Undergraduate Programs

 

The Department’s programs are designed to produce individuals that understand and will apply sound principles underlying business and other decision making.

Students learn and understand m how various individuals within business or other organizations work together and contribute to the long-term sustainable success of their organization and society.

The goal is to teach each student to apply learned knowledge through use of effective communication skills, professionalism, ethics, and confidence basic to effective leadership.

Each student is prepared and encouraged to utilize learned knowledge to support business, educational, personal, and social improvement of the world around them.

 

 

Admission Requirements

 

You are eligible for admission to if you are a Missouri resident with a high school diploma or GED certificate and have taken the ACT.  Non-Missouri residents are admitted based on their high school rank and ACT or SAT scores.

 

Accounting

 

The Accounting program is designed to provide each student with the knowledge base necessary to enter the fields of private and public accounting.  As an accounting undergraduate major you will be prepared to pursue public and private sectors’ careers in cost, financial and management accounting and auditing.

The Department offers a Master of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Accounting.   This degree may be used to fulfill the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) examination requirement of 150 credit hours.

 

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Business Administration

 

The Business Administration program is designed to provide each student with a broad background in all aspects of business.  Students study marketing, management, finance, economics, and accounting. Students learn the basic managerial skills necessary for organizing and controlling businesses and other organizations.  Courses in this program examine different problems that confront administrators and managers in organizations and offers workable solutions to them.  Business Administration majors learn to analyze problems that face business and industry and make optimal management decisions.

 

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Business Administration Electives Effective Fall 2013

 

 

Business Education

 

This program prepares students to be caring, competent, and effective classroom teachers. Graduates that have also earned the Missouri Teacher’s Certification are qualified to teach business courses to grades 7 – 12.  Special emphasis is placed on keyboarding, accounting, computer applications, business communications, and other course related to the field of business.

 

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 Marketing

 

The marketing curriculum is designed to provide each student with both the traditional marketing knowledge and expertise associated with distribution systems, retailing structures, and inventory control among others.  Students familiarize themselves with essential marketing theories and how these may be used to achieve marketing effectives for their organizations in identified markets.

 

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Public Administration

 

Lincoln University is situated in Jefferson City, the Missouri State capital. The Department has access to different department and agencies of government.  Students, have the opportunity to study the development, interpretation, and implementation of laws and their effects on business, industry, and society.  Students also learn how law and regulation impact on people, markets and economic development.  They learn about the management of government revenue and spending, and the application of business management processes in governmental decision making.

 

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Undergraduate Degrees Offered

 

Bachelor of Science 

Accounting

Business Administration                                             

Business Education                                         
Marketing
Public Administration