Build, lead, thrive.
In the University of Lynchburg College of Business, you learn how businesses, economies, and people work. We help you discover the meaning behind the numbers. Our programs integrate theory and practice, helping you develop practical skills for effective and ethical management and decision making.
Our graduates work on Wall Street, run international companies, start their own businesses, and climb corporate ladders. You can join them.
Leadership Excellence Magazine has named the College of Business’s Leadership Development Institute #2 in the nation for degree programs with an emphasis on leadership development.
CEO Magazine has named the University of Lynchburg Master of Business Administration program as a tier-one MBA program in North America. The MBA also ranks nationally among MBA programs available online.
When Janae Edwards ’23 heard that Daymond John, star of the Emmy Award-winning TV show “Shark Tank” was coming to speak at the University of Lynchburg, she was one of the first people to pick up her free ticket from the College of Business. “I’m a huge fan of his,” Edwards, a transfer student and political science major from Baltimore, said. “He has been an inspiration to me for many years, as a businessman, a “Shark,” and as a person.”
Daymond John, a renowned entrepreneur and star of “Shark Tank,” will share his perspective on life and business in a talk at the University of Lynchburg at 7 p.m. Thursday, November 21, in Turner Gymnasium.
Families in the Lynchburg area can learn about budgeting, investing, debt, and other topics in a series of free personal finance workshops from the University of Lynchburg College of Business. Business professors will teach six workshops in October and November. Although primarily created for parents of Lynchburg City Schools students, anyone is welcome. Each session […]
Trammel Robinson ’20, a business administration major from Memphis, did such a bang-up job on his internship this summer that the company’s managing director wrote officials at the University of Lynchburg to tell them about it.
Rebecca Taylor called her professors “super gifted” and said they “go above and beyond to help students.” As she graduates, she said she will miss the routine of having class every day and the opportunity to take random classes to explore new ideas, but she looks forward to cultivating the interests shes developed at Lynchburg.
If you’d like to spend less time in the doctor’s waiting room, three Lynchburg students and their marketing professor are on your side. And you may want to cheer for them in a statewide innovation competition this week. Niko Louvros ’21, from Manassas Park, Virginia; Claudia Lopez Perez ’22, from Madrid, Spain; and Stephanie Quaranto […]
Dylan Schumacher ’20 wants to be the U.S. Army’s “Best Warrior.” In March, the business administration major and sergeant first class in the U.S. Army Reserve was named “Noncommissioned Officer of the Year” at a brigade-level competition held at Fort Knox, Kentucky.
Craig Close ’19, an economics major and Westover Honors student from Fredericksburg, Virginia, shared research from his senior thesis at the 45th Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association, held February 28 through March 2 in New York City.
Four University of Lynchburg students took second place in the 2018 Federal Reserve Challenge, a competition focused on monetary policy at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Thanks to their academic preparation and involvement in the Student-managed Investment Fund, the Lynchburg students thrived in the competition and bested larger teams from much larger schools, including […]
University of Lynchburg student D’Andria Alston-Thomas ’19 decided to pursue a new adventure for her senior year. During the fall semester, she is studying at Fachhochschule Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences in Austria. It’s one of Lynchburg’s several partner universities around the world. Alston-Thomas is studying abroad to complete her bachelor’s degree in business administration […]
There’s a new face on the third floor of Schewel Hall: Dr. Nancy Hubbard, dean of the College of Business. Dr. Hubbard came to Lynchburg from Goucher College, in Towson, Maryland, where she was director of the Center for Education, Business and Professional Studies. She had been at Goucher, in various capacities, since 2012.
Dr. Gerald Prante, assistant professor of economics at Lynchburg College, was recently named to Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s Joint Advisory Board of Economists. On the board, he joins economists from the fields of higher education, banking, and other industries.
Learn by Doing
Test-drive a job while you choose your career.
The Student-Managed Investment Fund gives you hands-on experience trading real stocks. Even get Bloomberg Certified.
Study at one of our partner universities to experience life and business abroad.
Master of Business Administration
Advance your career or pursue a new path in business leadership. Available online or on campus.
Use numbers, measures, and controls to help businesses thrive.
A broad view prepares you to lead a business toward its goals.
Uncover trends in the economy that business leaders and policy makers can use to improve the world.
Leadership Studies Minor
Pair your major emphasis with leadership principles and ethics that will help you in any career you choose.
Learn to coordinate plans, business processes, and talent to succeed in business.
Share your big ideas with the world.