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Dr. Aubrey Long

Welcome to the School of Business!

At the Bethune-Cookman University School of Business, we offer much more than a traditional business education.

We emphasize the total development of our students for future leadership roles in both business and government. Our students benefit from a broad curriculum with a rich heritage, a faculty that is passionate about teaching and research, meaningful internships that offer hands-on learning and a wide range of leadership development opportunities.

Over the years the School of Business has developed its unique success formula by partnering with our many stakeholders – B-CU alumni, corporate and government leaders, advisory councils and students – to build excellence into our curriculum and special programs. Our students have gone on to successful careers, with many using their B-CU education as the foundation for entering graduate schools across the country.

Our faculty and staff take a personal interest in all our students, and we are committed to providing the resources needed to achieve your academic goals. These resources include two computer labs, a resource lab for tutoring, and a wireless business building that is technologically savvy for Internet-based courses. Scholarships are available based on academic achievement and civic engagement.

I encourage you to take time and go through our website to explore the many opportunities available to B-CU students. We hope that you will take the challenge and enroll in one of the most innovative business education programs in higher education. If you do, you have my personal commitment that we will help you achieve your goals and maintain our focus on leadership, ethics, and outstanding student performance.

Thank you for visiting our website.


Aubrey E. Long, Ph.D.
School of Business

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