The Brown School of Business and Leadership, named after Baltimore builder Howard S. Brown, opened on August 15, 2008. Since then, our dedicated faculty members have used our state-of-the-art facilities and technology to enhance their instruction, and they are committed to giving personal attention to their students, both in and out of the classroom.
The School of Business and Leadership houses four departments: Accounting, Economics, and Finance; Business Administration; Information Systems; and Legal Studies. Students may focus in a variety of subfields such as accounting, economics, marketing, finance, management, entrepreneurship, international business, sport management, e-commerce, technology management, software design, network design, computer forensics, and fashion merchandising. Many students take advantage of the BS to MS degree option, beginning their graduate studies during their senior year in forensics or technology management.
To ensure that our programs remain effective, we continue to study current market trends as well as trends that are projected to emerge five to 10 years from now. Given today’s globalized economy, emerging technologies, and rapid pace of change, our students must be prepared for roles, responsibilities, skills, and jobs that are not even yet defined—and we are in a solid position to give students the experience and tools to meet those challenges.
Our programs are also closely aligned with Stevenson’s Career Architecture process, which encourages students to create a successful and rewarding career path. Graduates from our business programs are highly in demand and they are prepared to hit the ground running. We invite you to visit the campus and the Brown School of Business and Leadership, and I look forward to talking with you in person.
Norman A. Endlich, Ph.D.
Dean, Brown School of Business and Leadership; B.S., Towson University; M.S., National-Louis University; Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.