New International Business and Ministry Degree Program Prepares Students for Worldwide Impact

International Business and MinistryOral Roberts University is offering a new International Business and Ministry degree program. The new degree will prepare graduates with Spirit-empowered corporate leadership skills, equipping them to manage people and resources in the global marketplace.

“The International Business and Ministry degree program will allow students to minister to a hurting world through business excellence and a deeper understanding of theology,” said Dean of the ORU College of Business Julie Huntley. “Graduates will be prepared to step into business or ministry leadership roles no matter where they are located around the globe.”

Students enrolled in the International Business and Ministry degree program will receive a degree in international business and a minor in theology. Available minors include: evangelism and outreach, missions, youth and family ministries or Christian apologetics.

Graduates may pursue careers as international business owners or with multinational, trans-national, borderless or foreign corporations as well as with non-governmental organizations and ministries.

The ORU College of Business is accredited through the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). In addition to this nationally recognized accreditation, ORU undergraduate students recently performed overall in the 89th percentile on the College of Business National Field Test, meaning they outperformed 89 percent of students who took the test nationally.

Students interested in enrolling for the new International Business and Ministry degree program are eligible for nomination to the Quest Whole Person Scholarship, which offers up to $20,000 a year in tuition. For additional information on the Quest Whole Person Scholarship Program, visit www.quest.oru.edu.

For more information about the International Business and Ministry degree program, attend ORU College Weekend March 5-7, 2015, or contact the College of Business, at 918-495-6555.