Small School - Students in the School of Business enjoy small class sizes and personal attention from highly qualified, dedicated faculty members who provide early exposure to hands-on experience in a career-related setting.
Big Business - The School of Business maintains relationships with IBM, Mylan Pharmaceuticals, FBI, Depository Trust Clearing Corporation (DTCC) and ManTech as examples.
We believe the depth and diversity of our curriculum, combined with a variety of co-curricular programs, enable our students to be highly employable and market ready upon graduation.
Every month the Information Systems Management (ISM) Program, within the School of Business, conducts a knowledge sharing seminar centered around technology and the businesses it enables. The series is called "Technology @ Lunch." The purpose is to increase awareness, provoke critical thinking, and enhance our understanding of the latest trends in technology.
The Fairmont State Foundation board recently approved a $100,000 gift from the estate of Wendell Hardway to establish a student investment fund that will give students in the School of Business marketable skills they could use long after graduation.
And the gift is one that the school hopes will continue to give year after year.