Business Administration

You’ll be prepared

While studying a broad base of business topics, you will be exposed to a specialized curriculum emphasizing the study of information gathering, human relations, communication, production, and funding the organization. Develop specialized skills in customer relationships through the creation, communication and delivery of value to customers. Participate in self-reflection and evaluation.

An emphasis is placed on the development of effective critical thinking, writing, communication, and teamwork skills. This focus helps you prepare to deal effectively with critical issues in an ever-changing global business environment.



You will apply and hone your skills while here through client-based class projects, company internships, community service projects and working with student organizations.


Feasibility study provides Parker real-world experience

University of the Ozarks business administration major Quinten Parker is applying the knowledge and skills he's learned in the classroom to benefit Johnson County.

Students expand their knowledge at Paris School of Business

Nine University of the Ozarks students took their business education abroad to the City of Light this summer.

Management major Castro flourishes in Spain internship

Debora Castro took Europe by storm during the summer of 2015 and she'll never be the same because of the experience.

You will be prepared for self-employment or for an entry-level position in business and business-related areas.