Enhance Your Leadership, Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, and Business Acumen
The workplace is changing every day and is rich with people that represent unique backgrounds and professional expertise. The NCU experience is no different and offers students and faculty across the globe that represent a variety of disciplines and industry leadership. The School of Business strives to promote learning outside of the classroom and believes in fostering relationships with disciplinary professionals to encourage practical application of knowledge. The student experience is unlike any other and prospective students can expect to engage in multidisciplinary leadership dialogues that will enhance their leadership and practitioner skill set.
Real-World Learning with an Entrepreneurial Approach
The School of Business strives to promote learning outside of the classroom and believes in fostering relationships with disciplinary professionals to encourage practical application of knowledge. To further this belief, and go above and beyond to promote a creative and professional community, the School of Business has created the Community Exchange.
School of Business Community Exchange
Welcome! The School of Business (SB) has created student initiatives meant to encourage learning through community engagement. As you know, learning is by no means confined to your courses. On our School of Business community pages, you can explore, converse and challenge yourself and others without worrying about your grade.
We have outlined these initiatives on this page and hope you take advantage of them as you share your perspectives, and learn from others. These are meant to enrich your educational journey, and while I know how busy you are, I do hope to "see" you along the way.
Communities for students and faculty to connect, learn, share insights, and support each other.
The Center for the Advancement of Virtual Organizations (CAVO) is a hub of relevant, current information and practices aimed at supporting diverse, industry professionals and educators in all aspects of virtual work.