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Brown School of Business and Leadership

Fostering tomorrow’s business and technology leaders.

Given today’s globalized economy, emerging technologies, and rapid pace of change, students must prepare for roles, responsibilities, skills, and jobs that are not even yet defined. The Brown School of Business and Leadership gives you the knowledge, experience, and tools to meet those challenges.

Overview

The Brown School of Business and Leadership, named after Baltimore builder Howard S. Brown, opened on Aug. 15, 2008. The School houses four departments: Accounting; 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 B.S. to M.S. degree option, beginning their graduate studies during their senior year in Forensics or Technology Management.

Meet the Dean

"Today’s world of business requires entrepreneurial spirit, leadership skills, and tech savvy. Our students are given the opportunity inside the classroom and out to develop the traits needed for career success."
Aris Melissaratos
Interim Dean, School of Business and Leadership
Meet Interim Dean Melissaratos

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Undergraduate Admissions
Owings Mills Campus
Garrison Hall, Second Floor
1-877-468-6852
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Study Abroad
+ Career
Prepare for careers in the new global marketplace.

Stevenson offers faculty-led study abroad experiences—such as the European Marketing Study Tour and South Africa Criminal Justice trip—to broaden your global understanding and intercultural knowledge.

Study Abroad