WJU’s School of Business provides opportunities for professional development in a business context through annual events.
The William Jessup University School of Business offers undergraduate and graduate programs and courses leading to degrees and concentrations. Below you will find a brief program description.
BS in Business
The William Jessup University Business program will prepare students for effective service as Christian leaders in the world. The program emphasizes Christian principles and provides training on theoretical and practical aspects of management and leadership.
- Non-Profit Management
BA in Liberal Studies & Concentration
Designed to prepare students for career fields that include teaching, teaching English abroad, leading church education programs, serving and leading on a mission field, coaching, or preparing for graduate school.
The program allows students to explore the social sciences, natural sciences, humanities and the arts through the lens of education and teaching. Students help to design their course of study based on personal and professional goals. The program is designed for students not seeking a California Teaching Credential.
- TESOL (minor)
- Bible & Theology
- Child Development
Master of Business Administration
The WJU MBA equips graduates to be highly-competent, principled and innovative leaders in business and society. The MBA curriculum is relevant, quantitative and applicable for servant-leaders in both for-profit and non-profit organizations (churches, para-church ministries, healthcare and government organizations); the ethical framework integrated throughout the curriculum makes the WJU MBA distinct and different on purpose.
Master of Business Administration-1 Year Program
The WJU 1 Year MBA equips graduates to be highly-competent, principled and innovative leaders in business and society. The 1 Year MBA curriculum is relevant, quantitative and applicable for servant-leaders in both for-profit and non-profit organizations (churches, para-church ministries, healthcare and government organizations); the ethical framework integrated throughout the curriculum makes the WJU MBA distinct and different on purpose. The substantive and vital management skills of planning, controlling, decision making and organizational leadership are developed and strategically applied throughout the program; moreover, MBA students are challenged within a dynamic experiential learning environment to be effective transformational leaders with a global perspective.
School of Business Advisory Board
Field Experience Memorandums of Understanding
The SOE has partnerships with 47 public and private school districts which represent more than 600 schools covering 13 California Counties. These partners support SOE students as they Observe, Assist and Student Teach in K-12 classrooms.
If interested in developing a Field Experience Memorandum of Understanding , please use the online contact form.
If you are interested in partnering with the SOE to support educational research, please use the online contact form.
If interested in committing to pray for students in the SOE, those in the field of education, and for the lives they touch, please use the online contact form.
The School of Education in partnership with and by the grace of Christ develops educators for leadership and scholarship regionally, nationally and internationally in order to make a difference in the lives of those they serve.
We develop transformational stewards to impact business and society.