Develop the Next Generation of Virtuous Business Leaders
This Founders’ Day, the Business Department is fundraising for scholarships and faculty development.
Business at the Abbey is about merited financial success and much more. In addition to imparting key skills and knowledge, the Business faculty is committed to modeling and encouraging the further development of honesty, integrity, and virtue in our students who will become future leaders in business.
When you make a gift to the Business program today, your gift will provide the necessary support to:
- Fund student scholarships. We have so many students seeking a quality education in business and finance and they need a helping hand to get started. Be the difference in a young business leaders life.
- Send students to business conferences. Once a young person gets exposed to the different facets of business they need to go out and network with professionals. We want to provide many more networking opportunities for our students.
- Send faculty to discipline-specific conference such as the ACM-SIGCSE conference for Computer Science professors.
Make a gift today to one of the Business Programs by using the secure form below!
When you make a gift to the Sport Management program today, your support will enhance our technology, support internships, and provide resources for our Sports Management Club.
Make a gift today to the Sports Management program by using the secure form below!
Make a Gift to one of the Business Programs Today!
And, as a special thank you during the Founders’ Day Challenge, each donation of $5 or more will get a special Belmont Abbey Gift!
After taking an Intro to Micro class with Dr. Scott my freshmen year, I became fascinated with Economics. The Abbey’s Economics program is unique since it offers a well-rounded education that addresses both theoretical and empirical approaches to understanding human action in relation to incentives (including but not limited to money!).
The Business Program at the Abbey has an exceptional slew of resources available in the professors. The professors in this department are passionate in what they teach and excited to help students who ask for it.
Jillian Culbertson ‘21
In the economics program I have learned how to think and communicate in a clear, logical way supported via citing evidence, proofs, rhetoric, and visual presentations. And so learning economics taught me the skills and methods necessary to be a leader in the world.