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RUN a student enterprise, START a business, CONDUCT research with a professor, PUBLISH an undergraduate research journal, STUDY abroad for a semester or a year, MANAGE an investment portfolio, INTERN with an organization, LEAD a business club, or PRESENT your research at a national conference.

These are FIRSTHAND opportunities available to you at Berry’s Campbell School of Business. As a business major at a liberal arts college, you have the unique opportunity to combine your interest in business with a solid foundation in the sciences, humanities, social sciences and fine arts. Why is this important? Today, more than ever, employers are looking to hire employees who don’t just know business principles and processes but employees who can THINK on their feet, ANALYZE a situation or problem from several angles in order to develop solutions, and COMMUNICATE this information to a variety of audiences. 

As a business major at Berry, you can PREPARE for the career you want. STUDY accounting, finance, economics, marketing, and management. ENGAGE in the many FIRSTHAND experiences available. SET yourself apart. BUILD your dream. Let BERRY guide you.


Dr. Frank Stephenson, Professor of Economics, was recently quoted in the Chicago Tribune. Dr. Stephenson's research on the economic impact of labeling requirements for beer, particularly the impact of such requirements on small breweries, was featured in an article by reporter Steve Chapman.
Click here for the article.

Dr. Ken Johnston, Chair and Associate Professor of Finance, was recently featured as an expert on WalletHub’s article entitled 2016’s Cities that Overspend on Cars. Dr. Johnston offers mindful advice on the four common mistakes car buyers make, leasing versus buying, and how to assess whether a car fits into your budget. The article can be found here.

On April 15th, 2016, the Campbell School of Business happily hosted the 2016 Induction Ceremony for Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honor society that recognizes the “best in business.” Beta signifies Honor, Gamma signifies Wisdom while Sigma signifies Earnestness and the students inducted are CSOB’s prime example for these three concepts.                                                

Undergraduate Inductees:

MBA: Kelly Hill

Seniors: Ivey Herrington and Karina Perez                                        

Juniors: Robert Brown, Brooklyn Culbertson, Lydia West, Davis Wright, and Krista Zalewski                                                        

Graduating Members:

Richard Bettison, Clay Collins, Rhoxie Ellard, Grace Hopkins, Samuel Jones, Ree Palmer, Anna Smith , Morgan Weigle, and Kayli Wilson