At the School of Business, our mission is to shape the whole person. We help businesses create a better world through developing passionate, ethical business leaders who get results with integrity, and thought leadership that is visible and positively impacts the practice of business.
As a result of our commitment, the Wake Forest School of Business has consistently placed among the world’s best by major ranking organizations. Our attention to competency and character leads to proven results for graduates, who enjoy the prestige of completing the rigors of our top-ranked programs, and the lifelong advantages of a robust alumni network. Our graduates attain personal success while committing themselves to higher causes. The strong core philosophies of our business programs produce principled leaders who exert influence far beyond campus and the corporate world.
We offer undergraduate and graduate business programs at our campus in Winston-Salem, N.C. and graduate business programs in the evenings and weekends on our Charlotte, N.C. campus located at 200 N. College Street in Uptown Charlotte.
Wake Forest University School of Business hosted a real-time, virtual session with the founder of Lean in Latinas, Anna Dapelo-Garcia on September 21. A group of students gathered in Farrell Hall to participate in the interactive presentation and learn more about the Lean In Latina movement that has...
Members of the WS MBA class of 2018 got together to celebrate the start of the second year of the program. Craft beers and camaraderie were shared at the Fiddlin' Fish Brewing Company in Winston-Salem. (📸Kevin Bender)
Great story about Matt Imboden ('06) who was part of "The Congregation" at Wake Forest basketball games his senior year. He's our executive director of integrated student services now! You can share your quirky Wake Forest traditions here too! http://www.wfu.edu/stories/2017/you-did-what/
The Winston-Salem Evening MBA team takes first prize and $15,000 in the student case competition finals at the Inmar Analytics Forum today. The Charlotte Evening MBA team takes second and a prize of $10,000. The teams were challenged to offer ideas about empowering shoppers to lead healthier lives. Our MSBA program also participated, with a business analytics student embedded on each of the five teams that competed.