School of Business


The KCU School of Business stands behind our promise to deliver an exceptional education that prepares students to take on real-world problems with innovative business solutions, while remaining focused on character development by integrating faith and education.  Allowing student to not only prepare for a successful career, but also grow in their relationship with Christ and therefore also live a successful life.

We don’t expect you to believe it from us…just listen to our students!

The KCU School of Business provides a unique education, teaching students how to integrate their faith and to be leaders in the workplace, and to give opportunities for “real world” experiences. It is a close-knit campus family and gives you an opportunity to be challenged and to grow in your faith. In my opinion, there’s no better place to get a business degree in a Christ-centered environment.

Lauren Witkowski
BBA Accounting  ’12

Deciding on a university to attend can be challenging and maybe a bit intimidating. I am proud to be a Kentucky Christian University alumnus. KCU was the right fit for me, as I was looking for a Christ-centered career. Combining in-depth biblical study with practical liberal arts business courses KCU prepared me for the competitive workplace. Coursework is challenging and professors are engaging, often drawing from their own personal experiences. Additionally, experiential learning opportunities are readily available. Whether it was getting involved in Christian service activities or performing an internship, KCU provides hands-on, real-world experiences. KCU also offers a vibrant dorm-life and numerous student groups, creating a unique, close-knit community. I was able to build life-long friendships and ultimately find my spouse. KCU is much more than a great academic institution; it is a gateway to a better life.

Paul Krieg, MBA 
BBA Management ’05
Business Experience Manager, NKU

Investment of Time, Prayer, and Love

“I’ll never forget how the Bible and Ministry professors at KCU cared about me as a person. They didn’t just see me
as a student number. They invested time, prayer, and love into my life and my ministry, and I’m eternally thankful
for their influence.”

Sean Plank, Class of 2010

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