Lead. Innovate. Make an Impact.
Gain the skills employers are looking for with a degree from the School of Business at Liberty University. Here, you’ll be taught from a Christian perspective, building the kind of ethics, character, and integrity that makes a difference in the marketplace.
Get your associate, bachelor’s, master’s, or doctorate degree residentially or online. With more than 90 areas of study, Liberty’s School of Business gives you the opportunity to customize your degree so it meets your unique interests. Get a head start on your Master’s degree by qualifying for one of our 3 + 1 business degrees where you can earn both your undergraduate and graduate degrees in just four years.
Learn from a dynamic network of Christian faculty who bring decades of real-world experience into the classroom giving you the type of practical knowledge you’ll need in your career. From here, you can take the opportunity to apply your skills in a business internship or one of our innovative centers.
Training Champions for Christ
The School of Business has several programs that are accredited by ACBSP or are pursuing accreditation. ACBSP is a specialized accreditation for business-related programs. This is in addition to other program-specific accreditation and Liberty University’s institutional accreditation.
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“Liberty developed and encouraged a strong Christian foundation in each of us, which we took into the business world. We try to put God first and honor Him in the way we do business, and I think that is why our businesses have been blessed.”
“Liberty taught me to find a way to add value wherever I go, to connect with people and foster relationships, and to be helpful beyond the stated ask. That is what I was told would take me further, and it has proven to be true.”
“I’m so thankful for the support of my professors and the faculty.”
“I think people locally will be really amazed with the talent they see come out of Liberty and how its rising entrepreneurs can be a strong source of job creation over time.”