About the Sorrell College

Sorrell Facts

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countries represented in the student body

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Undergraduate Programs

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average class size

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Full-time Faculty

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Graduate Programs

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Average Graduate Class Size

How Jeff and Anise Sorrell Inspired a Business School

The legacy of Jeff and Anise Sorrell, namesakes of the Sorrell College of Business, lives here.

If a career in business is in your future, an education from the Sorrell College of Business will ensure you are ready to be competitive in today’s career world. Whether you are just beginning your college journey or taking your education to the next level, the Sorrell College prides itself on delivering quality education that will equip you to excel in today’s rapidly changing and global business environment.

The Sorrell College offers quality programs in accounting, economics, and data analytics. If you are ready to take on a management role or simply find your niche in business, the Sorrell College offers a program for you, too.

From marketing to human resource management and risk management and insurance, the Sorrell College has a solid program suited to fit your needs. At TROY, you find a quality education at the hands of the many well-rounded professors, who typically have many years of real-world experience to bring to the classroom. You will also find that your professors care about you as an individual and make themselves available to help you tailor your education to your individual needs. Within this student-centered culture of caring, you will be more than just a number. The dedicated faculty and staff are personally committed to helping you succeed.

Housed within the College is the Center for International Business and Economic Development, which enhances the University’s position as an economic development engine for the state of Alabama. The Center provides education, research, and outreach opportunities unique among other universities across the state.

The College is also home to the Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy, a research center focused on moral imperatives, individual liberty, and policies related to current and local issues. The scholars and students at the Johnson Center believe that free societies are better societies, and the Center’s faculty works to provide a dynamic and rigorous education based on these principles.

Whether this is the beginning of your college journey or the next step in your career path, the Sorrell College can help you prepare to face the challenges of a rapidly changing global business environment.

 

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