Opened in 1964, Florida Atlantic University serves more than 28,000 students across seven beautiful campuses in Southern Florida. Among FAU’s 10 colleges is the College of Business, home to nearly 7,000 students, six departments and an impressive offering of interdisciplinary and professional development programs taught by the college’s world-class faculty.
The AACSB-accredited College of Business emphasizes innovation and entrepreneurism through practical instruction, real-life consulting opportunities, interaction with successful executives and research efforts conducted at its four centers.
Named one of the “Best Business Schools” in 2011 by The Princeton Review and one of America’s “Top 50 Business Schools for Entrepreneurs” by Success magazine, the College of Business strives to inspire students, faculty and the regional business community to innovate and make fundamental and positive changes to the way business is conducted.
Fall 2016 Dean's List
The University recognizes superior academic performance at the end of each semester by the publication of a Dean’s List for each college of the University. To be included in this list, an undergraduate student must complete a full-time load (at least 12 credits) with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher and must rank in the upper 10 percent of the students enrolled in the college. The selection of Dean’s List students is based on grades reported on the official grade reporting date for each semester. No changes are made to the list as a result of grade changes and removal of “I” grades. Grades of “NR,” “P,” “S” and “AU” are not used in determining eligibility for the Dean’s List.
Fall 2016 President's List
In recognition of superior academic achievement, the President’s List is published at the end of each semester of the academic year. This list includes the names of all undergraduate students who have completed 12 or more credits and who have attained a grade point average of 4.0. The selection of President’s List students is based on grades reported on the official grade reporting date for each semester. No changes are made to the list as a result of grade changes and removal of “I” grades. Grades of “NR,” “P,” “S” and “AU” are not used in determining eligibility for the President’s List.