Division of Business

As a student in the Division of Business, you will be equipped through dynamic courses, interaction with the Grand Rapids business community, international study opportunities and a solid faculty who bring their experience right into the classroom. 

Majors

Accounting

Business Administration

Finance

International Business

Management

Marketing

Non-Profit Administration

Sports Management

 

Minors

Accounting

Business Administration

Economics

Finance

International Business

Management

Marketing

Non-Profit Administration

Sports Management

 

 

http://www.davenport.edu/portals/0/facultyresources/msb/sigmabetadelta.pngSigma Beta Delta- Business Honor Society

Sigma Beta Delta are the initial characters of the Greek words for wisdom, honor and meaningful aspirations.  Members are challenged to pursue wisdom, choose honor as a personal characteristic and chart a course of accomplishment and fulfillment. 

Sigma Beta Delta requires that members be in the top 20 percent of the university GPA, have a major in business, and have junior or senior status.

The Cornerstone University Chapter of the International Honor Society for Business, Management and Administration was created in 2007. The first group of students was inducted on February 28, 2008.

Family members are invited to witness the induction ceremony.  This event is by invitation only and is held in December. 

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It is the mission of Cornerstone University’s Enactus chapter to utilize the talents and passions of Cornerstone’s student leaders to meet the needs of today in a manner that is sustainable for tomorrow.

Awards Received:

2013 - Regional Competition Champion
2012 - First Runner Up (Regional Competition)
 2011 - Regional Competition Champion
2010 - Regional Competition Champion
2010 - Rookie of the Year (Regional and National Competitions)

 

 

The Division of Business at Cornerstone University has packaged our Management, Marketing and Accounting programs into a three-year format – something we call Business Fast Forward.

This accelerated program would be challenging to complete, but would save tuition from the fourth year not spent in the classroom. Finishing faster will allow you to begin earning a paycheck sooner, or start on a graduate degree.

The Business Fast Forward program allows academically qualified students to finish their BS degree in Accounting, Marketing or Management in three years. This will be done by students taking three courses in January-term, one in May-term & their internship in the summer.

Students who take this program are required to have already completed their required math and writing competences. These will allow them to sequence directly into later core courses.

 

Additional Business Program Opportunities:

International Business Trips

Business Events

Faculty 

Brad Stamm, Ph.D.

Division Chair, Professor of Business

Lawrence Bos, M.B.A.

Associate Professor of Business

Rachel Hammond, M.B.A.

Assistant Professor of Business

Scott Morter, M.B.A.

Associate Professor of Business

Shawn Newhouse, M.B.A.

Assistant Professor of Business

William Riter, M.S., C.P.A.

Associate Professor of Business

 

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