Whether you're a recent graduate or a professional, a master's degree will focus and enhance your business skills and improve your footing on the corporate ladder. Our Ph.D. programs develop thought leaders for teaching and research positions at academic institutions throughout the world.
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Certificates offer convenience and flexibility for working professionals. If you’re interested in exploring a master’s program, teaching at the college level or simply advancing within your organization, a certificate can open the door!
The Raymond J. Harbert College of Business' online programs blend traditional instruction with modern technology to extend educational opportunities beyond campus. Students can improve their educational credentials from their home or work site while also balancing career or family obligations. The programs are fully accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).
Our internationally-ranked graduate executive programs were designed with business professionals in mind and utilize a flexible delivery model that allows busy students to continue their careers while expanding their business acumen. Our three cohort-based programs blend distance learning, on-campus residencies, and domestic and international study trips to provide you with a balanced curriculum, a network of peer professionals and real-world learning experiences
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We will prepare you to compete – and lead – in a global economy. Experiencing new cultures and business practices firsthand through one of our internship, summer or semester abroad opportunities will build your resume and broaden your horizons.
If you’re already a business major, you can declare a business minor by visiting your advisor in 147 Lowder Hall. Non-business majors can also visit 147 Lowder Hall to complete minor declaration paperwork or visit http://aub.ie/NBdeclareminor.
We strive to provide a superior student experience that produces highly sought after graduates. Learn more about our academic departments and how we can help you achieve your goals.
The Office of Academic Advising guides you through your undergraduate academic schedule and helps you understand the University's policies and procedures. Our advisors will help you organize your undergraduate plan of action and provide information on educational options and professional development activities.
Office of Professional & Career Development (OPCD)
In today's economy, you'll need every advantage to land the job and the salary you want. Harbert College of Business's Office of Professional and Career Development (OPCD) helps assess your skills, focus your interests and leverage your capabilities to find the employment you seek.
Legends and Leaders is a semi-annual series of workshops and talks on real-world subjects like networking, social media and multicultural awareness from business mentors and alumni. Keep an eye on the OPCD calendar for the next series!
Business Bash is a semi-annual event providing business students with opportunities to learn about business majors, meet student organizations and network.
Career Fair is a semi-annual event providing students the opportunity to meet with potential employers for internships and jobs.
The College of Business Student Council represents all student organizations in the college. The president and vice president of the Council are elected by the College's student body. A six-member Cabinet is appointed by the president, vice president and members of the previous year's Student Council. Students interested in serving on the Council should watch for application postings after the election of the president and vice president.
You may post job announcements and internship positions, register for career fairs, schedule interviews and search student and alumni resumes through Handshake. When submitting a position announcement, please indicate the timetable for hiring and if you would prefer to interview on-campus, at your facilities, or via phone or video conference.
Contact Network and Media Services (NaMS) to have LanSchool installed on the device
you will be using to teach the class. NaMS is located on the first floor of Lowder
Hall in suite 146. Phone: 844-2963.
Check the System Tray to see if LanSchool is already running. If the LanSchool icon
(circled) is not present, look for "LanSchool Teacher" in the Start Menu to launch
Once the icon appears in the System Tray area, right click on it and click on "LanSchool
Console". You may need to click the little up arrow in the system tray to find the
The LanSchool Console will appear, but no student computers are available yet.
Click on the "Administer" menu, then click on "One to One", then click on "Load Dynamic
A list of classes should appear. The first part designates the year and semester(S=Spring,
M=Summer, F=Fall), the second part is the class course information, and the third
is the section. The part in brackets is an ID number used by LanSchool.
Select the proper class and a list of students should appear. Click "Load" to connect
to the computers being used by those students. IMPORTANT! this will only load computers
the students are currently using. If a student arrives late or has not completely
logged into the Virtual Lab, you will need to repeat these steps to load that student's
Optional: If an error occurred and/or no classes were listed in the previous step,
you may need to manually open the class list. On the "Load Dynamic Class List" screen,
click "Options", make sure "L:\LanSchool" is in the proper field, and then click Ok.
Once a class is loaded, you should see several Windows desktops in the console.
Double clicking on one (or single clicking and then clicking "control") will expand
that desktop and give you control over the student's virtual machine.
Click the "Control" button to release control and return to viewing all of the desktops.
You can also select and control multiple machines, although you will only be able
to see one of the desktops in that mode.