In accordance with the mission statement of Missouri Baptist University, the School of Business provides major programs to prepare students for lifelong learning while pursuing their calling to serve in professional careers and studies. The School of Business programs promote Biblically based Christian business practices. The major programs accomplish this mission through curriculum tied to industry expectations coupled with instruction in the ethical, Biblical Christian philosophy, and diversity principles which serve as the basis of our society and economy. The pedagogical emphasis is on the application of critical thinking for innovative approaches to solving business problems.
The School of Business offers majors and minors in Accounting, Applied Management, Business Administration, Healthcare Management, Information Technology, Management, Marketing, and Organizational Leadership. A minor is also offered in Entrepreneurship for students in any discipline.
Admission Requirements for the programs
The School of Business requires a minimum standard of academic performance for acceptance into the School of Business for any major in business, except applied management. Specifically: Freshmen: Student must have a high school cumulative GPA of 2.8 or higher on a 4.0 scale and an ACT score of 20. Transfers: Student must have a 2.5 or higher cumulative GPA. Students not meeting the admission requirement may be immediately accepted into the applied management major.
A 2.5 cumulative grade point average is required for graduation.
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