Dr. Dale B. Sims, Ph.D., Fulbright Scholar, Dean
Prof. Sergiy Saydometov, Associate Dean
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College of Business at Dallas Baptist University provides an exceptional educational experience in order to prepare traditional age and adult students for the global business environment. Central to this educational experience is the integration of the Christian faith and Biblically-based values with the study of the various disciplines of business. As a result, students are expected to develop into servant leaders who are able to make significant and sustainable contributions in their service to others through their chosen careers.
Dallas Baptist University's College of Business, which includes the Graduate School of Business, are accredited:
QUALITY: Our commitment to quality is made clear by the fact that the DBU College of Business and Graduate School of Business are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). This accreditation requires that stringent and ongoing outcomes-measures be applied to ensure that the highest quality in the teaching/learning process is achieved and maintained. Click on this link to see the combined and program level annual reports.
These reports provide information about academic quality and student achievement for the College of Business and the Graduate School of Business.
Dallas Baptist University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Dallas Baptist University.
Baptist University, through its College of Business, is
nationally accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business
Schools and Programs to offer the following business degrees:
Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) with majors
Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Hotel and Hospitality Management, Management , Management
Information Systems , Marketing, and Music Business.
Bachelor of Business Studies (B.B.S.) with majors in:
Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Hotel/Hospitality Management, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing.
(The B.B.S. is offered through the College of Professional Studies).
Master of Arts in Management (M.A.M.)
Master of Business Administration
Accelerated Bachelor's and Master's Degrees:
Accounting, B.B.A./M.B.A. in Management, B.B.S. in Business Administration/M.B.A., B.B.S. Management/M.B.A. Management
student who graduates with a Bachelor of Business Administration
(B.B.A.) from the College of Business will have demonstrated
competence in the foundational areas of business, as well
as the technical skills and knowledge in a chosen major area.
This level of competence in the business disciplines will
enable the student to assume entry-level roles and assignments
in their chosen career.
of Business goals are supportive of the Critical Performance
Indicators in the Continuous Improvement Plan by the:
Enhancement of faculty qualifications and scholarship;
Enhancement of business programs through curriculum, enrollment,
technology, co-curricular activities, and recognition;
Enhancement of student performance, satisfaction, and support;
Enhancement of our Alumni connection through support, involvement,
success, and satisfaction;
Enhancement of integration of faith and learning through service,
service learning, and an in-depth study of character/ethics
based on Biblical principles.
core competencies are considered essential for the student
to complete a program in the College of Business at Dallas
Baptist University . Every student who graduates from the
College of Business should be able to demonstrate the following:
appreciation of the importance of character, competence,
and personal faith in the handling of ethical issues
confronting business leaders and managers in today's
clear understanding of the role that business plays in
the development of the economic structures of the United
States and international markets.
understanding of the principles of the free enterprise
system and its relation with the legal, social, and political
systems and environments of the United States.
fundamental knowledge of the principles of the essential
business disciplines of accounting, economics, finance,
management, management information systems, and marketing.
ability to use business research methods and analyze research
data and information in order to develop business plans
and strategies and make effective and efficient business
practical understanding of the dynamic business environment
and successful adaptation to organizational and industry
changes as a business professional and resource.
written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree is offered
in seven major fields: Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Hotel and Hospitality Management, Management (behavioral management, general management, entrepreneurship), Management Information Systems, Marketing, and Music Business. Double majors are possible.
A 33-credit-hour business core is required of all B.B.A. candidates.
Students are strongly encouraged to seek the advice of their
academic advisor early in their program of study to develop a
degree plan and ensure the correct sequencing of courses.
The purpose of the MBA is to prepare students for successful and rewarding careers in a diverse, global business environment in which "intrapreneurial" cultures must be the norm and organizational complexity is a way of life.
The Master of Arts in Management (M.A. in Management) program is designed to provide the communication, leadership, and management skills needed in today's business organizations.
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