Drury is home to the Breech School of Business, where a team of talented and dedicated faculty provide students meaningful learning experiences, and where deliberate connection to the theories and practice of business is emphasized.
Our programs are dedicated to the development of leaders and decision-makers who are prepared to play prominent roles in a global economy.
"Preparing ethical leaders for the
global business community."
- Breech School of Business Golf Tournament: May 18
- Breech Business Week: April 20-24
- Fall 2014 Breech Newsletter
Faculty: Ken ScislawI would urge new students to read, to imagine, to investigate, and most importantly to critically think about global business issues as they progress through their Breech coursework. It all begins with curiosity.
Alumni: Brad P. LawsonThe professors at Drury provided great examples of how to mentor students and help prepare them for the professional world. I don’t remember being hesitant to approach any of my Business School professors at Drury with a question, regardless of whether that question related to the course material or career opportunities.
Student: Sarah MarianiI am looking to find a career that allows me to use my creative and analytical skills. I love to problem solve, so I am hoping I can find something that allows me to do that. I am really looking to move to a larger city such as New York or Chicago because I love the vast amount of people and culture that is there.
- Distinguished Alumni Reception
- Friends of Breech Event
- Delta Mu Delta Initiation 2014
- 2nd Breech Golf tournament
- May 2014 Graduates
- Student Awards Luncheon
At a Glance
Over 95% of Drury Breech Business graduates obtain a job in their chosen career field or progress on to graduate programs.
Drury is part of less than 5% of business schools worldwide to achieve the premier AACSB accreditation.
100% of Drury Breech Business students graduate with practical workplace internship involvement and global study abroad experiences.