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Business Administration Department

Thomas C. Harrington Chair of the Business Administration Department and Program Director, Business AdministrationDEAR FUTURE EMMAUS STUDENT,

I am excited to share our program with you, and to help you understand how it might fit with your goals and interest as a student!

If you have a strong desire to grow and become an effective leader in either a business or ministry setting you will find our program to be an excellent option. In our program you will study the fundamental areas of business administration; you will interact with experienced faculty members, who have deep backgrounds in business, entrepreneurship, ministry, and in the study of business principles; you will be challenged in areas of ethics, biblical world-view and how the business world intersects and operates in society. Our goal is that you will leave here equipped, ready to serve and lead.

My name is Dr. Tom Harrington, I am the Chair of the Business Administration Department, and I would love to have the opportunity to discuss our program with you, or answer any questions you might have.

Chair, Business Administration Department
Program Director, Business Administration


  • The program integrates a serious Business Administration curriculum with a Biblical worldview. Key courses include Ethics, Leadership, Marketing and Business Strategy, among many others.
  • Our Faculty have deep business and academic backgrounds, and are committed to help you prepare for life after college.
  • A required Internship experience in the final year is a great lead-in to the job market!

“I chose the Business Administration program at Emmaus because it offered the best opportunity to prepare for a future in business, coupled with an intensive study of the Word of God. My time in the business program was special; the professors and students became a close knit family. My experience at Emmaus was invaluable, and after four years in the program I was well prepared to enter the business world with a strong Biblical worldview.”

Samantha Signer
'12 Business Administration