Why Brock School of Business
Employers respect a degree from Brock School of Business because of our high standards and our graduates’ ability to apply what they learn. Our AACSB International Accreditation is a mark of excellence recognized worldwide.
Small Class Size
Small class sizes (30) allow for more interaction with professors and other students. Each student receives personal advising through the Academic Programs Office. The relationships you develop and the network you create will serve you well in your career.
Students receive personalized advising sessions every semester with their academic advisor in our centralized Office of Academic Programs. The members of this office are able to provide a specific plan for individual students each semester, and they also facilitate degree planning, course withdrawals and offer referrals to on-campus resources.
Students have the opportunity to receive an elective credit for completing internships throughout their tenure at Brock School of Business through the Academic Internship Program. Students may find their own internship opportunity or apply for those presented to them by the school. Internships are not required in the business school, however, over 92% of our students participate in at least one internship prior to graduation.
Professional Development Course
The Professional Development course provides admitted Brock School of Business students students the opportunity to participate in a variety of co-curricular events that will enhance professional development, develop critical professional skills related to interviewing, networking and communication, and interact with industry professionals to gain important industry knowledge and career skills. The business school hosts over 50 events each semester. Students may start attending events as freshmen, however, students must attend 10 events after declaring a major to receive a pass in the course. Students enroll in this course during their last semester of college.
Our experienced professors are gifted teachers and are actively involved in current research and business practice. Faculty take a personal interest in your education and in your career.
Applied and Practical Learning
Our approach ensures that you graduate with detailed knowledge, increased communication skills, improved presentation skills and a greater ability to work with and lead groups. Through concentration on problem-solving skills, our relevant and contemporary values-based curriculum goes beyond theory to practical application of learning.
Located in 'The Magic City' Birmingham, Alabama
For students who elect the on-campus program, Brock School of Business is located on the beautiful and secure campus of Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama.