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Harrison College School of Business

With a relevant business curriculum and experienced staff, the School of Business at Harrison College has been providing students a reputable business education for more than 100 years.

As a student in the School of Business, you can be confident that your education will prepare you for a career in business, whether you earn an associate or bachelor’s degree.

Programs

Our School of Business offers associate and bachelor’s degrees in a range of business programs. View the list below to find a program you are interested in.

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Accreditations and Memberships

To learn about Harrison’s accreditations and memberships, visit our accreditations and memberships page.

"The reason I chose this program is because, at my current job, I help individuals with resource issues." Lloyd, Business
Lloyd, Business

Meet Our Leadership

Our faculty members share their professional experiences each day in the classroom, and their relevant experience is what influences the educational environment at Harrison. Learn more about our business leaders below.

Gregory E. Schiffli

Curriculum Manager, School of Business
  • M.S.M. Finance - Krannert Graduate School of Management
  • B.S. Industrial Engineering - Purdue University
Role at Harrison

Gregory Schiffli has been with Harrison College over five years in a variety of capacities. He is currently Curriculum Manager for the School of Business. He has served previously an Instructional Coach for the online campus, an Associate Dean at the Indianapolis East campus, and an ongoing faculty member.

Greg has instructed a variety of classes including those in management, business, finance, mathematics, and career development in each of the Harrison instructional modalities: online, in-person on campus and the blended format.

Greg is also the founder and principal of a fee-only, independent, registered investment advisory in Southport. Previous work experience includes multiple finance and business development roles with The Procter & Gamble Company (8 years) and Vice President & Managing Partner for an independent multi-location restaurant start-up (5 years). Greg has a passion for higher education, entrepreneurship, business and finance.

His education includes a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University and an MSM in emphasis in Finance from the Krannert Graduate School of Management at Purdue University.