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WELCOME TO THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
What makes the William Jessup University School of Business different than the rest? Our school is training the next generation of Christian entrepreneurs who are purposeful, principled and proficient. As you look over our programs, you will see our deep commitment to experiential learning through startup experiences, business simulations, mini-consulting projects and overseas corporate trips. Through all this, our goal is for you to “learn by doing.” Entrepreneurs are not born, they are made. For this reason, we train our students to think outside the box and give them a tool chest for taking a concept from ideation to commercialization. These are lifelong skills that will differentiate our students in the marketplace as they move through their careers. The secret to a successful business career is not selecting the right job or company, but knowing how to solve problems no matter where God leads you.
日本一本道a不卡免费The backbone of the School of Business is our outrageously talented faculty. Our faculty of entrepreneurial educators are committed to encouraging and supporting students through their academic achievements, vocational pursuits, and spiritual growth. In short, WE LOVE OUR STUDENTS. We deliver a high-quality learning experience that extends well beyond the classroom. Training the next generation of entrepreneurial business leaders is our passion! Become part of what God is doing here at Jessup as He transforms us for higher purposes.
MEET THE DEAN
Dr. Strombeck, Dean of the Business School is responsible for developing and executing the comprehensive strategic plans for the business school, managing and coordinating the undergraduate and graduate curriculums, hiring and training all personnel, organizing and deploying all school sponsored events.
Insights by Jessup Business Faculty
Jessup’s MBA Students Land in Top 1% in Business Simulation Challenge
日本一本道a不卡免费Every semester, Jessup’s MBA students participate in a hands-on business simulation called CAPSIM (capsim.com). Students work together in teams and compete against approximately 1500 other teams from top business schools across the nation including Stanford and Penn State. In this…