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Division Descriptions

Business Division

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. Learn More

Education Division

The Education Division at Missouri Baptist University seeks to develop reflective, problem-solving, professional educators of excellence from a Christian perspective; to enhance the lives of students in the classroom intellectually, spiritually, physically, and socially; and to significantly influence students through the demonstrated integration of Christian faith and learning in the classroom, so that they may become positive change agents in a globally and culturally diverse society. Learn More

Fine Arts Division

The Fine Arts Division seeks to provide experiences in the arts for all students through a Christian perspective. Learn More

Health & Sport Sciences Division

The Division of Health and Sport Sciences at Missouri Baptist University is committed to promoting intellectual, spiritual and professional development; striving to enhance the quality of life through the advancement of knowledge in health, sport management and human performance; and forming responsive and collaborative relationships with faculty, staff, students, alumni, schools and business and industry leaders.
The mission of the Sport Management Program Review Council (SMPRC) is to establish program standards and to conduct the program review process for institutions seeking approval of sport management programs at bachelor’s, masters, and/or doctoral levels. Learn More

Humanities Division

Missouri Baptist University’s Humanities Division provides curricula leading to professional certificates, general education and degree requirements, and major programs of study in English, Religion and Religious Education, and minors in those same areas, as well as Spanish, in an environment where academic excellence is emphasized and a Christian perspective is maintained.
The Humanities Division seeks to give students a broad basis in the liberal arts tradition from a Christian worldview, integrating faith and learning in literature, languages, ethical and philosophical trends affecting the society of today; enhancing the development of a broad spiritual and intellectual foundation; and cultivating the ability to function efficiently in an increasingly diverse and global age. Learn More

Interdisciplinary Studies Division

The Interdisciplinary Program at Missouri Baptist University seeks to carry out its liberal arts mission by providing courses which integrate the various academic disciplines.
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Natural Sciences Division

The Natural Sciences division at Missouri Baptist University includes the areas of Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physical Science, and Physics. The division and its faculty are committed to education, professionalism and excellence within the framework of a Christian worldview and within the mission of the university as a whole. Learn More

Social & Behavioral Sciences Division

In keeping with the mission of Missouri Baptist University, the Social & Behavioral Sciences Division provides a curriculum that enables students to think critically and analytically, and in so doing, to think Christianly in the specific areas of the social and behavioral sciences. Students will gain a broad understanding of both theory and research in the major and/or minor areas, including majors in Behavioral Science, Criminal Justice, History, Human Services, Psychology and Social Sciences. Minors are offered in the areas of History, Human Services, Political Science, Psychology, Social Sciences and Sociology. Students majoring in Human Services and Criminal Justice also develop entry-level skills for employment in these fields to prepare them for their post-collegiate career. Learn More