The Business Administration program takes seriously the commitment to produce graduates who are well prepared to enter a professional career in business or to pursue graduate studies. The business administration curriculum is integrated with critical thinking skills, students’ calling, research, teamwork, and experiential learning. Students who graduate with the business administration major are expected to perform competently and ethically in entry-level positions in such fields as manufacturing management, professional sales, consulting, customer service, financial services, retail management and bank management. The business administration major is designed for students to take eighteen hours in another area of study. For example, a student interested in human resource management might select eighteen hours of psychology to compliment the business administration major.
Lee's programs give the student a chance to experience various aspects of life at Lee beyond academics, offering program-specific global trips, clubs, service, and research opportunities.
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Business Administration classes are housed in the School of Business.
Current or recent research projects have involved women in poverty, success on the major field test in the management discipline, developing business plans for global nonprofits, and holistic teaching practices.
|There are a variety of scholarships available to business majors:
Reaccredited by ACBSP with no conditions or suggestions for improvements. This is exceptionally rare for a school to be reaccredited with no findings.
This program is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary for achieving success in the business environment. Here are the career paths often pursued by graduates in this program.
- Business adviser
- Business analyst
- Business development manager
- Insurance underwriter
- Professional sales
- Small business management
- Real estate sales
- Corporate attorney
- Nonprofit manager