Welcome to the Business Enterprise program! Our courses in business, accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing, and business education will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary for a rewarding career. You may ask what you will find here to give you the competitive edge you need in establishing your career. The answer is a highly interactive learning environment featuring a variety of teaching methods with special opportunities for developing your business and leadership skills. The Ozarks Business Enterprise program features:
- A degree program accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education, the premier specialized, accrediting body for small to mid-sized business schools where the emphasis is on continuous improvement of our teaching based on outcomes assessment.
- A faculty committed to high ethical standards and to the development of your communication, human relations, and critical thinking skills in a non-proselytizing Christian environment.
- Opportunities to develop your professional, leadership, and social skills through our strong student organization of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda. For more than 50 years our students have excelled in state and national individual, team, and chapter competitive events.
- An educational emphasis on connectedness to other fields and areas of study.
- An opportunity for you to work with faculty and peers outside the classroom.
- A belief that the proper attitude and lifelong learning are vital to your success.
- An opportunity to learn different cultures in a comfortable, egalitarian, and integrated, diverse student body.
The Business faculty and I thank you for considering Ozarks, and we hope that you will schedule a campus tour and a classroom visit soon. It’s the best way for you to check out our program. Best wishes in selecting a college program that is right for you! May you enjoy many successes in your educational and professional pursuits.
Robert C. Hilton, D.B.A.
Professor of Management and Business
Chair, Division of Business, Communications, and Government