Business and Public Management Center
50 Sharpless Street
West Chester, PA 19383
Name: Kathy Koval
Position: Assistant Dean, Director of Business and Public Management Programs
Name: Cindy Cheyney
Position: Assistant Dean
Name: Laurie Christie
Position: Administrative Assistant to the Dean
Name: Danah Allen
Position: Communications and Impact Coordinator
Name: Paige Carey
The College of Business and Public Management is continually focused on academic innovation, globalization, sustainability, and community partnerships while being empowering, engaging, and entrepreneurial. View our Summer 2018 Newsletter.
Earn college credits at West Chester University this summer to catch up, get ahead, or reduce your course load for the academic year. At The College of Business and Public Management, our doors are open to all WCU and visiting college students!
Take advantage of our affordable tuition and new, state-of-the-art facilities this summer! Below is a sample of what courses are offered this summer as you can choose from over 50 undergraduate courses, including both on-campus and online options.
AACSB International Accredited - "AACSB provides internationally recognized, specialized accreditation for business and accounting programs at the bachelor's, master's and doctoral level. The AACSB Accreditation Standards challenge post-secondary educators to pursue excellence and continuous improvement throughout their business programs. AACSB Accreditation in known worldwide, as the longest standing, most recognized form of specialized/professional accreditation an institution and its business programs can earn."
Scholarships are critical to the university's ability to attract talented students and ensure access to those with financial need. In fact, nearly two thirds of WCU's students depend on financial aid to help them achieve their educational dreams.
As a result, the university is grateful to generous donors who provide scholarship funds and endowments that make student success possible. Last year, over 400 merit and need-based scholarships created and maintained through private donations generated more than $750,000 of student financial aid.