The mission of the Division of Business is to educate students to become reflective, principled, knowledgeable, and creative learners who will succeed in the global business community in the 21st century.
Broad Based Student Learning Goals:
• Students will demonstrate ethical reasoning skills.
• Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills and effective communication skills as individuals and in teams.
• Students will apply technology and knowledge in specific business content areas and complex business situations.
Student Learning Outcomes Bachelor’s: Student Learning Assessment for: B.A. with Majors in Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Healthcare Management, Management, Marketing and Sport Management.
1. Students will distinguish the principal concepts, theories, and practices in business ethics.
2. Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills.
3. Students will communicate effectively in oral, interpersonal, and written formats.
4. Students will use technology to aid in decision-making.
5. Students will recognize core concepts and theories in the principal functional areas of business.
Our undergraduate business majors are accredited by the IACBE. Learn More.
Grinspoon Entrepreneurship Initiatives
The Harold Grinspoon Charitable Foundation (HGCF) supports the Entrepreneurship Initiative (EI) to foster entrepreneurship education among participating colleges and universities in the region.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program
Students perform internships and provide community service as they help prepare taxes for low-income members of the community.
Junior Achievement’s purpose is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. Elms business students learn valuable skills interning with the organization.
The Elms Experience
Elms Innovation Challenge
The Elms Innovation Challenge is a 72-hour workshop sponsored by the Division of Business. Students from all majors collaborate to develop solutions to pervasive social problems.Read MoreNext
Meet Our Faculty
Professor Amanda Garcia, MSA, CPA, teaches accounting classes at the undergraduate and graduate levels. She also leads the annual Elms Innovation Challenge, which introduces students from all majors to interdisciplinary problem solving.PreviousNext
Damien Bradley ’02
After graduating from Elms, Damien earned his CPA certification and now works on Boylston Street in Boston as the director of accounting and finance for Blue Moon Capital Partners.Read Damien’s story.Previous
- Elms Innovation Challenge
- Meet Our Faculty
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