What makes our program unique?

Personal attention is what makes the university’s business program unique. Small class sizes allow for one-on-one interaction with faculty. The faculty of this program have decades of experience in the non-profit world as well as entrepreneurial activity. Classes throughout the major emphasize writing skills in order to enhance communication. Technology is incorporated throughout the curriculum and incorporation of spreadsheets for preparation of problems. Each student has the opportunity to realize their maximum potential through a variety of learning styles, culminating with the opportunity of first-hand observations of business practices through our international students and the opportunity to study abroad.

Learning Objectives

The business administration program emphasizes three primary competencies: interpersonal, technological, and problem-solving skills. Throughout the curricula, the small business perspective is primary. Ethical decision-making and the application of ethics to the business world are also woven through the coursework as a manifestation of the development of character in business graduates. An important component of the program is the integration of theory and the real world provided through case studies, participation in Argo Entrepreneurs activities, and cooperative work-education opportunities.

Career Preparation

Business is an interdisciplinary field, in that the information and research from many different areas are used to inform managers and leaders. Accounting, management science, economics, social psychology, finance, geography, organizational behavior, and sociology are some of the relevant disciplines to those interested in the study of business. Because of this broad spectrum of study, a business degree can prepare individuals to function effectively as entrepreneurs or for employment in a wide variety of organizations, including non-profit and government.

Potential career opportunities include:
  • Business Management/Entrepreneurship
  • Law
  • Banking
  • Public Administration
  • Not-for-profit Management
  • Human Resources
  • Small Business Operation


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration


Business Administration


Business Administration


David Harris
Katrina Stark