Our Graduate Programs
What Our Program Offers You
Business is a Global Enterprise
You’ll learn from renowned faculty and international colleagues in the classroom, as well as from business leaders and scholars in international locations. Small class sizes ensure you’ll receive concentrated, individualized attention.
Shenandoah offers numerous study-abroad experiences designed to globalize your perspective and expand your knowledge, including short-term winter or spring break trips to Costa Rica
or Tanzania. You may also travel with faculty to study with world-class scholars at universities
in Oxford, England; Audencia, France; Madrid, Spain; and Beijing, China. Courses may range from cross-cultural management to economics to environmental stewardship to organizational leadership.
Professional & Accessible
Halpin-Harrison Hall is designed and built to meet the speciﬁc needs of business education. Classrooms facilitate faculty-student interaction and accommodate the latest teaching technologies and methodologies. Group study rooms support team projects and class presentations.
Advancement in your career is a good investment, and Shenandoah University recognizes the importance of helping students with their educational expenses. To that end, graduate students receive graduate fellowships to reduce the per-credit hour cost. Additional information about grants and student loans is available from the Ofﬁce of Financial Aid at 540-665-4538.
Accredited, Flexible & Convenient
Shenandoah University is accredited by A.A.C.S.B. International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business – a distinction that is achieved by only 4.8 percent of business schools in the world. This means you’ll receive a world-class education from one of a very select group of universities across the globe. With the highest seal of approval, the Byrd School offers a rich curriculum designed for busy, working adults. Graduate programs are ﬂexible, allowing you to study full or part-time; and the program can be completed with evening classes or classes offered on alternate weekends.
Professor of Accounting and Braun Chair in Accounting Charles J. Pineno, Ph.D., retired in August 2013 after a long and accomplished career in business education for more than 40 years. After joining the faculty of Shenandoah University’s Harry F. Byrd, Jr.… Read More
Mary Thomas ’08 set her sights on becoming an accountant in her senior year of high school. She graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with a concentration in accounting from Shenandoah University’s Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of… Read More
Shenandoah University’s Global Citizenship Project (GCP) was conceived 10 years ago when the estate of Dr. Nancy Larrick Crosby, a former trustee and friend of the university, made a generous contribution to Shenandoah to use to further its mission in a meaningful… Read More
Karen Kennedy Schultz ’79, ’86, director of the Center for Public Service & Scholarship at Shenandoah, displays President Obama’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll award, which was presented to Shenandoah for its dedicated service to the community. The Honor Roll is… Read More
As soon as Kamie Hagedorn MacRae ’01 stepped on campus, she fell in love; not just with her future husband and fellow alumni board member, Ryan A. MacRae ’09, but with the entire feel of the campus. “I just fell in love,” said… Read More
Paul Delmerico ‘88, partner and general manager of local SpecialMade Goods & Services, Inc. is a native of Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. Finding his way south to Winchester, Delmerico became involved with Shenandoah first as a graduate student. After graduation, he… Read More