Mission Statement

Mission Statement

The mission of the business programs at Grove City College is to prepare our students to become effective and ethical leaders in business as well as in society as a whole.  This mission  incorporates the following learning outcomes:
     1. Business Knowledge and Analytical Skills Our students will possess the knowledge and analytical skills necessary in their professional field.
     2. Communication Skills Our students will possess the written and verbal skills needed to communicate effectively within the business environment.
     3. Ethics Our students will develop an understanding of business which reflects its moral and ethical responsibilities to all potential stakeholders.
     4. Global Perspective Our students will develop an understanding of the global and multi-cultural issues in the current business environment.

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Undergraduate Research Opportunities

​An integral component to an excellent undergraduate education, research opportunities help prepare students for top graduate and professional programs, as well as successful careers across a wide range of professional sectors.

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Minor in Legal Studies

Students gain a basic understanding of law and how it influences social and economic institutions.

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Current Students

​Each year, talented students from around the world bring their intellect, work ethic and enthusiasm to Grove City College and make the most of all the Department of Business and the campus have to offer.

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Minor in Business

​The minor provides students with an excellent grounding in the basics of business, economics and accounting.

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B.S. in Business Management

​The Bachelor of Science degree in business management is a 64 credit hour program that combines 43 credit hours of business core requirements, 12 credit hours of business management courses and 9 credit hours of interdisciplinary study in addition to the College core curriculum.

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B.S. in Business Economics

​After completing both major and core requirements, students are able to articulate and critique a variety of economic viewpoints and are equipped for careers in a wide range of fields.

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