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Naraseeyappa Rajanikanth, Interim Chair
Department of Business Administration
In 1951, what then was designated the Department of Business Education began offering Bachelor of Science degrees in Teacher Education and Secretarial Training. As the needs of students and academic standards changed over the years, so too, have the Department's degree offerings and curricula. Reflecting those changes, the Department of Business currently offers three bachelor degrees and is staffed by 13 full-time faculty.
The Department of Business offers the Bachelor of Science Degree. Persons may major in three areas: The Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting; the Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration; and the Bachelor of Science Degree in Office Administration. The student, with the assistance of an assigned advisor, is responsible for selecting course work that will satisfy both the University's general core curriculum requirements and the department's requirements for the particular degree program chosen.
Masters of Business Administration
The Department of Business Administration officially began its Master of Business Administration program in the Fall of 2006. Today's multiculturalism, new technologies and globalization are significantly transforming American businesses. Reflecting these changes and the ever increasing educational demand, the Department of Business Administration, in conjunction with the College of Professional Studies, began offering a Master of Business Administration (MBA). The degree requirement is a total 36 graduate credit hours; 21 hours of core requirement and 15 hours of professional electives.
The program is intended primarily to meet the needs of the people living and working in the mid-Delta region wishing to pursue an MBA on a part-time basis. Thus, all classes will be held evenings and weekends. There is no similar program in the state of Mississippi.
For additional information on the MBA program, click here.