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Wall College of Business

Welcome to the E. Craig Wall Sr. College of Business Administration

The Wall College of Business is a superb training ground for a successful business career!

We offer six majors, eight minors and graduate and accelerated degree programs. Our PGA Golf Management program is one of 18 programs accredited by the Professional Golfers Association of America. We also offer hands-on learning experiences outside of the classroomclubs and organizations that will help mold students into top business professionals; leadership opportunitiesexciting internship possibilitiescareer development; state-of-the-art facilities and software; nationally recognized faculty who are award-winning researchers and leading business professionals in their fields; and more. 

Graduates of the Wall College have embarked on exciting careers with companies such as Amazon, Cisco, Ernst & Young, KPMG, Merrill Lynch, Walt Disney World and more!

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Departments & Programs

The menu below contains links to our undergraduate majors, graduate programs, specializations and more.

Programs & Resources

Click on the boxes below for information on Wall College accelerated degree programs (Degree in Three and More in Four), student resources (advising, internships, services, etc.), contacting the dean's office and alumni.

 
 
 
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