Achieving strategic goals through creative solutions

Prepare for leadership-based careers in all types of industries, from start-ups and small businesses to global enterprises. As the largest undergraduate major in the School of Business, we offer four bachelor’s degree concentrations, flexible MBA options and a highly selective Ph.D. concentration.

Work alongside our award-winning faculty to learn about organizational behavior, human resource management, strategy and entrepreneurship. Our programs give you a creative edge no matter which field you choose.

Our programs

Industry connections

Beta Gamma Sigma: Honor your high academic achievement in the study and practice of business. Contact Charles Byles at cmbyles@vcu.edu for more information.

Society for Human Resource Management: Get involved in this student organization to network with peers and professionals in the field of human resource management.

Virginia Entrepreneurial Challenge: This competition is designed for high school juniors and seniors who dream of one day owning their own business.

Tips on how to make teams creative from VCU Business’ fall scholar-in-residence

Tips on how to make teams creative from VCU Business’ fall scholar-in-residence

Tuesday, October 16

Roni Reiter-Palmon, Ph.D. spoke on “Team Creativity: The Good, the Bad and How to Make it Happen."

VCU School of Business scholar-in-residence to discuss how to make creativity happen

VCU School of Business scholar-in-residence to discuss how to make creativity happen

Tuesday, September 25

Roni Reiter-Palmon, Ph.D., will visit Virginia Commonwealth University on Sept. 28.

Nonprofit CEOs who opt for lower pay lead more effective organizations, VCU research shows

Nonprofit CEOs who opt for lower pay lead more effective organizations, VCU research shows

Tuesday, September 11

CEOs of nonprofits who purposefully earn less than their peers tend to lead organizations with superior performance

View all news »

Quick Facts

Ranked in the top 75 management departments in the world for research productivity in a Texas A&M-U of Florida study

Entrepreneurship students earned second place in 43 North, the nation’s largest business plan competition; won $500,000

Home to the largest undergraduate major in the VCU School of Business