In the College of Business and Entrepreneurship, you develop into a strong business professional – with a holistic combination of business knowledge, value-creating skills, professional development and ethics. You’ll have what it takes to stand out with employers and succeed in the business world.


The College of Business and Entrepreneurship seeks to lead in digital engagement, organizational leadership, entrepreneurial practices and partnerships within the global environment.


The College of Business and Entrepreneurship seeks to impart excellence in education that comprises experiential learning with practical skills that embrace entrepreneurial thinking, innovation and creativity, leading to organizational success in a dynamic global environment.

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In the Spotlight

Ranjna Patel – Faculty
Since joining the faculty of what was then Bethune-Cookman in 1976, Dr. Ranjna Patel’s life as a teacher, researcher, and mentor has produced roots that are deep and wide.
Even after more than 45 years, you can still hear her say, without equivocation or hesitancy, “B-CU is the best choice I ever made and teaching is the most rewarding profession for me.”
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Keiara Burke – Current Student
“The last four years have been quite the ride, but I would not have wanted it any other way.” As a senior majoring in finance, Keiara Burke’s Wildcat journey has been exciting and challenging.
Whether it was in the classroom or the summer internship she landed as an analyst with JP Morgan Chase, one of the world’s leading financial institutions, Keiara feels that she has been pushed to become the kind of young professional that she, her family, and B-CU can all be proud of.
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Isaiah Bibbs – Alumni
What better way to sail into your senior year than to have already received a job offer! Bibbs’ relationship with PwC, one of the world’s largest accounting firms, began as a tax associate in San Francisco in 2017.
Biggs arrival at PwC began when he interviewed for its 2015 summer internship program. Through a program called START, PricewaterhouseCoopers brings underrepresented minority students into the company as summer interns.
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