The College of Business and Behavioral Science was formed in 1995, joining the business disciplines of accounting, economics, finance, management, and marketing with political science, psychology, graphic communications, and sociology and anthropology departments.
From the classroom to the community, the College of Business and Behavioral Science develops bold leaders who will positively and responsibly impact society. Through high levels of interaction and collaboration between students, faculty, business and industry, non-profit centers, and civic and governmental agencies, the college nurtures individual development, bolsters entrepreneurial thinking, spurs social and economic prosperity, provides customized professional education, and sparks a lifelong desire for learning.
With more than 25 percent of undergraduate students earning their degree in one of our ten majors, the College of Business and Behavioral Science is the second largest at Clemson University.
With a unique structure that combines traditional social and behavioral science disciplines with applied business disciplines, our college is committed to the development of exceptional talent through programs that are globally competitive, entrepreneurially-focused, and service-minded.