When you earn a bachelor’s degree in business from Regent University, you will be prepared for business careers in management, banking, communication, marketing or human resources. Your education will blend modern business theory and real-world applications with Christian values—ensuring you and your peers graduate as knowledgeable and wise Christian business leaders.
The entrepreneurial focus of Regent’s business degree allows students to interact with small business owners and develop business plans. Our future business leaders will be able to create practical and innovative solutions to support entrepreneurial growth and promote human flourishing. You may choose to pursue your Bachelor of Science in Business in Virginia on our beautiful campus, or study online at times that are convenient for you.
Dr. Joseph Bucci, Assistant Professor, Department Chair, Business, Leadership and Information Systems: phone: 757-352-4553; email: email@example.com
B.S. in Business graduates will be able to:
Demonstrate the ability to understand and critique traditional theories and concepts.
Make valid data-driven recommendations to problems and demonstrate a persuasive and professional demeanor with the ability to work independently or within groups.
Demonstrate core business knowledge and skills within simulated and actual work experiences.
Articulate and integrate the pervasive and critical elements of sound biblical and ethical principles and a contemporary global perspective into managerial decision-making.
Business Degree Highlights
Classes integrate biblical principles with emphasis on ethical business practices.
75% of business faculty have a terminal degree and many have international backgrounds.
Internships are available through Regent’s Office of Career Services.
Study abroad trips are available to places such as Lithuania and China.
Participate in Enactus, a student organization formerly known as “SIFE,” which encourages students to harness the power of entrepreneurship to positively influence the lives of people and organizations.