What You Need to Know The College of Business and Economics (CBE) offers more than just textbook theory and technical business skills – though you’ll learn that too. Under the guidance of professors with extensive industry experience, we promote experiential learning and enable you to apply your knowledge to real life, and your current or future career. Degrees & Programs CBE students gain the skills they need to effect positive change personally, locally & abroad. Academic Calendar The academic calendar for the 5-week, 8-week and semester terms. Academic Advising Learn the ways in which CBE Academic Advisors provide support & help students plan for success. Master of Nonprofit Management Students Job bank, professional project & SOFE capstone options, syllabi. Faculty Meet our distinguished faculty, view their professional bios & contact info. CBE Syllabi Access CBE accelerated (8-week) syllabi. For traditional (16-week) syllabi, see faculty. Academic Policies Academic policies specific to the College of Business and Economics programs and courses. Traditional Programs Information on major and minor areas of study for students in the traditional programs. Academic Records and Registration Academic records, grades, transcripts, veterans' benefits, commencement and more. News and Events CBE accolades, news, and events. Experiential Learning Resources for CBE internships, projects, & executive education via the WELL Center.