Management and business majors have a world of career options. Each one has special features to suit different skills and personalities.
And at Messiah College, you'll have plenty of reasons to be confident in your education—one that will prepare you well to compete in today's global marketplace.
Accounting (B.S.) — “Someone told me that Messiah's accounting majors pass all four parts of the CPA exam on the first try at twice the national average. Is that true?" Absolutely! And not only that--two of the "Big Four" accounting firms and many smaller firms actively recruit at Messiah. That's because Messiah's unique program produces competent accountants with the kind of writing skills needed on the job.
Human Resource Management
Technology and Operations Management
Economic Development (B.A.) -“What can I major in if I want to help people?” Pursue your passion for service as you lead the way toward economic, spiritual, and social well-being for communities around the globe. As an economic development major, you’ll spend time in the classroom working to build a foundation in economics, business, and political and social theory, while also spending time in the field traveling internationally, working on service projects and completing internships. By translating economic principles into real-world competencies, you’ll be equipped to build stronger communities.
International Business (B.S.) — “Our family business-selling landscaping equipment-has just expanded into Indonesia, and we aren't even that big." Impossible? Not in today's global village, where even the small business is going international. As an international business major, you'll spend 11 weeks in Europe and Russia with the International Business Institute, learning how to apply business principles cross-culturally. You'll also choose a developing country for a second cross-cultural experience. Embracing the challenge of integrating faith and business around the globe, our graduates are working in international departments of U.S. companies, in overseas organizations, and in missions.
Relevant Minors Outside the Management and Business Department:
Practitioners of BIS begin with a real world business or client problem and design, build, and
refine a system to solve that problem using data, technology, and a knowledge of life cycle
development and project management. The client may be a for-profit or non-profit
organization, government, educational system or a Christian service organization.
Enhance your preparation for work in the food service industry.