Wake Forest’s Sean Hannah and a team of researchers have found measuring activity in the prefrontal cortex of the brain can help assess that person’s potential for leadership — which could have a big impact on how future leaders are tested and trained.
Schools of Business
April 12th, 2013 | Schools of Business
Students enrolled in Wake Forest’s Master of Accountancy (MSA) program find themselves in a prime spot to be vital resources to American taxpayers and businesses as millions of Americans line up hoping for a tax-refund from Uncle Sam.
Bloomberg Businessweek ranked Wake Forest’s undergraduate business program No. 1 in the nation for academic quality and among the top 20 programs overall for the fifth consecutive year. “The Best Undergraduate Business Schools” ranking report was released on March 20.
March 6th, 2013 | Schools of Business
For many, the eight-hour workday is a marker of landing your first “real” job, but MA in Management students at the Schools of Business will be getting a taste of 9-to-5 ahead of schedule. Beginning next year, they will be required to be on campus and dressed in business casual attire from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., whether they’re in class, doing group work or participating in a campus activity.
The Wake Forest Schools of Business Master of Science in Accountancy (MSA) program continues to boast a 100 percent job placement rate and attract candidates from across the country and around the world.
In the quest to build a better mousetrap, the usual approach would include schematics, engineering and experimentation – generally following the scientific method. But if you put on your “design thinking” cap, you might ponder these questions: What attracts mice? Is catching them the solution?
Students in the Master of Science in Accountancy program at the Schools of Business achieved the top pass rate in the nation on the Certified Public Accountant exam for the 10th time since 1997, more than any other university during the same time period.
With great sadness and appreciation, Wake Forest acknowledges the passing of two giants in the University’s history: Weston Hatfield (’41) and Michael Farrell (P ’10). While these extraordinary leaders from different backgrounds and different eras may not have met, they shared a love for Wake Forest. Through their gifts and talents, each leaves an important and long-lasting legacy.
This past summer Amy DeSalvo enrolled in ACC 221. What made this accounting class different than a regular semester-long class was the chance to study abroad and fulfill a degree requirement in one summer term.
The Schools of Business won the Connected Campus Award at the AMX Innovation Awards ceremony. The awards recognize innovative higher education institutions and best practices of the use of technology. AMX will provide school with $50,000 worth of new technology.