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WMU named a top business school by Princeton Review

The Haworth College of Business was recognized for being accredited at both the undergraduate and graduate levels by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International, as well as having additional specialized AACSB accreditation for its accountancy programs.

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Forget the Balancing Act: Learn to be Flexible

In today's always connected environment both organizations and employees face challenges in adapting to changing expectations for instant communication. "Just as it takes support at home to exist at work, it also takes a supportive organization to exist at home," says Dr. Melissa Intindola, assistant professor of management and award-winning researcher. 

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Finding Their Fit

Today, more and more students are choosing a less traditional route, taking their first steps onto a four-year college campus only after completing programs at community college. Faced with a unique set of challenges, transfer students are looking to develop the skills needed to launch a successful career quickly. How does the college cater to this kind of business student? The answer is BUS 3000.