Students in the Business School have the opportunity to develop and use professional leadership skills in several ways outside the classroom. An active student research bureau performs marketing research studies for area government and private enterprises. A student chapter of the American Marketing Association and a local chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi, national business fraternity, undertake several service projects annually. A local chapter of Delta Mu Delta, national honor society in business, recognizes exceptional scholarship in business. As a member of either of these organizations, students will have the opportunity to build their portfolios and participate in service projects that will have a meaningful impact on the community.
Texas Lutheran University allows you to specialize in a range of business topics including finance, economics, international business, and even aviation management. If you're pursuing a different degree and just want to get a handle on the business side of your field, TLU offers minors in business relating to science, history, and the arts.
Business Administration Programs
Major in Business Administration for a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree
Customize your bachelor’s degree in business with a specialization in accounting, economics, finance, international business, management, marketing or aviation management.
Earn a Master of Accountancy (MAcy) degree at the same time as your bachelor’s degree in accounting.
Minor in Business Administration
Minor in Business Methods for Historians
Minor in Business of Science
Minor in Business of the Arts
Minor in Economics
Business Administration Faculty
Assoc. Professor, Department Chair
Professor of Business - Finance, International Studies Program Director