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McAfee School of Business Administration

McAfee School of Business Administration

The McAfee School of Business Administration provides a strong, innovative undergraduate program to prepare students for leadership positions in the business community. Finding your way in the business world is challenging, but Union University will help you navigate your way to success. An exceptional faculty will equip you for the journey down the business path of your choice, enabling you to begin your trek as a professional with confidence. READ MORE

The McAfee School of Business has been recognized for its success in a variety of areas:

  • A 99 percent employment rate of graduates within the first year out of school, including local, regional and national firms;
  • Admission of graduates into competitive law schools;
  • Award-winning student organizations.

The School of Business builds its programs on a solid foundation:

  • A strong liberal-arts based core curriculum in the freshman and sophomore years
  • An academically challenging program which prepares students for a contemporary career in business
  • Relatively small classes designed to foster close relationships between students and faculty
  • Strong support to the principles of free enterprise
  • An enhanced international focus which encourages study abroad (with opportunities in Spain, Hong Kong, France, or North Africa) and enables students to concentrate in International Management, International Marketing, or International Economics/Finance.

Accreditation

The McAfee School of Business Administration is accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).

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Mission Statement

In support of Union University's mission, the McAfee School of Business Administration is a learning community that promotes business education in a Christian context. The school provides undergraduate and graduate programs that are designed to prepare our students for dynamic business environments through quality teaching with personal attention. Scholarly research enhances student education through the diverse intellectual perspectives of the faculty.

Distinctives

While the programs of the McAfee School of Business Administration are appropriately similar to those offered by other universities in the coverage of the basic business knowledge and skills, at Union University, they reflect three mission-driven distinctives:

  1. Christian faith, ethics, and character
  2. Collaborative learning
  3. Personalized faculty-student environment

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Programs of Study

Please see the Academic Catalogue descriptions for more details and a listing of minors.

Student Organizations

Students also have the opportunity to become involved in one of several student organizations in business, including: the Accounting Club; Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE), an award-winning organization operating as a partnership between universities and businesses; and Phi Beta Lambda, a national business fraternity.

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10/4/14 - Denis Bisangwa, senior business administration major, represents Rwanda in the International Food and Art Festival parade held in downtown Jackson. - MiKalla Cotton
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Denis Bisangwa, senior business administration major, represents Rwanda in the International Food and Art Festival parade held in downtown Jackson. - MiKalla Cotton

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5/17/14 - Paul Neal, business administration graduate, poses for the camera briefly before entering into Oman Arena for Union University's 189th Spring Commencement Ceremony. - Emily Stookey
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Paul Neal, business administration graduate, poses for the camera briefly before entering into Oman Arena for Union University's 189th Spring Commencement Ceremony. - Emily Stookey

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5/1/14 - Garrett Wilson, freshman business administration major, helps with face painting during a carnival held at the HUB Club by the Student Athlete Advisory Committee. - Jacob Moore
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Garrett Wilson, freshman business administration major, helps with face painting during a carnival held at the HUB Club by the Student Athlete Advisory Committee. - Jacob Moore

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4/29/14 - Morgan Kroeger, junior accounting major,answers a question following her presentation at the Scholarship Symposium. - Anne Richoux
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Morgan Kroeger, junior accounting major,answers a question following her presentation at the Scholarship Symposium. - Anne Richoux

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