The undergraduate business program operates within the university’s mission statement of preparing men and women to succeed in the business world. It does so in a distinctive Christian university environment in which
business concepts and ethical principles of business are taught by faculty who are well experienced in both the educational and vocational aspects of the discipline. You will be encouraged to develop and strengthen your unique talents and gifts through opportunities in the classroom as well as business activities and organizations.
With a business major you will be able to identify and use:
- concepts and theories in the areas of economics, accounting, finance, marketing, law, ethics, leadership and management;
- qualitative and quantitative analytical skills appropriate in problem solving and ethical decision making;
- effective communication with supervisors, peers and associates;
- relationship skills to be sensitive to other cultures, ethnic groups and minorities.
The Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration offers six areas of specialization. These emphases provide specific depth to an overall broad business preparation. Business students will benefit from a diverse set of core courses as well as the specifics of one or more emphases. Many business students are able to incorporate two emphases in the major.