Last fall, Cedarville announced the launch of the Beyond Startup Accelerator. The accelerator will connect student and alumni entrepreneurs with expert business advice and potential investment. Deputy Director Kyle Peterson outlines the exciting vision to establish the University as the Midwest hub for faith-based business development.
The Milner Business Administration Building has served Cedarville well, but a new home for the School of Business Administration is on the horizon, the Lorne C. Scharnberg Business Center. This expanded and innovative space will help Cedarville train and inspire Christian business professionals for the 21st-century marketplace.
Cedarville’s accounting program has an outstanding record of preparing students for career success. For many years, Cedarville students have achieved a 100% pass rate on the Certified Public Accountant examination. This Q&A with Cedarville accounting professors explores how Cedarville has performed so well.
The Lean Process Management class gives students the opportunity to look at a company’s processes to evaluate waste in terms of time, material, or movement, with the goal of helping that company work more efficiently and profitably.
We desire to develop a generation of entrepreneurial-minded business leaders using their gifts to promote human flourishing with creativity and enthusiasm. These business leaders will influence people that may never visit a church. They have a unique opportunity to stand for the Word of God and the Testimony of Jesus Christ.