What does our department offer for business students at NAU–Yuma?
The Department of Business and Administration at NAU-Yuma provides excellent business management and related higher education. The faculty are highly qualified and fully engaged in a learning partnership with students. Students are the center of our focus, and our faculty are dedicated to helping you achieve your educational and career goals.
The Department of Business Administration and Leadership Empowers Student Growth
The degree programs provide students with the means to develop the following characteristics:
- to communicate business and related information professionally;
- to recognize and solve business and related problems in an ethical manner;
- to work well in diverse teams, including virtual settings (including leadership);
- to analyze and utilize financial information (BBA, LSCM, BM, and MGBA programs).
Mission and vision of our Business Administration department
A message from our department Chair
To achieve the department’s mission, we value and feature visionary and innovative leadership; lifelong student, faculty and organizational learning; ethical and socially responsible behavior; creating and improving excellent quality and value–personal and societal; and diversity of people and ideas. We are excited you visited our web site and look forward to having you join one of the programs in the Department of Business Administration and Leadership.
The goal of the department is to be a premier provider of Baldrige quality business management and related higher education with an emphasis on value and accessibility.
Alex Steenstra, Ph.D. Chair, Department of Business Administration and Leadership
Accreditation of NAU–Yuma’s Business Administration and Leadership Degree
The following programs are accredited by HLC only:
- Strategic Leadership (SL)
- Industrial Leadership (IL)
- Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL)
- Spanish for Business – Minor
ACBSP accredited program performance at NAU–Yuma
Graduation by program and year
|BAS in LSCM||18||29||12|
Retention by program and year
|BAS in LSCM||36.8%||49.0%||50.0%||52.4%||44.7%||13.2%||0.0%|