The business administration curriculum focuses on equipping students with a broad skill set and comprehensive knowledge base of business principles, enabling them to contribute to their organization at any level.

Because of the diversity and flexibility of the coursework, students gain excellent training for a successful career in small business, not-for-profit management or the corporate world.

While you’re learning the fundamentals of business administration, you’ll also explore a diverse curriculum that nurtures critical thinking skills, encourages teamwork and builds your writing abilities. You’ll investigate ethical and moral issues while acquiring management skills in a Christian context. And you’ll gain an understanding of business issues from a global perspective, integrating awareness of current events and financial trends.

Choose Your Focus

As a business administration major, you can pursue an additional career track in the following areas:

  • Sports Management
  • Real Estate 

 These classes are additional 12 hours of credit in your chosen area of concentration.

MC’s Business Administration degree is designed for students seeking a well-rounded business education combined with a thorough understanding of the traditional aspects of business and its managerial applications. This integrated study prepares you to succeed in a wide variety of industries and aims to train students to become effective contributors to any and all phases of an enterprise.

This is a practical, real-world education for the real-world of business. The dynamic and varied curriculum of the business administration degree fully prepares you for success as a business leader of tomorrow while exposing you to a broad spectrum of opportunities.

Prepared for Success

To succeed in the real world of business, you need a real-world business education. The MC School of Business combines exceptional classroom instruction, real-world work experiences, and an emphasis on Christian principles to create highly successful, ethical leaders.

Business Administration students gain practical experience through internship opportunities and coursework whose focus is the managerial applications to accounting, marketing, finance, management information systems, in effect, all of the functional areas required to successfully run a business. MC School of Business students

Experience Business

As a business administration major, your classes will provide you with the managerial knowledge you need for a career in business through classes in:

  • Human Resource Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Short Term Financial Management
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Management Information Systems

Major Requirements for Business Administration

Requirements    Hours
University Core   43
Business Core   45
Business Administration Requirements  24
ACC Choose from 301, 302, 303, 305, 403 3
MKT Choose from 383, 481, 482, 485, 486 3
FIN Choose from 440, 441, 443 3
MGT Choose from 473, 474 3
ENT Choose from 310, 411, 412 3
Business Electives Choose any 300/400 level business courses 9
General Electives It is recommended that students use the opportunity to take their elective courses in the European Study Program and in the Internship Program.  Twelve of the eighteen general elective hours can be taken toward a career track in either Real Estate or Sports Management as listed below: 18
Optional Career Track in Real Estate (12 hours):  
GBU 342 Real Estate Finance 3
GBU 343 Real Estate Sales 3
GBU 353 Real Estate Principles 3
GBU 354 Real Estate Law 3
Optional Career Track in Sports Management (12 hours):
KIN 105 Comprehensive Health 3
KIN 482 Management of Physical Education, Fitness, and Sports Programs 3
KIN 401 Facility Design and Event Management 3
KIN 410 Legal Aspects of Sport and Physical Activity 3
Total Hours   130

After the approval of their academic advisors in consultation with the appropriate department chair, freshman pre-law students with an acceptable ACT or SAT score may elect to enter the Three-Three Program. Ordinarily, a 26 ACT score or 1180 SAT score will qualify a student for the program. Such students are expected to maintain at least 3.25 GPA in their undergraduate work to remain competitive for early admission to the Mississippi College Law School. Students in this program should plan to take the LSAT as soon as possible after their sophomore year, but no later than the fall of their junior year, as an acceptable LSAT score is required for admission to the Mississippi Law School. Acceptance into the Three-Three Program, however, does not automatically guarantee admission to the Mississippi College Law School.

Three-Three Law/Business Administration Path

Requirements    Hours
University Core   43
ACC 201 Principles of Accounting I 3
ACC 202 Principles of Accounting II 3
ECO 231 Economic Principles I 3
ECO 232 Economic Principles II 3
FIN 341 Business Finance 3
GBU 321 Business Communications 3
GBU 355 Global Dimensions of Business 3
MIS 099 Spreadsheet Proficiency Requirement 3
MIS 327 Introduction to Management Information Systems 3
GBU 251 Business Statistics I 3
GBU 358 Business Law and Ethics 3
GBU 456 Faith and Business Ethics 3
MGT 371 Principles of Management & Organizational Behavior 3
MKT 381 Marketing Principles 3
MGT 475 Production and Operations Management 3
MGT 499 Strategic Management 3
ACC Elective   3
Choose one from the following:  
ACC 301 Intermediate Accounting I 3
ACC 302 Intermediate Accounting II 3
ACC 303 Cost Accounting 3
ACC 305 Managerial Accounting 3
ACC 403 Federal Tax Accounting I 3
FIN Elective   3
Choose one from the following:  
FIN 440 Short-Term Financial Management 3
FIN 441 Investments 3
FIN 443 Advanced Business Finance 3
MKT Elective   3
Choose one from the following:  
MKT 383 Personal Selling 3
MKT 481 Consumer Behavior 3
MKT 482 Retailing & E-Commerce 3
MKT 485 Integrated Marketing Communications 3
MKT 486 Marketing Strategy 3
MGT Elective   3
Choose one from the following:  
MGT 473 Quantitative Business Modeling 3
MGT 474 Human Resources Management 3
ENT Elective    
Choose one from the following:  
ENT 310 Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprise 3
ENT 411 Entrepreneurial Financial Management 3
ENT 412 Entrepreneurial Mindset 3
Total Hours   100