Business Administration

The business administration program stresses preparation for a life of work and service in a vocation that brings glory to God. Students will become engaged in a variety of courses stressing theory, skill development and problem solving. Most courses integrate significant skills in written and oral communication. Several state-of-the-art computer labs are available for instruction and homework. Senior business majors are encouraged to take advantage of internship opportunities to provide practical experience along with classroom instruction and theory.

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Faculty

Business Administration Faculty

Dr. Norman Hope, CPA, CGMA

Professor of Business Administration
Ph.D., Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
M.B.A., Emporia State University, Emporia, KS
B.S., Manchester College, North Manchester, IN

Jesse Schumacher, M.B.A., C.P.A.

Assistant Professor of Business Administration
B.A. Anderson University
M.B.A. Anderson University
D.B.A. currently working toward at Anderson University

Charlotte Kennedy Takahashi, M.B.A., M.A.

Entrepreneur in Residence (Associate Professor), Business Administration
MBA, American Graduate School of Global Management
MA, Asian and African History, University of Colorado – Boulder
BA, History, Tabor College
Courses at the University of Maryland, Seoul, Korea

Careers

“One of the first and most important lessons that I learned at Tabor was that of differentiation. Tabor showed me that distinguishing yourself from the crowd not only brought success in the business world, but that it would also result in personal fulfillment. What makes the Tabor experience extremely unique is that it is able to foster this individual growth while in a strong and caring community of people who take the utmost interest in your progress. A Tabor education gives students the opportunity and tools to step outside of “average” and live distinctive lives.” – Brian Lachman