School of Business

Wake Forest business professor Pat Sweeney teaches his leadership class in Farrell Hall

Developing Passionate, Ethical Business Leaders

We educate and prepare students to become the employees who can help businesses create a better world. Wake Forest University’s School of Business develops passionate, ethical business leaders, who get results with integrity.

Farrell Hall is home to the School of Business, including our undergraduate business program. We offer majors in Business and Enterprise Management, Accounting, Mathematical Business, and Finance. Farrell is the academic hub for roughly 20% of all juniors and seniors.

The School of Business is known for being ahead of the curve in all it offers. Faculty predict market needs and adjust their curriculum accordingly. Wake Forest also connects students with business and government leaders from around the world.

The School of Business hosts the Broyhill Executive Lecture Series called “Leading Out Loud”. Guest speakers deliver lectures, but many also join students on campus for informal talks.

Did You Know?  

The Undergraduate Business programs are ranked 13th nationally. (Poets and Quants, 2021)

99% of students from the School of Business (located in Farrell Hall, pictured here) reach their first destination (employment, graduate school, or research) within six months after graduation.
Wake Forest business professor Amy Wallis takes her class in ethics and business leadership outside Farrell Hall.
Year after year, the School of Business’ undergraduate program is consistently ranked among the very best in the world.
The School of Business offers results-driven, team-based projects that amplify concepts learned in the classroom.
Students celebrate Chinese New Year in the School of Business.
Speaker series and networking opportunities connect you with innovators and thought leaders.

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