A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Mississippi College opens many opportunities for graduates to become an asset to organizations across a variety of industries. The foundation of the program focuses on providing students with a broad skill set and comprehensive knowledge base in business administration and leadership.
Foundation in Business Principles
The coursework trains students to communicate effectively and negotiate the challenges they will face during their business administration career, whether they choose to work for small businesses, not-for-profit organizations, or large corporations. Our business administration program courses include topics such as:
- Business communications
- Real estate finance, law, and sales
- Business statistics
- Business law
MC’s business administration degree helps graduates develop critical-thinking skills, encourages teamwork and builds writing abilities. Our students investigate ethical and moral issues while acquiring management skills in a Christian context. They also gain an understanding of business issues from a global perspective by integrating awareness of current events and financial trends.
The MC Experience
For more than six decades, Mississippi College’s School of Business has enjoyed an exceptional track record. With more than 6,000 graduates, our alumni include CEOs, CFOs and leading executives who make a positive impact on their communities.
While hundreds of students choose MC’s School of Business each year, you’ll still benefit from small class sizes and personal connections with faculty. Our faculty offers a wealth of professional experience from the business world, with 20 out of 22 also holding a Ph.D. in their field.
Students also get to hear real-life perspectives from the Executive Speaker Series that brings in top-level executives and successful entrepreneurs to campus each semester. Recent speakers have included: Steve Forbes; Condoleezza Rice; John Brock, CEO of Coca-Cola Enterprises; Mike Ducker, COO of FedEx; and Dan Cathy, COO, and President of Chick-fil-a.
Mississippi College’s School of Business is located in Self Hall, a state-of-the-art learning facility. Recently updated with a multi-million dollar renovation, Self Hall features building-wide wireless internet and up-to-the-minute stock tickers displayed throughout the building. Labs are equipped with up-to-date computer technology and specialized software for business applications.
The School of Business partners with local, national and international businesses to provide benefits to our community and valuable learning opportunities to students like you. These organizations include:
- State Farm Insurance
- Blue Cross - Blue Shield
- Regions Bank
- M & F Bank
- Trustmark Bank
- KPMG LLP
- Horne LLP
- Bancorp South
- Bank of Brookhaven
- and many more
Students benefit from great opportunities for informational interviews, career services, networking events, and desirable internships.
Delta Mu Delta
Mississippi College’s business students get plenty of opportunities to shine. One option is Delta Mu Delta, the national honor society for outstanding business students. Delta Mu Delta encourages scholastic achievement in business and recognizes high-performing students with honors and awards.
Build on your business training with a global outlook at Mississippi College. MC offers study abroad programs in Costa Rica, France, London, Austria, Seoul, and Spain. You can take classes and earn credit while strengthening your language skills and broadening your cultural horizons.
MC Investment Club
The MC Investment Club manages an actual $100,000 fund provided by the School, providing students real-world experience in investing and portfolio management.
About the School
Mississippi College, affiliated with the Mississippi Baptist Convention, is a private, co-educational, Christian university of liberal arts and sciences. As the oldest institution of higher learning i ... Read More