Most people spend 30 to 50 years of their lives working in
some type of organization – a church, a charity, a professional partnership, a
corporation, or something else.You will
probably do the same.
All organizations exist to transform ideas into goods or
services.They exist because the process
of transformation is complex, and no one person can do it alone. Managers need to work with accountants. Marketing specialists need to work with
managers of information systems. Lawyers
need to work with everyone.
If you want to contribute meaningfully to the fulfillment of
your organization’s purpose, you will need skills, and perhaps highly
specialized skills. At Hardin-Simmons’
Kelley College of Business, you will have the opportunity to develop many of
them. Some skills will be highly
specific, like the ability to read financial statements. Others will be general, but even more important:The ability to read and be aware of subtle
distinctions. The ability to write. The
ability to manipulate numbers and information.
Business majors at HSU experience a rigorous academic
program designed to prepare them for life in the business world.The Educational Testing Service regularly
places our graduates in the top quintile of all business-school graduates
To learn more about our programs, click on the links on the right side. We thank you for your
interest in Hardin-Simmons University’s Kelley College of Business, and we look
forward to seeing you here.
Michael L. Monhollon
Dean, Kelley College of Business
2200 Hickory, Abilene, TX, 79698
Operator: (325) 670-1000
Campus Police: (325) 670-1461