You’ll learn general management and business principles in classes such as accounting, economics, finance, management and marketing. Beyond the academic knowledge you’ll gain in these courses, you’ll develop skills in problem solving, working with people, assembling a team, creating and delivering presentations and communicating your ideas.
You’ll develop these skills in the context of Christian moral values and ethical decision-making, so you’ll be prepared to lead with wisdom and character. Service learning is
important at MNU, so you’ll have the opportunity to participate in different international business trips to Kenya, Mexico or Europe.
You can look forward to great networking opportunities with our chapter of Delta Mu Delta and the National Society of Leadership and Success.
This program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. View our outcomes report.
"My Business Ethics class was incredibly valuable to me, but I didn’t completely realize it until I had graduated. It was very beneficial to have a business ethics class that
integrated my beliefs."
“Our Business Administration degree is an excellent avenue into the business world. It prepares you for entrepreneurship, business leadership, or professional degrees like MBA or Law School. ”
Mike Gough, DMin
Our professors are business professionals and scholars known for building relationships with you and having an open-door atmosphere where you can feel free to ask questions and talk through ideas.
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