Center for Business and Entrepreneurship
Learn the Art of Business.
Every career field has a business connection, and as a student in the business program, you’ll bring a fundamental understanding of key interdisciplinary concepts that are essential for the success of any organization. This program will help you enhance your knowledge of business practices and decision-making strategies in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors, while providing a practical foundation in economics, marketing, management, statistics, human resources, organizational behavior and innovation.
The Susan Wray Sullivan '51 and Pike H. Sullivan Center for Business and Entrepreneurship offers you courses and hands-on learning opportunities in business, innovation, entrepreneurship and management. It equips you with critical reasoning skills, communication skills and a well-rounded perspective essential to leadership roles in any career field.
The College's local business ties provide students with unique opportunities to network with guest lecturers and participate in business workshops. The Center's advisors, along with the Office of Experiential Learning and Career Services, assist you you with planning out courses, securing local internship placements, and helping you develop your entrepreneurial skills. It's because this personal attention and guidance that you will become acclimated to change, learn about yourself, and leave Wells prepared for your entire career.
To learn more, contact Gehan Shanmuganathan, Assistant Professor of Business, at email@example.com or at 315.364.3239.
Benefiting Your Future; Helping You Develop Business Skills
Personalized Experiences -- multi-disciplinary courses and individualized study in the liberal arts, business, entrepreneurship, and management
Innovation -- you learn how to think creatively, brainstorm effectively, build and test prototypes
Hands-on Learning -- with guidance from advisors -- build local and alumnae/i business connections, obtain career focused internships, and gain business insight at workshops and Entrepreneurship Week