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The Sorrell College of Business



Whether you are just beginning your college journey or taking your education to the next step, the Sorrell College of Business can equip you with the expertise and the confidence you need to embark on a promising career. From marketing to risk management and insurance, the SCOB has a dynamic degree suited to fit your needs. 

Not only will you receive expert instruction from our professors, but you will also find teachers who care about you. Within this student-centered culture of caring, you will be more than just a number. The dedicated faculty and staff are personally vested in seeing you succeed. Distance learning students can expect the same top-quality education, too. TROY’s online bachelor’s programs in business are ranked among the best in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.

For more information, visit the Sorrell College of Business website.


Center for International Business and Economic Development

Housed within the SCOB is the Center for International Business and Economic Development, which enhances TROY’s position as an economic development engine for the state of Alabama. The Center provides education, research and outreach opportunities unique to many universities in the area. For more information, visit the CIBED website. 


Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy

The Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy at Troy University provides a dynamic and rigorous education program focused on the moral imperatives of free markets and individual liberty, as well as relevant policy research on current and local issues.

Comprised of scholars and students who believe that free societies are better societies, the Johnson Center is run according to that creed. Just as we promote the free exchange of ideas in the larger society, so we defend academic freedom and expect scholarly innovation, excellence, and integrity within our own ranks.

The Johnson Center focuses on four core initiatives: educating students, scholarship/research, community outreach, and policy debates. For more information, please visit the Johnson Center website.