Business Administration

Business Administration

The mission of the Department of Business Administration is to prepare students for professional, managerial, and leadership positions in business, governmental, and non-profit organizations. Emphasis is placed on the development of communication, teamwork, technical, analytical, and critical thinking skills that are needed by successful organizations competing in a global economy. Above all else, we strive to instill in students a desire to be life-long learners who will promote socially responsible solutions to organizational  problems and who will recognize the importance of ethical behavior and integrity in all aspects of their lives.

Program Outcomes:

• Business majors demonstrate broad-based business knowledge of the functions of accounting, finance, management, marketing, and the relationship of these functions to one another in an effective organization.

• Business majors apply economic concepts, statistical methods, business law, business ethics and social responsibility, and current technology to evaluate organizational problems.

• Business majors analyze business related information and develop entrepreneurial thinking skills.

• Business majors write well-organized and grammatically correct documents that conform to standard business format.

• Business majors produce well-organized and well-delivered oral presentations.

• Business majors demonstrate professional standards of team participation and leadership.

All business administration majors choose one of the following areas concentration:

Healthcare Management

  • Management in Healthcare Organizations
  • Medical Terminology
  • Any 3 courses from BA 320, BA 325, BA 341, BA 401, BA 420, BA 425

Finance and Economics Concentration

  • Budget and Cost Accounting
  • Investment and Wealth Mgmt
  • Managerial Economics
  • International Economics
  • Financial Markets

Management Concentration

  • Operations Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • International Business
  • Any 2 courses from 3-400 BA, ECO courses, or E

Marketing Concentration

  • Marketing Research
  • International Business
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Two courses from: ENG 350, 300- 400 level BA, or ECO

Graduates of the MHU business program have become:

  • Corporate Executives
  • Non-Profit Leaders
  • Government Leaders
  • Business Owners and Managers
  • Accountants and Auditors
  • Bankers
  • Financial Consultants and Analysts
  • Pharmaceutical Representatives
  • Professors
  • Public Relations Specialists
  • Human Resource Managers
  • International Business Representatives
  • Teachers and Principals