The School of Business Administration offers high quality education in business at the bachelor’s and master’s levels to all who qualify, both church members and others of goodwill. We emphasize excellence in teaching in our disciplines, challenging students to search for knowledge and for that wisdom illumined by Christian insight in preparation for service to the world.
The school traces its origin to 1908 with the establishment of the Commercial Department of Emmanuel Missionary College. In 1952 all business instruction was organized into the Department of Business Administration. MBA candidates were admitted to the graduate program in 1964.
In July 1980, the School of Business Administration was organized, becoming the third professional school of the university. The school is housed in Chan Shun Hall.
The School of Business Administration is committed to promoting a higher ethical standard for its graduating students. Ethics is learned in various classes throughout the course of study, with an ethics oath taken at the end of their program. This oath is available to graduating students wishing to participate in a higher ethical standard of professional conduct.