Business leaders doing good.
Through internships and business administration classes, Crown College encourages you to obtain valuable work experience, network and prepare for a future that you’re passionate about. Courses in the Business Administration degree program include a wide range of specialty areas including marketing, accounting, strategic planning, human resource management and more. Other required courses round out the degree by developing a greater understanding of communications, ethics and the application of biblical principles in the marketplace.
Being in the business department at Crown has been an incredible blessing for me. I’m grateful for the many friendships I have gained here as well as having the opportunity to learn from professors who are not only experienced business professionals but are also leaders in the Church as well. I feel as if my experience at Crown is not only giving me the skills I need to succeed professionally but is also challenging and deepening my faith as well.
FUTURE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MAJOR
You’ve got a bright future ahead of you.
The world needs more women and men with high integrity in business. Connect your faith with your love for business.
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Students will be presented with the opportunity to spend a semester-long internship working within the business world. Learning hands-on, side-by-side with business professionals.
Accelerated MBA Option
Qualified students can apply for an accelerated degree program. Students may take graduate-level courses their senior year which allows them to finish a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) 1 year early. This not only prepares those wanting to go out into the field sooner but offers exceptional value and savings on tuition.Find Out More
Learning in the classroom is one of the core ways that you can grow as a person. However, we believe classrooms can only go so far. That is why each student has the opportunity to connect with a faculty or staff member to talk about class, life, and Jesus. Because learning is more than just knowledge, it is experiencing life-changing relationships.