If you want to impact the business world for the better, this program is for you. Work closely with faculty who focus on your career development and spiritual growth while you gain the principles you need to make a difference in traditional businesses, nonprofits and international contexts. The result: You'll emerge with a highly developed skill set that will set you apart as a redeeming presence in any workplace.
International and Cross-Cultural Contexts Concentration
Business majors adding this concentration will take 56 credits of international and cross-cultural contexts in addition to their required business credits. Contact Program Director Lee Sellers for more information on this concentration: firstname.lastname@example.org.
What can you do with a business administration degree?
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Features of the business degree
A curriculum grounded in business ethics (a system of moral principles) and focused on sustainability (resource use and management ranging from material goods to human capital)
An experienced group of professors with broad backgrounds in nonprofit work, finance, sales, operations, strategy and marketing.
A global perspective that trains students to conduct business smoothly and respectfully across cultural borders.
A capstone course in which students conceptualize and create business plans which they later present to a panel of professionals comprised of alumni and local area business leaders. The students then vie for seed money to implement the winning plan.
What our students are doing
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Our Business program is partially available online. It will be offered in a fully online format in spring 2016. Learn more about MU Online.
Costs and financial aid
Tuition for 2016-17 is $23,120/per year.
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Prof. Lee Sellers
Business Department Chair, Business and Organizational Psychology Director, Accounting Director