Going above and beyond is the Wake Forest University way. That commitment made recent graduate Maia Julianne Kennedy feel like more than just a number in business school.
“Our School of Business leaders are probably the most thoughtful and helpful individuals I have met. At many business schools, it would not be common to have one-on-one interactions with your dean besides during admissions and graduation. I am honored to have shared my professional endeavors with [the dean] throughout my college experience,” she said.
This was one of the many reasons Wake Forest University School of Business is a top 10 Undergraduate Business School to Watch in 2021 by Poets & Quants.
What makes Wake Forest so special?
Faculty tout the unique programs and student experience that ensure students are market-ready for careers in their dream industries. P&Q ranked Wake Forest #6 nationwide for enabling students to attain their dream career.
“Our faculty care deeply about our students’ experience – inside and outside the classroom,” said Kenny Herbst, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Business Programs. “Students consistently mention how accessible our faculty is. Our instructors are more than educators inside the walls of our Farrell Hall classrooms. They are mentors and advisors – for life.”