Mississippi Valley State University

September 2, 2014

Message From Our Chair

Welcome to the Department of Business Administration at Mississippi Valley State University!

The Department of Business Administration has a rich pool of human and physical resources, facilities, and computer laboratories to provide a stimulating business training environment.The key to those resources is the knowledge able and dedicated faculty members who are committed to providing quality instruction to students.

 Housed in the newly constructed Business Education Building, the Department of Business Administration has six classrooms that seat 50 students, on 75 student classroom, two computer labs with seating for 40 students, a 150-tiered presentation room, an office administration lab, a reading room, student lounge, workrooms, and faculty and administrative offices.

The goal of the Department of Business Administration is to provide a high-quality learning experience in business education. The programs of the Department are designed to provide students with the technical skills and ethical values required for business careers.

The Department of Business Administration offers undergraduate and graduate programs: Bachelor of Science(BS) degree and Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree. For BS degree, students may major in two areas: Accounting and Business Administration. For full-time working adult learners, we offer Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with Organizational Management concentration. Each student, with the assistance of an assigned advisor, is responsible for electing course work that will satisfy the requirements for the degree program chosen. In pursuing MBA degree, students can choose concentrations in the areas of Management and Finance.

Mississippi Valley State University’s Department of Business Administration is internationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs(ACBSP).

In the coming years, we hope to increase the number of faculty and fields of strength, and to enhance our academic programs and collaboration with other units at MVSU.  Both on the graduate and undergraduate sides, we are trying to increase the range of concentration offerings.  We are developing programs to help our students compete for leading internships and private sector jobs.

It is an exciting time for MVSU and the Department of Business Administration.  We hope your involvement with us will be productive and we will stay in touch with you over the years.

Sincerely,

Jay Kim, Ph. D.
Department Chair