The business department instills in its students a Christian foundation for making business decisions. Our goal is not just to train business people, but to educate the heart and mind – to help you become an effective steward.
We offer degrees in:
- Business Management
- Economics and Finance
- Entrepreneurial Small Business Management
Huntington also offers an interdisciplinary degree in Music Business.
Real world experience
It is essential that business students get "real-world" experience while studying in the program. Huntington offers several opportunities through practicums, internships, and job shadowing.
In addition, the University's Enterprise Resource Center assists Huntington University students with meaningful experiences by connecting them with area businesses, not-for-profit organizations, social service agencies, churches, and local governments.
Through our Executive-in-Residence Program and Visiting Executive Seminars, you will have opportunities to wrestle with contemporary business issues alongside fellow students, faculty, and regional business leaders.
Cassie Screeton had the opportunity to intern with the Super Bowl committee. What can you do?
Read about HU's first business venture, Clear Elevation.
The opening of Clear Elevation was the first step.
What does a church-funded village school in Sierra Leone have in common with an American college-based counseling center and an international trade and craft support organization?
They are all involved with and assisted by Clear Insights, an entirely student-led business services company.
Launched in 2015 by students and advisory professors, Clear Insights holds the distinction of being Huntington University’s first completely student-led, profit-based…
When Christen Batt visited Huntington University, she knew that she had found home. Her years in Hardy Hall built a family, and times in the classroom created a career. “It was actually a feeling that I had when I came to visit,” said Batt, a 2011 business management major with minors in marketing and accounting. “I could just feel that it was different than other places I had visited.”
McPherren returned to her alma mater to join the business department faculty in 1981. She has also assisted the university in various academic and administrative endeavors serving as assistant to the Academic Dean, department and Division head, and currently as Vice President for Strategy & Graduate/Adult Programs.