With registration underway, the Belk College reminds students about the policy for adding students to closed classes.
Students will not be added to any closed classes. Do not contact the instructor or the Advising Center to ask for an exception.*
Wei Tsay, an International Business major with a minor in Economics, from Lexington, NC, was selected to speak at UNC Charlotte's recent Commencement ceremony. He is pictured here with Chancellor Phil Dubois.
While a student in the Belk College of Business Tsay was active in a number of student organizations, most notably serving as president of Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE).
Business Leader magazine recently released its list of the top North Carolina small businesses. Two companies have ties to the Belk College of Business:
- Hinrichs Flanagan Financial, an insurance, investment and financial services firm led by Business Advisory Council member Tim Flanagan; and
- Monaghan Group PLLC, a firm that provides custom accounting services...
On October 15, faculty from the Belk College of Business participated in a workshop on participant-centered learning, facilitated by a noted Harvard professor.
Dr. Joseph B. Mazzola has been named dean of The Belk College of Business at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Later this summer, he will join one of the Carolinas' largest business programs, with more than 2,500 undergraduate students, 500 graduate students and 84 full-time faculty members.
Mazzola, a professor at the McDonough School of Business at...
UNC Charlotte is partnering with Bank of America on an innovative new program for the next generation of knowledge workers.
The Bank of America Applied Technology Program is designed to give students the opportunity to work for the bank while pursuing their undergraduate degrees. The 17-month program will provide students studying technology and business the means to gain real world...
Three graduates of the Belk College of Business have been recognized by the Charlotte Business Journal in their annual "40 Under 40" feature, which identifies young professional who are making major strides in their careers and impacting their communities.