The Harris College of Business and Executive Education at Faulkner University integrates the values of the Christian faith throughout every degree program. Along with high-quality business and innovative executive education, they place great value on the importance of every student, developing leaders, building life-long relationships, a strong curriculum, and flexible schedules “anchored by intellect, character, and service.”
Undergraduate students can pursue a Bachelor in Accounting, Business Administration, Management, and Management Information Systems. Students who have already completed two years can pursue an Executive Bachelor of Business Administration, an Executive Bachelor of Science in Business, or a Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management, where most classes can be completed in the evenings or on weekends. Graduate students can complete a Master of Science in Management or an Executive Master of Business Administration degree. There is a Great Books Honors track that undergraduates can partake in, that integrates into their degree path, where they will read Western culture books and reflect and discuss with other students. Many students need financial assistance to obtain higher education. Faulkner offers many scholarships and grants, including the Founder’s Award, Trustee’s Award, President’s Award, Dean’s Award, Faulkner Merit Award, National Merit Finalist/Semi-Finalist Scholarship, Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship, University Grant, Christian Camp Award, Business Student Awards, Christian High School Award, and Alumni Sibling Award. There are also work-study opportunities. The Faulkner International Program can allow business students to enhance their global perspective by traveling with Faulkner faculty to Tuscany, where they can also experience what it’s like to live out a Christian faith.
It is highly encouraged that students get involved in clubs and organizations to round out their education better. The Student Government Association is an excellent way for business students to influence the decisions made at the university and to help protect the relationships and sustain unity between the university and the students. There are several social clubs, including Epsilon Phi Upsilon, Kappa Sigma Phi, Sigma Psi Chi, Chi Omicron Chi, Delta Xi Omega, and Phi Lambda, that enhance their experience through building a relational network of peers, growing as an individual, and partaking in Christian service events. The Institute of Faith and the Academy help business students learn how to best serve in Christian and non-Christian business environments through providing a yearly spring conference, a biannual journal, and monthly events for development. The Academic Center for Excellence delivers free academic resources such as study spaces, computers and printers, peer tutoring, and more. There is also free online tutoring through the TutorMe program. Student Services provide Career Services, the Center for Disability Services, and the Student Success Office.
Harris offers a Bachelor in Business, Bachelor in Human Resource Management, Executive MBA, and Master in Management degree programs in a flexible and convenient online format.