The mission of the East Carolina University College of Business is to be a highly respected regional business school. The mission is achieved by:
- Preparing undergraduate and graduate students for careers in business
- Expanding knowledge of business disciplines through theoretical and applied research, and
- Serving practitioners with training and applied research.
- The COB will provide a high quality, flexible business education distinguished by high value and high student contact that prepares students for careers in the 21st century.
- The COB will excel at educating graduate and undergraduate students to assume positions of leadership in their profession and community.
- The COB will engage in economic outreach, development, and education for eastern North Carolina.
- The COB will encourage and support faculty making intellectual contributions in the form of academic, applied, and pedagogical scholarship.
- ECU is one of 15 accredited business schools in NC
- ECU Undergraduate Programs accredited in 1967
- ECU Graduate Programs accredited in 1976
- Of more than 1300 Graduate Business Programs nationwide, only 454
are accredited by AACSB.
- Received 5-year AACSB Re-accreditation in 2010
- 138 top MBA programs part of GMAC (GMAC owns GMAT)
- ECU is 1 of 4 GMAC Members (Out of 23 NC business schools - Others are UNC-CH, Duke, WFU)
85% Full-time 15% Part-time
||Management Information Systems
||Marketing and Supply Chain Management
69% On Campus 14% Online 17% Campus & Online
62% Male 38% Female
3.08 Declared Business Majors Average GPA
33% Full-time 67% Part-time
10% On Campus 69% Online 21% Campus & Online
58% Male 42% Female
536 - Admitted Spring 2013 Average GMAT Score
3.16 - Admitted Spring 2013 Average Undergraduate GPA