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School of Leadership and Business


Business Department

James Stahr Chair - Business Division

Faculty

Patrick Alden, Brent Amato, Tim Carlson, Ciro Centrangollo, Michael Garrett, Keith Jenkins, Leslie Kruser, Anthony Sparks, Kevin Sullivan, Thomas Voigt, William S. Wilson - Emeritus.

The professors are not only eminently qualified academically, but have come from extensive careers with world-class organizations, such as AT&T and Servicemaster. The synergy of the program and faculty, consistent with Judson's mission, results in our graduates being sought after by Christian and secular businesses alike.

Students pursuing a business major and/or career may choose one of the following:

  • Accounting
    • Provides accounting requirements necessary to become a CPA and prepares students to perform the accounting function within different organizations.
  • Management
    • Provides a broad view of business with specific emphasis on the role of managers.
  • Marketing
    • Enable students to develop business and technical skills for a competitive marketplace that increasingly relies on technology.

Students pursuing any major at Judson may wish to pursue one or more of the following minors:

  • Business
  • Finance
  • Information Technology Systems

 

Department Mission

The department offers a state-of-the-art business program designed to do the following:

  1. Teach students the interrelationships of their business courses while helping them integrate basic concepts into a comprehensive system of thought.
  2. Provide broad foundations of business theories, principles, practices and ethics needed to excel in business.
  3. Build in students an analytically-based, questioning mends designed to make them competent problem-solvers.
  4. Develop personalized faculty-student relationships through mentoring, advising, counseling and tutoring.

 

 

Department Vision

The curriculum aims to teach students to:

  1. Strive to learn concepts of business as principles for thinking rather than facts to be memorized for tests and then discarded.
  2. Think in an analytical, systematic manner as they approach business situations and the problems encountered by growing, changing organizations.
  3. Accept change as an ongoing way of life and learn how to identify, adapt to, and create change with the goal of becoming "difference makers."
  4. Approach each business situation with a sound system of ethics and values.
  5. Strive for excellence in written and oral communication skills in order to compete with the best graduates of the premier schools of business.
  6. Learn hands-on, practical business techniques proven by practitioners in real-life business situations.
  7. Learn how to synthesize their Christian faith with their academic learning, to become mature, balanced, successful executives.

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