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General Business Major

Utilizing evening and weekend formats, the B.S. in Business Administration is designed for non-traditional students enrolled primarily through the University branch campuses in Mountain View, Salem, and Springfield.

The SBU Advantage

  • With our emphasis on a personalized, Christ-centered education and college experience, you will leave SBU better prepared to be a Christ-like servant in the business world of the future.
  • SBU's College of Business and Computer Science has achieved special accreditation through the “teaching-focused” Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs.
  • All of our faculty have work experience in the disciplines in which they teach and none teach in more than three subject areas. Two faculty members have received the University’s Distinguished Teacher award.

Course Information

The Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration is a general business program that requires completion of a modified College Core Curriculum (33 hours) and an additional 18 hours of business courses, as well as all general education and graduation requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree.

Clubs and Organizations

  • Delta Epsilon Chi (Accounting Club): A campus organization designed to foster community and academic enrichment for students pursuing degrees in either Accounting or Accounting and Information Assurance. SBU Accounting students benefit from a variety of activities and trips throughout the year. The organization name comes from the accounting phrase (D)ebits (E)qual (C)redits.
  • Delta Mu Delta: A national business administration honor society that recognizes and encourages academic excellence of students at qualifying colleges and universities to create a DMD community that fosters the well-being of its individual members and the business community through life-time membership.
  • Enactus: Formerly Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), SBU Enactus is a team of servant leaders that promotes free enterprise education as a critical means of preparing others to lead rewarding, self-sufficient lives in a global society.
    Working in partnership with business and higher education, Enactus is a global, not-for-profit that organizes and motivates teams of university students who teach others an understanding of the principles and values of market economics.
    SBU Enactus has won its regional competition 29 of the past 30 years and gone on to succeed at the national level. In 2013, SBU Enactus finished in the Top 8 in the country!


Available private scholarships include:

Gary and Jane Black Excellence Scholarship

Dr. B. E. Clark Distinguished Student Scholarship

Van and Pearl Clark Memorial Scholarship

Soo Farr and Siew Lin Lam Scholarship

Patrick Andrew Halligan Memorial Scholarship

Gladys Henderson Scholarship

Jack Henry and Associates Scholarship

Ruby Letsch-Roderique

Ralph Stufflebam Scholarship

Bill Williams Memorial Scholarship

Dexter Yager Business Scholarship

Special Features

Psalm 15: In an effort to encourage dialogue and in hopes of ingraining Christian perspectives in business and computer science students, the College has adopted Psalm 15 as a guiding principle for our students. The College is specifically dedicated to producing “Psalm 15 Professionals” for servant leadership roles in business and computer science. Using Psalm 15 as a basis, eight character traits that should be hallmarks of students and graduates of the College are Integrity, Service, Respect, Charity, Faithfulness, Truthfulness, Humility, and Perseverance.