About the Business Administration Department

School of Business: Business Administration Department

The Business Administration Department in the School of Business at Truman State University emphasizes both personal and professional growth. Students develop advanced skills and abilities by application of course material and through direct experiences such as leadership, oral and written communication, teamwork and critical thinking. The best and brightest students gather at Truman to learn from each other and from our remarkable faculty.

Academic Programs in Business Administration

Student-Centered Learning

We focus our resources on our students, offering you opportunities like our Undergraduate Scholars Program, professional internships with many of the same employers who love to recruit Truman students and the chance to study abroad to gain a broader worldview. These are just some of the experiences offered to our undergraduate students that many universities only offer to their graduate students.

The Business Administration Department emphasizes both personal and professional growth. Students develop advanced skills and abilities by application of course material and through direct experiences such as leadership, oral and written communication, teamwork and critical thinking. The best and brightest students gather at Truman to learn from each other and from our remarkable faculty.

Study Abroad Spotlight: Danika Eaker, Junior Accounting and Business Administration Major (Finance Concentration)Study Abroad Spotlight: Danika Eaker, Junior Accounting and Business Administration Major (Finance Concentration)

December 6, 2018

Danika Eaker had the opportunity to study abroad this semester at Edge Hill University in England.  Danika says, “I knew that studying abroad would be a life-changing experience, but I didn’t foresee just how powerful an impact it would have on me. I love the opportunity that living here has given me to learn, grow, […]

International Business Scholar Speaks to Students and FacultyInternational Business Scholar Speaks to Students and Faculty

December 3, 2018

Dr. Bill Newburry (’87), Chair of the Department of International Business and the Ryder Eminent Scholar of Global Business at Florida International University spoke to students in the International Financial Management class on Friday, November 30.  He talked with the students about information collected from interviews with executives of Chinese multinational companies.  The information will […]

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