School of Business Honors Program

The School of Business Honors Track—An Extraordinary Opportunity for Exceptional Students

The NJCU School of Business and the Honors Program provide endless opportunities for exceptional students. The School of Business Honors Track is designed for the most talented, motivated, and intellectually curious students in the fields of Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, and Marketing.

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As a member of the Business Honors Program, each entering freshman student will receive the following benefits and opportunities:

  • Honors Scholarship – covering full tuition, beginning at $48,000 over four years. The scholarship is renewable for eight semesters as long as the student remains in the Honors Program and is taking 15 or more credits each semester.
  • Experience an academically engaging general education curriculum.
  • Honors cohort-based learning model used to provide a student centered environment to build strong bonds and support groups, teamwork and professional networks.
  • A laptop computer to be used for collaborative learning.
  • Access to business internships, workshops and speakers.
  • Dedicated honors faculty and academic advisors to guide your college studies and coursework.
  • A University supported international study abroad experience to explore other countries and cultures.
  • Access to the School of Business Honors Student Lounge.

Honors scholars enjoy the challenges and rewards of working closely with distinguished faculty in small, interactive courses and on scholarly research projects. Beyond the classroom, Honors scholars engage in a variety of activities that prepare them to become innovative leaders in their chosen profession and global citizens.

Admission to the Business Honors Program is competitive and we will consider applicants with a strong academic background.

Admission to the Business Honors Program is competitive and we will consider applicants with a strong academic background.

Questions about the program? Like to meet with someone? Email us!

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Contact: Leonard Williams, 201-200-3260, lwilliams8@njcu.edu