The School of Business at William Carey University provides each student the opportunity for personal development through an understanding of the business within the framework of a Christian institution of higher learning. Built on a comprehensive liberal arts foundation in the humanities, sciences, communications, mathematics, and religion, the business programs are designed to develop the intellectual, spiritual, and social dimension of each student.
A maximum of 50% of community/junior college hours may be applied toward an undergraduate business degree. Since many business students transfer to Carey after completing one or two years of study at a junior college or other state school, the faculty and staff are helpful to students in making successful transitions to a four-year college.
The School of Business Programs
The School of Business delivers a major designed to provide a degree of specialization as well as a basic understanding of business and its role in a free enterprise system. Class sizes are usually less than 30 students and are less than 20 in many upper division courses. Such small classes motivate students to be more active participants in the learning process and to develop better communication skills within the classroom environment.
The Business Administration undergraduate major requires the completion of a professional business core in addition to a concentration.
Six areas of concentration are available:
- Computer Information Systems
- International Business
- Workforce Training and Development
- Accounting Requirements
- Computer Information Systems Requirements
- Finance/Economics Requirements
- International Business Requirements
- Management/Marketing Requirements
- Workforce Training and Development Requirements
The six areas of concentration (Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Finance/ Economics, International Business, Management/Marketing, and Workforce Training and Development) allow a student to develop a more in-depth level of knowledge. The concentration prepares students for careers in a wide range of areas including sales, advertising, real estate, banking, managerial positions, information systems, and accounting.
To Find Out More
The School of Business dean, faculty, and staff are always pleased to discuss academic and career opportunities with prospective students. To arrange an appointment with someone in the school, contact.
or toll free.............1-800 962-5991
Dr. Cheryl Dale
Dean, School of Business
William Carey University
498 Tuscan Avenue Box 18
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
Fax: (601) 318-6281
William Carey University does not illegally discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, age , or disability in admissions or in the administration of its education policies, programs, and activities.
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