About the Perdue School
Our History, Mission and Student Behavior Policy
Find out our history and core mission and read Frank Perdue’s Ethical Will, which serves as our Student Behavior Policy, to discover more.
Meet the Dean
Learn more about Perdue School Dean Christy Weer.
Open to SU students and community members, the Ratcliffe Shore Hatchery entrepreneurship competition distributes $200,000 annually to business startups with a goal of having them open within six months and potentially employing three or more within a year.
Executive Advisory Council
Find out about our Executive Advisory Council, whose members help us guide our strategic planning.
Career Advisory Board
The Career Advisory Board is a group of young professionals who work with the Executive Advisory Council to enhance student learning.
Business Leadership Award
The Perdue Business Leadership Award honors a business leader who has demonstrated exceptional leadership, advancement of or service to the Perdue School.
Business in the Atrium
The Business in the Atrium program welcomes employers to Perdue Hall 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday to network with our students on an informal basis.
Perdue faculty are active members of the SU community through participation in various campus committees. Learn more about the committees and policies.
- Student Code of Professionalism
- Philosophic Commitments and Objectives
- Intellectual Growth
- Career Outcomes
- Professional Development (BUAD 300)
- ABLE Internship
- Entrepreneurship Competitions
- Beta Gamma Sigma
- Student Organizations
- Student Business Leaders
- Global Programs
The Perdue School serves the interests of the broad community through management development programs, consulting activities, publication of studies vital to the economic growth of the area and professional participation in volunteer organizations. Learn more about our two outreach organizations as well as well as our Museum of Business and Entrepreneurship.