Bachelor of Science in Business, Business Education
Would you like a career where you see the results of your efforts? Are you interested in business, yet want the rewards and satisfaction from teaching others? Business Education majors will learn how to effectively teach business and computer classes at the middle and secondary school levels. Emporia State University is one of very few universities in the state to offer a program that prepares licensed business teachers!
What can you do with this degree?
As a Business Education major, you will leave ready to teach middle and secondary school students (grades 6-12) about the nuances of business.
How do you become a middle or high school business teacher through ESU?
The teacher education program available for students wanting to teach at the secondary level – meaning junior high, middle, or high school – is a joint responsibility of this department and the department overseeing middle and secondary education. Learn more about what is involved in becoming a middle or a secondary business teacher here.
See complete degree requirements for Business Education.
The BizHornet Center is a hub for business students that provides multiple student services throughout the year. The center is located on the first floor of Cremer Hall, room 128. The BizHornet Center organizes and supports a wide array of student services, including advising; student organizations and honor societies; scholarships; student activities, competitions, and celebrations; mentor program; and other campus information.