Make Your Mark

Make Your Mark

School of Business

In today’s highly competitive business environment, it takes more than just a degree to succeed. It requires business savvy, leadership and communication skills, and technical knowledge. No matter what path you choose, you’ll acquire the skills that will set you apart from the average graduate.

Undergraduate Programs

•   Accounting 

•   Business Administration  

•   Economics and Finance 

•   Human Resources Management  

•   Management  

•   Marketing  

•   Sport Management 

Graduate Program

Master of Business Administration

External Programs

•   Accelerated Instruction with McKendree University (AiM)  

•   Center at Scott Air Force Base  

•   Louisville, Kentucky Campuses  

•   Radcliff, Kentucky Campuses   

•   McKendree Online    

Mission Statement

The mission of the School of Business at McKendree University is to prepare students to enter a variety of occupations and professions or to continue their education in a program of graduate study. To this end, the School prepares students to receive degrees, it offers majors and provides courses and experiences relevant to current business practices in support of the mission and tradition of McKendree University.


•   Phi Beta Lambda     

•   Sigma Beta Delta

Pictures from 2015 Sigma Beta Delta Induction Ceremony

•   International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education



McKendree University has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education (IACBE), located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Olathe, Kansas. The business programs in the following degrees are accredited by the IACBE:

Bachelor of Business Administration

Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting

Bachelor of Business Administration in Economics and Finance

Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management

Bachelor of Business Administration in Management

Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing

Master of Business Administration

The School of Business submits an annual report to the IACBE which includes its assessment of undergraduate and graduate program success.