School of Business

School of Business Student

undergraduate programs

The School of Business offers a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree with 8 available concentrations, a Bachelors of Arts (BA) degree, and an Associate of Business Administration (ABA) degree.

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School of Business Students

graduate programs

The School of Business offers a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with numerous concentration options, a Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) degree, and a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree.  

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The Splitter Report 

School of Business Newsletter

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Tanya Noah is the Chair, Undergraduate Programs and Assistant Professor of Finance in the School of Business at Lincoln Memorial University; she holds a Management with a concentration in Finance from Walden University. She is in her 14th year at LMU and her 2nd year with the School of Business.

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Justice Smith is a senior at LMU, double majoring in Business Finance and Criminology/Criminal Justice. With both of these majors, she maintains a GPA of 3.906. She is also active in a few clubs and organizations around campus. She is the Treasurer for the Student Government Association, which requires leading the Finance Committee. Furthermore, she is also the Treasurer for enactus.

Splitters in Sports


Graduate students with a Sports Management concentration and undergraduates with a Sport Management major were invited to attend “Partners in Sports Fall Conference,” hosted by The University of Tennessee’s Sport Management Department.

Preparing the Next Generation 

of Business Professionals

Driven by both a deep respect for the free enterprise system and the ideal of service to humanity, the School of Business at Lincoln Memorial University enables graduates to positively impact business while meeting the demands of a global economy.  Students at all levels are encouraged to benefit from LMU’s collaborations with businesses and universities – both national and international – to gain invaluable real-world experience and cultural and social insight, as well as the ability to acknowledge and address critical business issues on a global scale.  Graduates of the School of Business at LMU are fully prepared for successful careers in business, industry, non-profit organizations, government, and corporate communications.

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Aside from being fully accredited by SACS-COC, numerous program options are additionally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. Click here for more information on LMU School of Business's ACBSP accreditation.

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Business News

COVID-19 March 18, 2020

STATUS UPDATE: LMU to Complete the Semester Online, Will Not Hold Commencement Ceremonies

Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) President Clayton Hess has announced that LMU will complete the Spring 2020 semester online. LMU will not hold commencement ceremonies this spring. Degrees will be conferred on candidates that have completed degree requirements at the end of the semester.

LMU Law offers Joint JD/MPA & Dual JD/MBA program March 17, 2020

LMU Law Teams with other LMU Schools to Offer Dual JD/MBA Program and Joint JD/MPA Program

The Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law (LMU Law) has teamed with the LMU School of Business and the Paul V. Hamilton School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences to offer a pair of dual degree programs - the Juris Doctor/Master of Business Administration (JD/MBA) and the JD/Master of Public Administration Degree Programs. Both programs will begin in May 2020.

COVID-19 March 12, 2020

LMU To Transition To Online Classes After March 13

Lincoln Memorial University President Clayton Hess has announced that LMU will transition to online classes beginning Monday, March 16. All seated lecture classes will be moved online until at least March 27. Students should look for communication about individual courses from faculty members through LMU email.