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BIG Annual Report Released

Appalachian State University's Bowden Investment Group (BIG) recently published its 2022-23 annual report, alongside its April 2023 BIG...

Accounting students earn Joseph F. Ryan Memorial Scholarship from Catawba Valley IMA parent chapter

Appalachian State University senior accounting major Jaime Ziegenfuss Whitehead and junior accounting major Will Cook have each earned the&n...

Economics student studies the impact of sea level rise through undergraduate research experience

Matthew Mair, a senior economics and politics science double major at Appalachian State University, will participate in the Resilience and Adaptation ...

App State Accounting Film Festival aims to inspire prospective students to pick accounting as a college major

On April 28, more than 100 students and professors attended a film festival at Appalachian State University that featured original, student-produced s...

Spring 2023 Commencement

Commencement is the ultimate celebration of one of the most significant accomplishments of a student's lifetime, and Appalachian State University will...

Ten earn scholarship from IMA to obtain 'gold standard' expertise

Ten accounting students at Appalachian State University have earned scholarship awards from the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) to...

Pick a Major

Create the academic path that's right for you by choosing one of our majors. With more than 100 faculty in six departments and four research centers, we're home to a breadth of business expertise. Take advantage of Walker College's own academic advising center to stay on track. Learn more at

Add a Minor

The Walker College offers minor courses of study from a variety of business disciplines designed to complement bachelor degrees in business and beyond. A general business minor is open to students from any program except those pursuing a major in the Walker College. Students who wish to delve deeper into one or more functional business areas may select from a variety of business minors. Learn more at

Join a Club

Through co-curricular offerings, including club participation, students in the Walker College of Business are encouraged to participate in regional, national and global competitions as a method of experiential learning. These experiences help students practice their discipline and test their knowledge and ability against peers. The Walker College boasts a long tradition of competing in – and winning – events in every business discipline. Become a member of one (or more) of the two dozen business student clubs or honorary organizations. Learn more

Kick Start Your Career

Get career counseling. Get help with your resumé. Hone your job interview skills. The Business Career Services Center is here to help you land the job. Learn more