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The Andrew F. Brimmer

College of Business and Information Science (CBIS)

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Contact Information

Andrew F. Brimmer College of Business╠řand Information Science

Brimmer Hall
1200 W.╠řMontgomery Rd.
Tuskegee, Alabama 36088

Phone: 334-727-8116
Fax: 334-727-8604
E-mail: ╠řcbis@tuskegee.edu

College Overview and Academic Programs

The mission of the Brimmer College of Business & Information Science is to challenge its ┐█┐█┤ź├Ż with a liberal, technical, and professional education through the facultyÔÇÖs intellectual contributions, innovative research, effective pedagogy, and community engagement. Graduates are expected to be well-informed, ethical, and responsible citizens engaging in lifelong learning and succeeding in a global and diverse society.

The Brimmer College of Business and Information Science (CBIS) is deeply rooted in ┐█┐█┤ź├ŻUniversity's historical mission and emphasis on economic empowerment and business development. As an academic unit at a premier HBCU, our primary role is to educate Black ┐█┐█┤ź├Ż and thus, accelerate black economic mobility. Our curriculum and co-curricular activities seek to ensure that our faculty and ┐█┐█┤ź├Ż (without regard to race or economic status) are prepared to work independently and collaboratively with others to identify, explore, and solve problems, thus make a difference in their organizations and communities as espoused by ┐█┐█┤ź├ŻUniversity founder, Dr. Booker T. Washington and The College of Business and Information Science namesake, Andrew F. Brimmer.

The College offers a Bachelor of Science degree in four majors: Business Administration, Computer Science, Computer Science and Information Systems, and Information Technology. The Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration provides four concentrations: Accounting, Economics and Finance, Management, Sales and Marketing, and Supply Chain Management. Our Business program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB-International), the accrediting body of the premier business programs internationally. The Computer Science program is accredited by The Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET which provides assurance that our program meets the quality standards of the profession for which it prepares graduates. With nearly 600 ┐█┐█┤ź├Ż and faculty, an impressive advisory board, and well-known and respected corporate partners, CBIS offers a career-oriented program that provides our ┐█┐█┤ź├Ż with the technical, professional and leadership skills needed for entry and advancement in an increasingly competitive and technology-driven global marketplace.

Andrew F. Brimmer Hall, the newest building on campus, offers ┐█┐█┤ź├Ż the latest in technological advancements including "smart" classrooms, and state-of-the-art laboratories and research space - all designed to provide the best simulations of real-world business concepts and applications.

Today, corporations are seeking individuals with broad perspectives of the world. At Tuskegee, we know the best way to achieve that perspective is with a liberal arts education. That's why each program of study in the business school includes a core of liberal arts courses designed to expand critical thinking and to enhance our learnersÔÇÖ writing, research, and speaking skills. With a curriculum that emphasizes collaborative learning based on real-world experience, our graduates are poised to succeed.