Why study Business Administration at CIU?
Taught from an ethical and values-based perspective, our Business Administration major will prepare and equip you to effectively lead and manage organizations anywhere in the world, including for-profit enterprises, not-for-profit organizations, and governmental and international non-governmental entities.
The Business Administration major has two concentrations: Healthcare Administration and Intercultural Management and Administration.
- The Healthcare Administration concentration provides students with the skills necessary to lead and manage clinics, hospitals, and other healthcare organizations.
- The Intercultural Management and Administration concentration will equip you with unique skills necessary to organize and lead multicultural businesses, ministries, and organizations worldwide.
Our business students have a record of success! Whether you want to start and run your own business, engage in church or ministry leadership, or lead a domestic or international corporation, our Business Administration major will give you the tools you need.
As a student, you will have opportunities to develop and explore entrepreneurship ideas and ideals, community business collaboration, practical and vocational business and leadership techniques, personal professional development opportunities, and obtain the resources to form your own business or ministry. Besides being trained to establish and lead organizations and ministries, you will also be equipped to pursue graduate education in areas of public administration, accounting and finance, healthcare, international business, insurance and risk management, law, sport management, and organizational leadership.
Your Next Step
Launch is a unique educational-community partnership which complements classroom learning by providing you with focused skills training, career and vocational guidance, internship placement, and opportunities to work directly with businesses and ministries.
Learn about Launch at CIU’s new John R. Cook Jr. Business & Entrepreneurship Center.
Scott R. Adams
Dean of the School of Business
Juris Doctorate, Brooklyn Law SchoolRead More...
Professor of Business Administration
B.A. Southern Methodist University; MBA Baylor University; DBA Student at Grand Canyon University
Amy came to CIU in the spring of 2013 as an adjunct faculty member in finance. In January 2014 she joined CIU and is a full-time School of Business professor. Amy is completing her...Read More...