The School of Business hopes to transform the lives of students through the highest quality business programs focused on the application of Christian values. There are three core principles embedded throughout the School of Business: (1) We integrate our faith with our discipline, thus producing graduates who consider the impact of Scripture on decision making; (2) Critical thinking is infused in the curriculum and students must support responses with logic, theory, and experience; and (3) Experiential learning is a hallmark of our academic pedagogy. In lower-level classes, this is accomplished with guest speakers or brief case applications. In upper-level courses, students experience hands-on projects, competing in a virtual industry, and solving comprehensive cases requiring extensive research with results presented in a classroom setting. 

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If you are looking for an MBA program that will not only help you meet the challenges of today’s complex global economy but also meet the needs of your busy schedule, consider Lee University. Lee’s unique and practical Master of Business Administration program utilizes experiential learning to equip you to apply values-based theory to actual business problems. Our flexible, hybrid program allows you to take classes on campus or online—or both—and achieve your MBA in just 20 months.
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Julie Ngendo

Julie Ngendo comes to Lee from Nairobi, Kenya, and is a senior accounting major and computer information systems minor. She is part of Phi Beta Lambda, Alpha Chi, and Phi Eta Sigma. She also works as an accounting intern with Lee’s accounting services and as the accounting lab student director. Julie plans to pursue a Master of Accountancy in taxation after graduation. The best part of her Lee experience has been “observing the person I am growing into. The Lee University community has been a safe place for me to acclimate to a totally different culture while stretching me to be a better thinker, student, friend, and Christian.”