VCUbusiness Graduate Studies
301 West Main Street
Richmond, Virginia 23284-4000
Jennifer P. Waldman
Van R. Wood, Ph.D.
Philip Morris Chair in International Business
Professor of International Marketing
Nanda K. Rangan, Ph.D.
Interim Associate Dean, International & Strategic Initiatives
The VCU School of Business ranks in the top five percent of business schools worldwide due to its AACSB International-accredited status. Our dedicated faculty and prime location within one of the top research universities in the nation ensure that students have the support they need to pursue the aspects of business they find most interesting.
The school is a close-knit community within a large urban university. Take a walk around Snead Hall, our state-of-the-art building, and you will find students studying together in the armchairs of the atrium, collaborating on group projects in our fourteen breakout rooms and the da Vinci Center, meeting with faculty in the cafe, and gathering in the student organization meeting room.
Opportunities to gain practical work experience abound thanks to the school's many connections with the local and regional business community. Students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels interact with executives through coursework, internships, and industry-affiliated student organizations. Our Career Services center brings students and employers together through career fairs, networking events, on-site interviews and other career-building activities.
Upon graduation, students are welcomed into the VCU Business Alumni Society, a strong and proud network of more than 25,000 alumni.
We hope you will take time to learn more about the bachelors, masters, post-baccalaureate certificate and doctoral degrees we offer - and that you will see the opportunities waiting for you in the collaborative, experiential learning environment inside the school's headquarters, Snead Hall. Are you ready?
|The VCU School of Business is featured in the 2012 edition of the Princeton Review’s book, “The Best 294 Business Schools.” Schools selected for inclusion in the book were determined to be the country’s best institutions for earning an M.B.A. The Princeton Review reviewed schools’ academic programs and offerings, institutional data provided by the schools and the results of survey input from students.|
Top 100 Undergraduate Business Program
|The VCU School of Business was ranked in the Top 100 of the Best Undergraduate Business Programs by U.S. News and World Report. Rankings list here.|
#51 Part-Time MBA
|The VCU School of Business part-time MBA program was ranked No. 51 in the United States by Bloomberg Businessweek. VCU ranked 7th in the nation for average salary increase and 12th for post-MBA outcomes. Read more here.|
Both the VCU School of Business and our Accounting Programs have earned accreditation by AACSB International. AACSB accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. Being AACSB-accredited means a business school is able to continuously pass a strict set of standards that ensure quality. Less than 5% of the more than 11,000 business schools in the world have earned AACSB accreditation.
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Virginia Commonwealth University was the first business school in the nation to gain accreditation for our undergraduate program in information systems by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc., the recognized accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and technology.