Biola University's Crowell School of Business offers undergraduate, graduate and degree completion students a premier business education taught by experienced, professional faculty. While providing excellent academic preparation, Crowell takes learning beyond the classroom — teaching you to broaden your perspectives and bring important wisdom and expertise into your workplace.
The Biola’s Crowell School of Business will prepare you to be a successful business leader in your profession, equipping you with the skills you need to impact the world for Christ. Crowell believes the Bible has much to teach about all aspects of business — from finance to marketing — so every class you take will integrate scriptural principles and develop your Christian worldview.
As a leading Christ-centered university and business school, Biola and the Crowell School of Business are invested in catalyzing Christian entrepreneurs with a kingdom-minded approach to business. Join other Crowell students who envision business as a means to promote the common good and honor Christ through hard work, ethics and service to others.
Because you, your fellow students and professors share the same faith in Jesus Christ, you will have opportunities to discuss how a calling to business is a ministry to God. As a graduate, you’ll continue benefitting from lasting connections you form, as well as ongoing educational resources, networking opportunities and support from Biola.
With its comprehensive graduate and undergraduate programs, the innovative Biola Startup Competition and a growing number of partnerships with business leaders, Crowell is a rising leader among Christian business schools. The school has been accredited since 1997 by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), and Biola University is consistently ranked among the nation’s foremost Christian universities — including a ranking in the first tier of national universities by U.S. News and World Report.
Business schools and programs must have an outcomes assessment program with documentation of the results and evidence that the results are being used for the development and improvement of the institution’s academic programs. The Crowell School of Business is responsible for developing its own outcomes assessment program. For reference, see an excerpt from our Measurement and Analysis of Student Learning and Performance, and Organizational Results for 2011-2013.