Division of Business and Information Technology at Friends University

 

 

Division of Business and Information Technology Mission


The mission of the Division of Business and Information Technology is to provide each student the opportunity to obtain a high-quality undergraduate education in the professional disciplines of business, commerce, and information technology within the context of the liberal arts and the Christian faith.

 

Division of Business and Information Technology Majors

 

Major Why major? What can I do with this major?

Accounting, B.S.

In this increasingly complex and competitive business environment, accounting skills are very much in demand and accounting has become a dynamic career choice. All businesses need accountants and accounting majors make great managers as well. Corporate or public accountant; tax preparation expert; auditor; nonprofit organization accountant.

Business Administration, B.S.

 

  • Management Concentration

  • Operations Management Concentration

 

Because you want to prepare yourself to engage in commerce, management, or other activities in the world of business – in both the for-profit and not-for-profit arenas. Management positions in almost any company from banking to manufacturing to retail sales.

Computer Science and Information Systems, B.S.

Because every business needs an expert with both technical and business skills. Computer programmer; systems analyst; business analyst; network administrator; Web application developer.

Finance, B.S.

An engineer pictures a plane in diagrams and numbers, then figures out how to make it fly; in finance you will do the same with organizations.
Banking; investments; corporate finance; financial planning; insurance; real estate.

International Business, B.S.

In a global marketplace, capable business decision makers who can function across cultures will be in demand. Management; marketing in global companies.

Management Information Systems, B.S.

Because gaining business and office automation skills gives you the knowledge needed to guide employees in using technology to achieve business goals. Banking; corporate finance; business analyst; help desk technician; technical trainer; project managers.

Marketing, B.S.

Because a business must be able to maintain a long term relationship between itself and its customers. Small business owner; marketing manager; advertising and promotion; not-for-profit organizational marketer.

 

Division Minors

 

Contact Us
Vashti Jones
316-295-5526
vashti_jones@friends.edu