As a business administration major at Truman, you learn how to succeed in virtually any area of business through a combination of rigorous coursework and learning opportunities outside of class, such as research, professional internships, and study abroad.
Business Savvy That Drives Success
Today’s business world requires a sophisticated skill set. Our classes teach you how to manage people, time, money, and resources efficiently and effectively. At Truman, you’ll find a cooperative spirit as you work on group projects, form study groups, and collaborate with professors who care enough to learn your name. Truman’s School of Business is among the elite group of schools accredited by AACSB International-The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, ensuring you’re among a community of intellectuals who demand the highest standards in our business program.
Design Your Own Career Path
As a business administration major, you create an educational plan tailored to match your interests and career goals. Select the Bachelor of Science for a stronger emphasis in economics and math. Or pursue a Bachelor of Arts instead if you are interested in obtaining intermediate proficiency in a foreign language. You also have the option of focusing your studies with one of four concentrations:
And if you are not a business administration major, you can complement your degree and bolster your career potential by pursuing a minor in business administration.
Our Graduates Succeed
Our students consistently score in the top five percent on the Major Field Achievement Test in Business and are highly sought after by employers nationwide. Here are some of the places our graduates end up:
Many of our graduates go on to earn graduate or professional degrees. Some of the schools they attend include:
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Congratulations to the Iota Nu Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi! The Chapter won the national R Nelson Mitchell Outstanding Chapter Award for 2013-2014. They also won the national award for Outstanding Alumni Relations. Chapter Advisor, Debi Cartwright, was awarded a Silver Helmet Award for 25 years of outstanding service. So proud of these Business […] Read More →
The Annual Robert L. Gould Scholastic Award’s essay competition deadline is coming up on December 15th, 2014. For this year’s topic, instructions on how to participate, and prize information, follow the link here! Read More →