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B&E freshman class participates in First Year Academy
August 2015

MESSAGE FROM INTERIM DEAN NANCY MCINTYRE

Dean Sartarelli
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WVU’s business school is bustling with new faces, new programs and new opportunities. Combine these with returning undergraduate and graduate students, strong and established programs, and opportunities that have helped B&E mold graduates ready for the global marketplace and you have a vibrant, burgeoning environment.

The 2015-16 year will see the unveiling of the Masters in Forensic and Fraud Examination, an undergraduate area of emphasis in Supply Chain Management, and a Ph.D. area of emphasis in Health Economics. Last week, we welcomed an estimated 2,300 undergraduate students, 400 new freshmen, 70 transfer students and 187 new masters level students.

Our graduates are better prepared than ever before, the result of a unique mixture of in-class academics and advanced experiential learning opportunities. At the center of our efforts are our students, preparing to take prominent places in the world. Join us on this journey and in our commitment to every student, every day.

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