The primary mission of the Brimmer College of Business & Information Science, as a career-oriented department, is to provide its students a challenging opportunity for a liberal, technical, and professional education. Our graduates are expected to be well-informed and responsible individuals capable of succeeding in both private and public sectors, with the desire to engage in lifelong learning.
The Brimmer College of Business and Information Science is deeply rooted in Tuskegee University's historical mission and emphasis on economic empowerment and business development. With nearly 600 students and faculty, the college offers a career-oriented program that provides its students with the technical, professional and leadership skills needed for entry and advancement in an increasingly competitive and technology-driven global marketplace.
The College offers a Bachelors of Science degree in nine majors: Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Supply Chain Management, Sales & Marketing, Hospitality Management, Computer Science and Computer Information Systems. The business programs are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB-International), the accrediting body of the premier business programs internationally.
Andrew F. Brimmer Hall, the newest building on campus, offers students the latest in technological advancements including "smart" classrooms, and state-of-the-art laboratories and research space - all designed to provide the best simulations of real-world business concepts and applications.
Today, corporations are seeking individuals with broad perspectives of the world. At Tuskegee, we know the best way to achieve that perspective is with a liberal arts education. That's why each program of study in the business school includes a core of liberal arts courses designed to expand your thinking and to enhance your writing and speaking skills.
The Department of Computer Sciences provides quality instruction in Computer and Information Sciences. The Department educates students in the necessary computer theory and skills, so they are adequately prepared for careers in industry, government and academia. Department faculty, working collaboratively with students, strive to discover refine and discover new knowledge in computer and information science for the continued growth and enrichment of the university and society.
For additional information please contact Dr. Hira Narang (Department Head) at (334) 727-8021 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accounting, Economics and Finance
The Accounting, Economics and Finance Department prepares students to master modern accounting, economic and finance theory. Upon graduation students are able to apply economic and financial analysis to contemporary issues. Course study also includes communication skills, information technology skills, and analytical skills. Internship and co-op experiences are offered to enhance students' real world experience. Upon graduation students are ready for graduate studies, or positions in governmental agencies, or businesses as economic and financial analysts.
For additional information please contact Dr. Jingyo Suh (Department Head) at (334) 727-8803 or by e-mail email@example.com.
The Management Department prepares students for successful careers in Business Management, Supply Chain Management, Hospitality Management, and Sales and Marketing. Specific education in each major contains both theoretical and application components to enhance student competitiveness in the job market. Many of our students are recruited by Fortune 500 companies. Course study includes communication skills, information technology skills, and analytical skills. Internship and co-op experiences are offered to enhance students' real-world experience. Department faculty have first-hand business experience, making their classroom work more relevant to the needs of our students.
For additional information please contact Dr. Faye Hall Jackson (Department Head) at (334) 727-8775 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.