Patrick Henry Statue and Carriger Hall at Emory & Henry College

Choose to Create. Choose to Innovate. Choose to Transform.

Emory & Henry Back to Briefcase Networking Event

Business Leaders of Tomorrow

Tomorrow expects business leaders to be inspirational figures who deliver on performance, understand sustainable development and possess a vision for an uncertain future. That requires confidence, a foundation of creativity and problem solving, and a skillset of technology and tomorrow.

Request Info

Outcomes of a Business Education

Emory & Henry’s programs help learners present a vision for that future with a strong sense of purpose, leadership responsibility, civic engagement and professional confidence. In the age of Digitization, AI and the Internet of Things, it is our graduates’ creativity, innovation and civic responsibility that sets them apart as exceptional.

See All Programs

What sets The School of Business at Emory & Henry College apart:

  • Handcrafted Education with a wide range of elective concentrations

  • 1:1 Career Mentorship
  • Team-skills Development & Peer-to-Peer learning

  • Internships & Real-world Applied Learning

  • International Perspectives and Innovative Curriculum

  • Foundations in Society, Civic Leadership and Sustainability

  • Committed Network of Alumni and Employers

  • 95% Career Placement

Employed or in Graduate School Class of 2022, 6 months after graduation


Student Organizations


State and National Awards


Undergraduate & Graduate Students


of Undergraduate Students Receive Financial Aid

Project YES Business Innovation Center

Emory & Henry College primary institutional logo. Virginia Highlands SBDC YWCA NETN SWVA Project Glade

Project YES will provide a variety of supports for businesses, whether they be in the conceptual stage, already existing or expanding. Project YES will also provide college students with real-world experience as they assist clients with business needs and Project YES will provide college students with opportunities to pursue their own business training and entrepreneurial dreams.

More information about Project YES


All fields marked with asterisk (*) are required.

required text field
required e-mail address field
text field
radio button field
What are you interested in?

Emory & Henry College School of Business

  • LinkedIn Icon
  • Instagram Icon
  • Emmett Tracy

    Emmett P. Tracy

    Dean of the School of Business
    Office: McGlothlin Street Hall, Room 153
    Cell: 917-445-7929

“At Emory & Henry there is an incredible combination of talent, strong liberal-arts tradition and civic engagement. Everyone on campus has a commitment to service. At a time when other business schools are hastening to establish goals of circular economy, ethics and civic values, Emory & Henry had established these values from the onset.”
—Emmett P. Tracy