Lundy–Fetterman School of Business
|Lundy-Fetterman School of Business|
|Location||Buies Creek, North Carolina, USA|
|Website||Business School Homepage|
The Lundy–Fetterman School of Business is an American business school founded in 1983 and located in Buies Creek, North Carolina. The Business School is one of seven schools that compose Campbell University.
Museum & Exhibit Hall
The Lundy-Fetterman Museum & Exhibit Hall is located in the Lundy–Fetterman School of Business Building on the main campus at Campbell University in Buies Creek, NC. The museum and exhibit has nearly 175 animals from the Burrows T. & Mabel L. Lundy Collection. The collection changes from time-to-time and is open year-round for students, area residents and visitors. The museum is home to a life-size brown bear, polar bear, zebra, leopard, gnu, impala, and rhinoceros, along with other animals.
- Phi Beta Lambda
- Gilbert T. Stephenson Trust Club
- Business Leaders of Tomorrow
- Adam Smith Club
- Accounting Club
- Marketing Club
- Healthcare Management Club
- PGMSA-Professional Golf Management Student Association
Business School Programs
The Lundy–Fetterman School of Business is home to 8 professional undergraduate programs and two graduate programs.
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