Howard University's School of Business has been a model for higher education since its founding in 1970.
With dynamic academic departments, groundbreaking centers of excellence, esteemed faculty, award-winning programs, and over 8,000 alumni across the globe, the Howard University School of Business continues to be ranked among the top business programs in the nation.
Students and faculty choose the Howard University School of Business because it provides in-depth classroom instruction, real-world experience, expert speakers from a range of backgrounds, access to global industry leaders and a commitment to research and publication.
The Department of Accounting at Howard University has graduated more African American Certified Public Accountants than any other college or university.
The Department of Finance, Insurance and International Business, the largest department in the School of Business, offers courses in three majors (Finance, International Business, and Insurance).
The Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Department supports the core Business Administration curriculum and offers two-degree programs at the Undergraduate and Graduate level (Computer Information Systems and Supply Chain Management).
Management majors will be immersed in a curriculum focused on developing leadership, decision making, human resource management, and entrepreneurial skills.
The Department of Marketing offers a curriculum designed to prepare its undergraduate students for entry-level positions in marketing and its graduate students for mid- and upper-level positions in the management of the marketing function in an organization.
- Center for Career Excellence
- Center for Accounting Education
- Center of Excellence In Supply Chain Management
- Center for Financial Services
- Center for Global Business Studies
- Center for Insurance Education
- Center for Cybersecurity Education & Research
Best in class
For the 12th consecutive year, The Princeton Review has ranked the Howard University School of Business #1 in opportunities for minority students