and in the lives of the people [they] serve.” Classes can be held at Brock School of Business, your company’s location, or any venue of choice. Some of the topics currently offered are Project Management, Communications, Leadership, Finance and Accounting, Operations Management, and Employment Law.
Current enrollment in the Brock School of Business is over 750 students. Within the School of Business, there are four honor societies that recognize the academic achievement of students in different areas. Beta Alpha Psi recognizes finance students, Beta Gamma Sigma recognizes business students, Mu Kappa Tau recognizes marketing students, and Omicron Delta Epsilon recognizes economic students. To be asked to be a member of any of these honor societies is a huge honor. There are also many student organizations for undergraduates to help them develop their business skills and build relationships. Some of these include the American Marketing Association, Financial Management Association, and Finance and Economics Women (FEW).
The Master of Business Administration can be completed online or in hybrid format through Brock School of Business, allowing students the flexibility to complete the degree on their own time schedule. Concentrations include Entrepreneurship, Finance, and Marketing.