The Business Division at Missouri Baptist University offers majors and minors in Accounting, Business Administration, Computer Science, Information Systems, Management and Marketing. A minor is also offered in Entrepreneurship for students in any discipline, and a concentration in Entrepreneurship is offered for students majoring in Management. Second majors are available in Management and Marketing. Third majors are not allowed.
All students, especially those majoring in an area of business, are encouraged to participate in “Students In Free Enterprise” (SIFE), the established business organization open to students from all disciplines and geared to specifically enhance the learning and practical experiences gained in the classroom. Students have the opportunity to take SIFE for credit, or be a non-credit member of SIFE.
The Accounting program at Missouri Baptist University provides challenging curriculum for major and minor studies in order to prepare students for the professional and ethical practice of accounting. An accounting degree also provides the basis for further advanced degree studies. Learn More Continue Reading Accounting
For students with 60 or more transferable semester hours of credit from an Associate of Applied Sciences (A.A.S.) program, the Applied Management major allows flexibility in utilizing prior technical coursework towards major requirements. Learn More Continue Reading Applied Management
In accordance with the mission statement of Missouri Baptist University and the academic program, the Business Administration discipline provides a broad-based curriculum designed to prepare students for advanced degrees and professional careers. Learn More Continue Reading Business Administration
In accordance with the mission statement of Missouri Baptist University and the academic program, the Healthcare Management discipline provides a solid curriculum in management principles and concepts applicable in healthcare and healthcare industry environments and settings. Learn More Continue Reading Healthcare Management
The mission of the Information Technology discipline is to equip students to enter the competitive field of IT and to develop a life-long career in this field. Students should also be equipped to enter graduate school and complete an advanced degree in a related field. Learn More Continue Reading Information Technology
Management majors have the option to complete the concentration in Entrepreneurship by taking an additional 15 hours of coursework. The following courses are required for this concentration in addition to the Business Division Core Requirements. Learn More Continue Reading Entrepreneurship