Studying Business at Louisiana Christian University
Louisiana Christian University’s Young School of Business is accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs. Louisiana Christian University is one of the smallest programs to obtain national accreditation.
The Young School of Business offers small classes – especially in the upper levels – and thus is able to utilize the case study method in most of the upper-level courses.
Consistent with the purpose of the college, the Young School of Business has a mission of combining a full-time, teaching faculty with an academic program that challenges the student in a community of learning. The School concentrates its resources on an undergraduate program that emphasizes teaching and a close, caring relationship with students. Learning and free inquiry from a Christian perspective provide an environment where students are encouraged to become sensitive and productive members of society, able to respond to the demands of a rapidly changing world.
The central curriculum, required of all students in the College, provides a broad knowledge and understanding in the areas of the humanities, the natural sciences, and the social sciences. This central curriculum requirement combined with the business core curriculum, required all business students, to give students a solid foundation in the liberal arts as well as the business disciplines.
Courses in the four areas of specialization provide specific skills for understanding and functioning in organizations and offer a basis for a lifetime of professional growth and development in a global environment.
Dean of the Ray & Dorothy Young School of Business - Dr. Michael “Kenny” Holt, 318-487-7130, firstname.lastname@example.org
Division Chair and Assoc. Prof. of Business - Dr. Adena LeJeune, 318-487-7422, email@example.com
Professor of Business - Dr. Arthur Mazhambe, 318-487-7650, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Business - Dr. Juan Castro, 318-487-7101, email@example.com
Associate Professor of Business - Mr. David Culp, 318-487-7561, firstname.lastname@example.org
The best way to learn about LCU is to see our campus and talk to our students, faculty, and staff. To schedule a visit, call our office of Admissions at 318-487-7259
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The Division offers courses leading to a Bachelor of Science degree with a concentration in business administration. Four areas of specialization are available in the departmental concentration:
- economics and finance
- general business
- management and marketing
The Division also works with the Department of Teacher Education to offer a major in business education and with the Division of History and Political Science to offer a concentration in public administration.
The School provides students with several ways in which to gain professional experience and knowledge.
Internships are offered in each of the specialization areas within the School. Delta Mu Delta, the national honor society in business, is open to the top 20 percent of the junior and senior classes.
Students are also able to do volunteer work within the community through the School. Each year, the School co-hosts an Economic Development Conference with the Central Louisiana Chamber of Commerce each Spring. Students participate as active members of the conference.
Students graduating from the Young School of Business are capable of pursuing advanced degrees, passing the CPA exam and joining the workforce. Examples of business alumni include: Alumni of the Business Program