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College of Business

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Our Mission

The APSU College of Business is a teaching-focused business school committed to student success while serving the Clarksville and Nashville metropolitan areas. We strive to push students beyond the textbook and help them explore their passions, in order to empower our graduates to compete in a global economy.

Welcome to the College of Business


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Jake Bumpus, Accounting major
Meet Jake Bumpus

“I am 100 percent confident that my professors are committed to ensuring students not only graduate, but also have the opportunity to succeed beyond the classroom.”

George Leavell
Meet George Leavell

"The work ethic I developed at Austin Peay allowed me to compete with (my law school classmates). I feel like Austin Peay prepared me to go to the next level, and without the huge burden of debt some of my classmates had."


Austin Peay 'Fall into Dance'
Department of Theatre and Dance presents 'Fall into Dance'

The APSU Department of Theatre and Dance, along with artistic director Kevin Bradley Loveland Jr., will present "Fall into Dance." The production will run Thursday, Oct. 25-Sunday, Oct. 28.

'Fortnite' animator Kaye Vassey to visit Austin Peay
'Fortnite' lead technical animator Kaye Vassey to visit Austin Peay

Kaye Vassey, who has animated for such franchises as "Shrek," "Madagascar" and "How to Train Your Dragon" and is the the lead technical animator on "Fortnite" at Epic Games, will lecture 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23, at Austin Peay. She'll also conduct workshops with APSU animation students.

APSU CECA arts integration
Local teachers learn arts integration at CECA professional development workshop

More than 20 teachers attended an arts integration professional development workshop Oct. 2 at the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System's Central Services-South building. Austin Peay's Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts paid for the workshop, led by John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts teaching artist Randy Barron.