Perdue School of Business
Perdue Hall

Philosophic Commitments and Objectives

Consistent with the University mission and the convictions of its faculty, the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business objectives reflect a dedication to students' maximum intellectual growth, active involvement in applied and practical research, and a commitment to community service.

Intellectual Growth

The primary objective of the school is to provide each of its students with an academic environment that fosters the development of a broad intellectual foundation. This foundation is the basis for effective service in professional positions and enables students to assume higher levels of responsibility as they gain experience and demonstrate ability.

The faculty believe this objective is met by the development and maintenance of quality curricula, by effective teaching and by conscientious student advising.

Students must demonstrate competency in essential business business knowledge and skills by achieving the school learning objectives.

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Research

The school is committed to stimulating the intellectual growth of its faculty and the broader academic and business community. The faculty actively pursue applied and practical research that expands their knowledge of business and economic activities as well as more theoretical research.

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