Howard University School of Business

Transforming the Face of Leadership

A Legacy of Excellence

The Howard University School of Business has more African-American alumni that are employed by Wall Street firms, have become Certified Public Accountants, and are represented at top graduate schools than any other university in the country.

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New Masters Programs!

The Master of Science Degree Programs will equip students with knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in business and advance in careers in Finance and Accounting.

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Celebrating 45 years of Excellence

Howard University School of Business Celebrates 45 Years


The Howard University School of Business celebrated 45 years of Academic Excellence with an Anniversary Awards Dinner on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015 at the JW Marriott Hotel in Washington, D.C. In this celebration, the School of Business honored its outstanding alumni:
  • Brian P. Anderson, Former Baxter CFO
  • Arlene Isaacs-Lowe, Managing Director at Moody's Investors Service
  • Brooke Major-Reid, Managing Director at Morgan Stanley

A model for higher education since 1970


The Howard University School of Business has been a model for higher education since its founding in 1970. With dynamic academic departments, ground breaking centers of excellence, esteemed faculty, award winning programs, and over 8,000 alumni across the globe, the Howard University School of Business continues to be ranked among the top business programs in the nation.

Students and faculty choose the Howard University School of Business because it provides in-depth classroom instruction, real-world experience, expert speakers from a range of backgrounds, access to global industry leaders and a commitment to research and publication.

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21st Century Advantage

The 21st Century Advantage Program is a comprehensive seven part retention model designed to address the factors that are known to impede student success.

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#1 opportunity
for minority students

For the 12th consecutive year, The Princeton Review has ranked the Howard University School of Business #1 in opportunities for minority students

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