The College of Business Administration (CBA) helps students get ready to make a difference through rigorous coursework and developmental opportunities that range from classroom consulting projects, internships, and professional networking, to leadership and business communication training.

What's Happening at the CBA

Beta Gamma Sigma Recognized as Highest Honors Chapter

Beta Gamma Sigma Recognized as Highest Honors Chapter

Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) has announced the collegiate chapter honor roll results from the 2016-2017 Chapter-in-Review program. Of the 443 chapters that completed a survey this year, 145 chapters earned Honors status, 104 earned High Honors status, and 60 chapters earned Highest Honors status. The CBA’s BGS chapter earned Highest Honors status.

A Third Grant Awarded to new Risk Management and Insurance Program

A Third Grant Awarded to new Risk Management and Insurance Program

In just a matter of months, the Finance Department within the College of Business Administration has received three grants to support its new Risk Management and Insurance Program. The most recent funding, a $4,000 grant from the Spencer Education Foundation, Inc., will support a “Risk Manager in Residence” program and provide funds for the new Gamma Beta Chapter of Gamma Iota Sigma, the International Fraternity for Risk Management, Insurance, and Actuarial Science Students. “Receiving funds through the Spencer Education Foundation grant provides a great opportunity for the new Risk Management and Insurance program in the College of Business Administration,” stated Dr. Jill Bisco, Assistant Professor of Finance (pictured).

“We Had this Crazy Idea...and the CBA Allowed It"

“We Had this Crazy Idea...and the CBA Allowed It

Read about Junior Drew Dawson, Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) major and Director of Sales for Zips for Haiti Coffee.

CBA Opportunities Impress: “I was blown away”

CBA Opportunities Impress: “I was blown away”

In a Q&A with Shelby Amatangelo, she explained why she chose the CBA: “There was only one school with a business school that made me feel like I would no doubt be prepared for life after college. Akron had more business school organizations, internship opportunities, and community connections than any other school I talked to. I was blown away by what the CBA had managed to do for the students, and I wanted to have that same opportunity.”

Support Keeps Coming for New Risk Management and Insurance Program

Support Keeps Coming for New Risk Management and Insurance Program

The College of Business Administration (CBA) has received a second grant to support the new Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) program. The Griffith Insurance Education Foundation has awarded the CBA $22,500, which will be used for course development and materials to enhance coursework. The grant monies come from the Robert P. Ashlock Memorial Fund, which was established in memory of the former president and CEO of Assurex Global, an exclusive partnership of the world’s premier independent insurance agents and brokers.

Upcoming Events

View Full Calendar


News

Follow Us

Facebook LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Give to the CBA