Our business and technology students want to make a difference. Whether they assume leadership roles or work behind the scenes, our approach ensures that our graduates are prepared with technical skills required for solving complex problems, as well as the ability to think critically about their role in being a positive influence in the workplace. We do all this from a foundation of sound ethical, moral, and Christian principles.
- Applied Finance & Accounting
- Business Administration » accounting, economics, health sector management, international business, legal studies, management, marketing, secondary education licensure, sports management
- Computer Information Systems
- Computer Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
Our graduates are leaders in their fields, working for CPA firms, banks, financial service companies, healthcare organizations, and a variety of other companies, including some among the Fortune 500. Others are working in non-profit organizations and churches, and many pursue graduate school.
Supporting our classroom curriculum is an internship program in which students receive college credit while learning valuable work experience by working part-time at corporations, banks, financial service firms, hospitals, and government agencies.