We promote an entrepreneurial and ethical spirit in business. That makes you ready for a competitive business environment—no matter how you focus your path.
Business administration major
Our program builds on a strong liberal arts core with professional training in business administration. We’re focused on preparing you for a career in a variety of business organizations, and we network extensively to make that happen. Our students engage with the local business community through lecture series, workshops, visits, and internships. In many courses, student projects involve problem-solving and services for real-world business organizations. Our faculty members bring extensive business experience to the classroom, creating a unique approach to teaching that combines the theoretical with the practical. Advanced business degree classes are typically small, providing significant personal attention and one-on-one time with professors. Additionally, all students complete an internship in their field of focus.
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- receive instruction from a qualified business faculty
- a healthy blend of theoretical knowledge and practical application
- student projects which involve solving problems and providing service to real-world business organizations
- classroom instruction combined with outside business speakers and plant/facility visits
- small class size for individualized attention in considering business aspirations
- a knowledge of how business education preparation can assist students in all parts of life and their career
- curriculum includes a servant leadership perspective
- entrepreneurial and ethical spirit encouraged
- choose tracks such as international business, management, marketing, and sports management
Jordan has a passion for landscaping and spent the summer of 2013 assisting Montreat College with its landscaping needs. After he graduates he hopes to use his business education and landscaping experience to own his own landscaping business.
In the summer of 2013, Hannah completed an internship with Cross Training Couture, a Christ-centered small business that creates modest, fashionable fitness gear. During her internship she was able to learn how a small business functions and learn from experiences in customer service, social media, documenting and packaging.
Explore finance, human resources, and marketing in the global economy—while you minor in a foreign language.
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Develop your interest in managing a manufacturing or service company with a focus on business management.
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A perfect fit if you’re interested in advertising, sales, market research, retail, public relations, product management, or nonprofit marketing.
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Benefit from intradepartmental cooperation—combining business management, sports sciences, and experience.
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Special emphasis concentration
Design a program of study outside of the core curriculum of your major—earning credit for special experiences, like study abroad.
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Prepare for this fast-growing, emerging field where the job outlook improves each day as new technology develops.
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