The Department of Business Administration offers a number of distinct business administration degree programs designed to expose you to skill sets in high demand not only for business, but also nonprofits, civic organizations, military and government organizations. Effective communication and problem solving are traits that make for successful leadership in field.

business studentWhy Study Business at Lander?

At Lander, you will explore the art and science of business with a faculty that has both academic and practical experience. Through hands-on, experiential learning, business administration majors have opportunities to engage with outside speakers, work on real-world issues for real organizations, and gain valuable experience through practical teamwork.

  • Comfortable classrooms, small classes, Wi-Fi, student lounge area
  • 17 faculty, staff and administration
  • Approximately 450 students enrolled
  • Accredited by AACSB since 2003

Key Distinctions

  • Faculty - Accessible, professionally qualified, globally oriented Professors, 80% terminally degreed, academic and business experience
  • Professional setting – small class size, emphasis on applied learning,  active use of technology in classroom
  • Active learning environment – internships, project driven classes, EYE program


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program

  • exposure to the "real world" of business
  • interaction with businesses, business owners, successful alumni, and government and not-for-profit organizations
  • guest speakers
  • internships
  • networking with business men and women in a social environment
  • real projects for real business organizations

Our graduates leave the university with effective communication skills, technological proficiency, and problem-solving capabilities – traits that employers want in potential employees.

Lander business administration alumni find success in a variety of business and related fields: banking, advertising, manufacturing, retail, accounting, real estate, insurance, the U.S. Armed Forces, civic organizations, and governmental agencies. Others opt to continue their studies in graduate schools across the nation.