Our Business degree and certificate programs blend classroom and hands-on learning to help you build the skills you’ll need to make your mark in a field that’s both competitive and rewarding.

Depending on your goals and interests, you can choose to study accounting, bookkeeping, prepare to work as a payroll clerk, or venture into business administration, where you’ll have an opportunity to help lead an organization. Look through the options and see which one best lines up with the future you’re looking for.

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Degrees

Accounting

2+2 Options
Your knack for numbers can pay off in the form of a rewarding career.
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Business Administration & Leadership

Gain the strategic skills to solve problems as you chart a course for success.
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Certificates

Bookkeeper I

Learn to work with the financial statements that lead to key business decisions.
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Bookkeeper II

Take the next step in your development as you prepare to launch your career.
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General Bookkeeping

Build the skills that’ll help you add value to any organization.
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Payroll Clerk

Learn basic accounting principles and apply them to payroll applications.
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Dr. Carrie White
Dean of Faculty
740.699.3808
cwhite@belmontcollege.edu 

Faculty Spotlight

Dr. Carrie White

“Create your future.”

Dr. Carrie White joined Belmont College as the Dean of Faculty in the spring of 2024. Having over 20 years of experience as a professor of business and entrepreneurship, Dr. White’s motto has always been to “Create your Future”.

Prior to joining Belmont College, Dr. White was the Executive Director of the WVU Morris L. Hayhurst LaunchLab working with student startup companies and innovation. She has been teaching entrepreneurship and innovation in higher education in West Virginia since 2004 spending 12 years as a professor and the Director of Entrepreneurship at West Liberty University.

Dr. White is also the co-founder of Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Experts, LLC, an ecosystem consulting company identifying early-stage entrepreneurs and connecting them with resource providers.

Dr. White received her BS and MBA degrees in business administration from Franciscan University, a J.D. from Duquesne University Law School, and Ed.D. in higher education administration from West Virginia University. Dr. White has developed and taught entrepreneurship curriculum both for the classroom and online. Prior to working in higher education, she started, owned, and operated businesses specializing in sport and fitness in the Pittsburgh, PA region.