School of Business
Welcome to Langston University’s School of Business. We are nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and are committed to making your experience at Langston pleasant and beneficial to your future career. The School of Business’ mission is to give students firsthand exposure to business practices and theory that will equip them with the skills needed to excel in the business world. The school provides students with a clear set of ethical and professional behavior expectations through a curriculum that exposes students to meaningful real-world applications. Students in the School of Business have several degree options, including: Accounting, Business Administration, Computer Science and a Master of Entrepreneurial Studies. The School of Business also offers the option of finishing a degree online to students who have completed 60 hours. I encourage you to take advantage of the many resources Langston University offers you. I am confident you will find your years in the School of Business to be rewarding.
Joshua Snavely, MBA, JD
Dean, School of Business
We will be increasingly recognized by our stakeholders for preparing our graduates with systematic self-reflection and development skills as the foundation for life-long learning and professional effectiveness.
The mission of the School of Business is to impart undergraduate business education, to synthesize theory and practice in the classroom, seek first hand exposure to best business practices and improve faculty performance as educators through research. Our mission includes:
•Providing quality, student-centered business education.
•Engaging in relevant faculty and student research that produces basic and applied knowledge relevant to business enterprise.
•Producing curriculum, research and outreach efforts that inform globalization, sustainability, ethics, and entrepreneurship.
• Optimally integrating technology into teaching, learning, and school operations.
•Engaging our diverse stakeholders to improve the effectiveness of our programs and to better serve our community.
•Seeking first hand exposure to best business practices.
•Improving our performance as educators through research.
We recognize the following stakeholders as significant partners in our success:
•Business enterprises, state/local/national government, and nonprofit organizations.
•Junior Colleges and high schools
•Alumni, friends, parents and donors.