The School of
The Division of Business and Technology offers the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with concentrations in Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Hospitality and Tourism Administration, Management, and Organizational Management.
Students pursuing a major in the Division of Business and Technology are encouraged to declare their major as early as the freshman year and consult with an advisor from this division to ensure the most desirable progress.
The mission of the Division of Business and Technology is to prepare students for professional schools and/or graduate studies along with viable careers in business, including accounting, computer information systems, hospitality and tourism administration, management, and organizational management in both for profit and nonprofit institutions.
Cynthia Hester, Ed.D.
Interm Dean of Business and Technology
Office: (903) 927-3343 | email@example.com
Computer Information Systems
Hospitality and Tourism
Business Administration Management
The general goals of the Division of Business and Technology are to:
Provide students with the necessary tools and guidance in the concentration of their choice to prepare them for graduate and professional studies.
Help students develop an understanding of the world of business and the application of technology.
Provide students with the necessary skills to engage in professional practices in their area of specialization.
Provide students with the fundamental ethical and Christian values required for effective practice in business and related fields.
Division of Business and Technology Degrees Conferred
Wiley College, through the Division of Business and Technology, is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) to offer the degrees of Bachelor of Business Administration – Accounting Concentration, Bachelor of Business Administration – Computer Information Systems Concentration, Bachelor of Business Administration – Hospitality and Tourism Administration Concentration, Bachelor of Business Administration – Management Concentration, and Bachelor of Business Administration – Organizational Management Concentration.