The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is designed to develop the knowledge set, management and leadership skills, and problem-solving processes that are marketable in current and future business environments. The program prepares you to begin or advance in management positions and compete in a global economy, where business occupations are growing at a faster-than-average rate.

Dr. Kathy Dunning
Dean, School of Business 
Assistant Professor of Accounting

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Courses provide a solid business base with a strong emphasis on communication skills and biblically-based ethics through reflection and application.

Some characteristics of professionals in the business administration field include resourcefulness and problem-solving skills; the ability to supervise, delegate and work as a team; communication skills; technology proficiency; flexibility and time management.

Concentrations are offered in:
• Finance
• Economics
• Supply Chain Management
• Integrated 5-Year Master of Business Administration (MBA)

The Integrated 5-Year MBA program is a 5-year fast-track program that culminates in graduates earning two degrees:
• Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
• Master of Business Administration

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 - Small 13:1 student-faculty ratio means you have small classes and individual attention from School of Business faculty
- The student-led Global Consulting Agency works with regional companies to facilitate and enhance global supply-chain operations
- The Integrated 5-Year MBA allows students to graduate with both a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Master of Business Administration in just 5 years


Operations Manager
Management Analyst
Human Resources Manager
Franchising Manager
Nick Cillo
“Learning the fundamentals of leading a business is necessary for anyone entering business today. Our Business Administration program works to help make students more successful in their chosen career path in the world of business by focusing on their problem-solving skills.”

Nick Cillo, MBA
Program Coordinator, Business Administration
Assistant Professor of Finance & Management

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