Business Administration Major
Why study Business Administration at Asbury University?
Versatile, Impactful, and Practical. The breadth of opportunity in the marketplace for Business Administration majors allows students to pursue careers in a variety of for-profit and not-for-profit industries. The course of study in business administration pursued in the Christian environment of Asbury University offers students an education which will enhance and enrich both their personal and professional lives. Practical application of content allows students to go beyond simply attaining knowledge and moves them toward the ability to execute decisions and implement effective management strategies.
What is the Business Administration major like?
Interactive and Comprehensive. Core Business Administration classes typically range in size from 12-25 students, welcoming collaborative discussions with professors and peers. Rooted in a liberal arts foundation, the Business Administration major builds a structure of understanding that spans small to multinational organizations, from logistics to people management, and examines the individual, team, and organizational levels.
Areas of Study
The Business Administration major curriculum engages students in both domestic and international strategies, the management of human resource capital, how both small and large organizations can thrive, and how we as humans interact and manage other humans to be the best for the company, employees, and community.
Opportunities Outside of Class
Students can make the most of their education through involvement in a variety of internship opportunities, the Asbury Marketplace Summit, student competitions, and study abroad opportunities such as the Australia Studies Centre.
What can you do with this degree?
An extremely versatile degree, Business Administration majors can pursue a breadth of careers.
- Corporate Executive
- Small Business Management
- Medical and Health Services Management
- Social Media Management
- Market Research Analyst
- Operations Research Analyst
- Human Resource Specialist
- Production Management
- Training & Development