Your Future in the Global Marketplace

At Charleston Southern University, the Bachelor of Business Administration in global marketplace engagement is for any student who wants to develop skills in business and be able to use them in business-as-mission in the local, domestic or global marketplace. The degree program is perfect for learners who want to know more about how their interest in business can complement an interest in ministry, or vice versa. An understanding of global marketplace engagement is an asset to any manager or minister interested in mission related activities where business acumen is important to successful leadership.

This is a joint program between the Nielsen College of Business and College of Christian Studies.


Charleston Southern University’s accreditation can be found here.

CSU has specialized accreditation for its Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Business Administration degrees through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE).

Why a BBA from CSU?

Examine and tackle real-life projects in the classroom, learn from faculty with experiential knowledge, and gain internship experience — all which will prepare you to graduate well-equipped to be a world changer in corporations, nonprofit organizations (like churches), and government.

As an Global Marketplace Engagement major, you’ll take courses like…

  • The World of Business
  • Business Ethics
  • International Business
  • Hermeneutics
  • World Religions
  • Leadership

Graduates are equipped for a variety of career paths.

  • International Business Consultant
  • Research and Development
  • Marketing
  • Church Planting
  • Missions
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The Nielsen College of Business

Charleston Southern University’s Nielsen College of Business offers a unique perspective on business and quality educational opportunities through: Christian worldview and faith integration; low student to faculty ratio; personal attention from faculty and staff; outstanding internship program; networking within the community; and professionalism throughout the program.

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Jones Hall

Jones Hall houses the offices of the president, the vice president for academic affairs and the Nielsen College of Business. Named for Clif S. Jones.