School of Business and Entrepreneurship

College of Education, Business and Applied Sciences


Full-time Faculty: Gruhlke-Chair, Butz, Conrick, Corbin, Dragseth, Hanson, Hauf, Kass, Lowe, Neubert, Voutsas


Dickinson State University’s School of Business and Entrepreneurship’s Mission is to educate and prepare skilled, principled and entrepreneurial graduates who will have a positive impact in their professions, their companies, and their communities.

Participation in Writing Across the Curriculum and Writing in the Disciplines

By completing the designated courses for degree programs in the School of Business and Entrepreneurship, students will have completed the requirements for the university’s writing program as described in the Academic Affairs section of the catalog for Writing Across the Curriculum/Writing in the Disciplines. See the Writing Across the Curriculum section of the catalog for the designated courses used to meet writing requirements for your program plan. Course descriptions will also identify courses that are part of the writing program.


Bachelor of Applied Science

Bachelor of Science in Accounting

Corporate Track: Accounting Major with Business Core

Professional Track: Accounting and Finance majors

Bachelor of Business Administration with Major in Administration

Bachelor of Business Administration with Major in Finance

Bachelor of Business Administration with Major in Human Resource Management

Bachelor of Business Administration with Major in International Business

Bachelor of Science in Education - Business Education (Secondary Education)

Associate in Applied Science in Office Administration







Minors for Non-Business Majors


Business Administration

Business Education (Secondary Education)


Certificate Program

Human Resource Management

Certificate of Completion Program

Accounting Technician

Business Fundamentals


Marketing Concentration

The marketing concentration is an option that may be added to the following business majors: Accounting (both tracks), Administration, Human Resource Management, International Business, or Business Education.