Business Fellows Program
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.
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 (B.S. in Accounting + M.S. in Accounting) and Business Analytics (B.S.B.A. + M.S. in Business Analytics). In four years, earn both a B.S. or B.S.B.A. and an M.S. degree.
International Business Dual Degree
The International Business Dual Degree is designed for students who want a truly global education and have strong interests in living, working and studying business for two years at Elon and at one of our four partner schools. The four-year program offers you the opportunity to study international business in two cultures, giving you a competitive edge in the global marketplace. 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
To establish a more inclusive and supportive environment in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business (LSB), the Underrepresented Business Student Alliance Network (UBSAN) will strive to support Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) students, faculty and staff. UBSAN will actively transform the diverse and underrepresented talent in the LSB through mentorships, workshops, panels, and connections with diversity recruitment organizations.
PRME: Principles for Responsible Management Education
In its commitment to teaching ethical values, the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business has adopted the Principles for Responsible Management Education. The PRME provides a framework for business schools and universities worldwide to adapt teaching and research methodologies to the new challenges and opportunities facing business in the 21st century. As a signatory school, Elon joins an international group of institutions in the commitment to encourage social responsibility in the creation of a sustainable global economy.