Elon’s Business Fellows program blends classroom learning and real-world experience to prepare emerging business professionals to take on the leadership challenges in their professions, their organizations and their communities.
Innovation Scholars is a selective program that prepares students to think critically, develop curiosity and resiliency, and find their creative or entrepreneurial passions.
Honor Roll for Social Responsibility
The Martha and Spencer Love School of Business strives to create responsible business professionals who understand how business success is linked to both financial and socially responsible performance. In order to help further develop our students’ awareness of and appreciation for the social responsibilities of business professionals, the dean of the Love School of Business created the LSB Honor Roll for Social Responsibility.
Accelerated 3+1 Dual Degree
The Martha and Spencer Love School of Business offers accelerated 3+1 business dual-degree programs in Accounting (A.B., B.A., B.F.A. or B.S. + M.S. in Accounting) and Business Analytics (B.S.B.A. + M.S. in Business Analytics). In four years, earn both a bachelor’s degree and an M.S. degree.
International Business Dual Degree
The International Business Dual-Degree program is designed for students who want a truly global education and have strong interests in living, working and studying business abroad for two years at one of our partner schools. Elon students spend their first two years on Elon’s campus and their last two years at a partner school in Germany, France, Italy or Spain.
Underrepresented Business Student Alliance Network
The Underrepresented Business Student Alliance Network (UBSAN) supports students who identify as Black/African-American, Hispanic/Latinx, American Indian/Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander, Asian, two/more races, individuals with disabilities, LGBTQIA+, low-income, or first generation with their academic and career aspirations. UBSAN strives to help current and future underrepresented students have a more integrated and supportive experience in the Love School of Business (LSB) and hosts events throughout the year to build a social, academic and professional support network for students.
PRME: Principles for Responsible Management Education
The Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) is a United Nations-supported initiative to equip today’s business students with the understanding and ability to deliver change tomorrow. As a signatory school, Elon joins an international group of institutions in the commitment to provide future leaders with the skills needed to balance economic and sustainability goals.
Lessons From Leaders
The Lessons from Leaders series features senior executives who discuss their leadership and strategic management experiences, and share career insights and advice with our senior business students. Executives work with an Elon business faculty member in advance of their talk to curate a homework assignment (a business case or articles) to help students prepare for the discussion.
For more information on Lessons from Leaders, please contact Dean Tadepalli at email@example.com.
Oak Originals at the Marketplace
The initiative from the Doherty Center for Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship empowers student creatives to develop micro-businesses and engage in entrepreneurship through pop-up shops, product placement, networking, workshops and mentorship.
The Black Entrepreneur Initiative (BEI) at Elon serves as a network for Elon’s Black entrepreneurs and creatives. Through Black student leadership, students interested in innovation and entrepreneurship can take part in networking events, speaker series, mentorship and venture capital opportunities.
University Innovation Fellows
The University Innovation Fellows (UIF) program, run by Stanford University’s Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (d.school), empowers students to become agents of change on their campuses and around the world. At Elon, the Fellows become deeply familiar with the design thinking process as well as the innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem on campus, working closely with faculty, administrators and community stakeholders.