Business Administration

Business Administration

Leadership Skills

Leadership Skills

Midway students have lots of opportunities to build leadership skills through involvement with campus organizations and internships

When you pursue a Business Administration degree at Midway University, you’ll learn the skills you need to become a manager from faculty who have been there.

Midway’s instructors bring their diverse academic and real-world experience into the classroom to help students master critical thinking, leadership, team building and human resources, quantitative analysis and strategy skills.

To better prepare students for careers in business, our program encourages them to get out of the classroom through personalized opportunities to take part in programs that include job-shadowing, internships, mentorship, job fairs, and resume preparation and job search seminars.

After graduation, Midway’s business students are prepared to find positions in office systems, general management, operations management, retail management, production management, quality control, customer service and personal selling. Many of our students also choose to apply to graduate programs or schools of law.

Course Number Name of Course Credit Hours

General Education Requirements


Major Course Requirements

BUS 230Principles of Management3
BUS 255Principles of Marketing3
BUS 313Business and Organizational Communication3
BUS 319Business Research Methods3
BUS 321Managerial Finance3
BUS 340Legal Environment of Business3
BUS 390Global Business3
BUS 490Business Capstone3
ACC 210Principles of Accounting I3
ACC 215Principles of Accounting II3
CIS 235Application Software3
CIS 330Introduction to Management Information Systems3
ECO 217Principles of Micro Economics3
ECO 220Principles of Macro Economics3
MTH 139Introduction to Statistics3

Business Electives

BUS 308Fundamentals of Ethical Leadership3
BUS 328Conflict Management and Negotiation3
BUS 405Leading Change3



Total Credit Hours


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