Business Incubator Programs
Gain the skills to build and manage a thriving business. You can conceive and validate a business idea and then launch this business, keeping the money you earn, or you can help local startups perform analyses and run an experiment.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Manage growth in existing organizations, including small and medium-sized enterprises, large corporations, family business and socially-orientated ventures by working closely with WVU’s Encova Center.
Global Supply Chain Management
Recognize the systemic and global nature of supply chain operations, so you can identify interdependencies critical to effectively manage and improve performance, strategically integrate processes and technology, and make ethical supply chain decisions.
Hospitality and Tourism Management
Receive hands-on experience so that you are ready to lead a customer-focused team. You will acquire the skills you need for a career in the hotel, restaurant, event planning, theme park or management field.
Hospitality and Tourism Minor
If you’re a strong communicator interested in the customer service side of business, then this minor is for you. You will learn the basic characteristics of tourism: structures, operations, as well as social and cultural aspects.
Online Hospitality and Tourism
Receive hands-on work experience so that you are ready to lead a customer-focused team in one of the top 10 industries in the world in terms of revenue. You will be on the right track for a career in the hotel, restaurant, event planning, theme park or management field.
With the opportunity to gain national and global experiences, you will learn the effective methods to handle conflict and negotiations, and to foster and lead organizational change, to be ready for a career in nonprofit, public or private leadership.
Travel to Teach
Our Global Supply Chain Management department has a strong employer-to-student network. In fact, the department’s employers are so passionate that advisory council members travel to teach a class once or twice a semester on supply chain leadership.Get Started
Don't take our word for it
Faculty and Student Spotlights
For incoming students, the best advice I have is to make sure you have control of your time. Time management is extremely important while being a college student. There are many distractions while being in college, make sure school comes first and you will do great!
Global Supply Chain Management and EntrepreneurshipAbout Casey
Broaden your horizons as an incoming Freshman here at WVU. There are so many opportunities for you to capitalize on that you may not even know existed!
Student AmbassadorAbout Trevor
What you love about WVU: I love the diversity and community at WVU and Chambers.
hospitality and tourism managementAbout Adrea
Hometown: Latrobe, PA
Entrepreneurship and InnovationAbout Hunter
Business Incubator News and Events
Research and Other Departmental News
WVU researcher develops copper-infused mask for hospitality and tourism industry
If you can’t find it, create it: WVU student starts braked dog leash company
Chambers College Top 10 Moments from 2019
CWT Leader Joins WVU Hospitality Program
Student Profile: Amy Toscano
Chambers College appoints Olesh director, will hire executive director at Startup Engine business accelerator
READY TO APPLY?
Join the Chambers College and Start your Journey
Start by taking the first step. Meet your future head-on: submit your application for admission.Apply Now
Follow your intellectual passion both in and outside the classroom as you learn the skills and knowledge needed to excel.Apply to Graduate School