Contribute to the Bottom Line

Do you have a dream of running a profitable, growing, world-changing business? If so, a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration is for you! Become a valuable resource to enterprises (both for-profit and nonprofit) by becoming an innovative problem solver, project manager, and a critical thinker. Whether you want to be an entrepreneur or join a company and grow your career, our program prepares you for the hyper-change taking place in business today. You will explore all aspects of running a business including accounting, finance, and business functions. You will even try your own hand by running simulations and participating in projects and internships.

The C-SC Difference

A key advantage for you at C-SC is the real-world knowledge the faculty bring to the program, along with the experiential (hands-on) learning approach that is a hallmark of our classrooms. Our faculty have worked in businesses prior to becoming educators and provide you with a wealth of real-life examples. We understand what it takes to become a valuable leader, manager and employee because we have lived it. We have small class sizes which allow for personal interaction between professors and students. You will love our relevant business examples, case studies and simulations in your foundation and advanced courses.

“The faculty in the business department is comprised of experienced and successful professors both in their careers and in teaching. The business department continues to develop young professionals who possess the abilities to have immediate success upon graduation.”

– Cameron Holmes ’20

What can I do with a Business Administration Degree?

Operations management
Business analysis
Project management
Insurance & Financial Services
Sales & Marketing
Customer Service

3+2 MBA Program

Begin your MBA as early as your junior year.

Beyond the Classroom

  • Student Experiences
    • Sigma Beta Delta, International Business Honor Society
    • Phi Beta Lambda
    • Institute of Management Accountants (IMA)
    • Travel Study courses to China, Europe, Costa Rica
    • Corporate Experience class travels to Quincy, Chicago and St. Louis to visit businesses and discuss project management careers and product development
  • Professional Experiences
    • Exploratory and Professional Internships
    • Participation in Business Leadership Exchange programs
    • Attendance at local and regional conferences

Information About Our Minors


Pairs well with majors in Finance, Marketing and Accounting. Also pairs well with interdisciplinary subjects like Pre-medicine, Political Science, etc. because the minor provides an understanding of the basic functional aspects of running a business.

Business Analytics

Businesses run on data! A student with a business analytics minor learns to manage data through databases, ask questions of the data through sequential querying language (SQL), analyze data through data mining and basic programming languages, and then tell stories with data through data visualization. A student with this skill set becomes very valuable to companies and is highly sought after in business today. This minor pairs well with any degree from the business department.

Business Leadership

This minor is focused on developing expertise in leadership, the ability to influence and inspire followers toward a beneficial objective. This minor can be paired with any subject and is an indication of the student’s desire to be more than just an employee. Special courses in ethics, logic and communication provide excellent opportunities to enhance problem-solving and critical thinking skills.

Information Technology

The IT minor provides an emphasis on the use of technology to manage day-to-day operations of a company. This minor allows a student to learn basic programming skills and how enterprise management systems are utilized in business today. Data analytics and cyber-security are introduced to emphasize the importance of data management for decision-making and data protection for securing a company’s brand. The minor will pair well with Business Administration, research based positions in science and healthcare and forensic analysis in Finance and Accounting.

The mission of the Culver-Stockton College Business Department is to prepare business students of promise for successful careers or graduate school through experiential learning and corporate experiences.

The Business Department at Culver-Stockton College has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) located at 11960 Quivira Road, Suite 300 in Overland Park, Kansas, 66213, USA. Please refer to our IACBE member status page for a full list of accredited programs. To view the public disclosure of student achievement, click here.