The most flexible of the business majors, a management degree from ACU prepares a graduate to enter any organization, whether it be a Fortune 500 company, a non-profit, or a start-up business. Many of these students jump-start their careers through a management trainee program. The management degree offers concentrations in business leadership, human resource management, and entrepreneurship. Each management major must have at least one concentration.

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Submissions from 2017


Gain All You Can, Save All You Can, Give All You Can: An Exercise In Giving, Kyle Tippens, Monty Lynn, James Litton, and Jozell Brister

Submissions from 2015


Congregational Aid: North American Protestant Engagement in International Relief and Development, Monty Lynn

Submissions from 2013


Extending the Conversation: A Network Analysis of Academic Associations in Workplace Spirituality, Monty Lynn and David J. Burns


Faith at Work Scale, Monty Lynn, Michael J. Naughton, and Steve VanderVeen

Submissions from 2010


Connecting Religion and Work: Patterns and Influences of Work-Faith Integration, Monty Lynn, Michael J. Naughton, and Steve VanderVeen