FROST 00042Leadership roles in business and other organizations require carefully developed skills.

As part of Bethany College’s Business Department, you will have the opportunity to develop intellectual and practical skills that will serve you well throughout your lifetime and provide a basis for building a successful career.

We believe in active learning. By combining classes, experience, interaction and participation, we help you internalize what you are learning. Our goal is to help you apply your knowledge and skills to business situations and carry these methods and processes into your career.

Bethany’s faculty is committed to your success. Our average student-faculty ratio is 13:1, which allows us time to get to know you and become partners with you in your education.


Majors

Accounting
Business Administration
Business Economics
Business Education Teaching 6-12
Finance
Management
Management with International Management Concentration
Marketing
Marketing with Emphasis in Network Marketing
Operations Management
Sports Management


Minors

Business
Computer Applications


Resources

Business Brochure


Department Chair

Greg LeGault, M.F.A.

Chair of the Department of Theatre Associate Professor of Theatre
Office Presser Hall 6 Department of Theatre Phone: 785.227.3380, x8257 Work Fax: (785) 227-2860
Photo of Greg LeGault , M.F.A.

Biography

Greg LeGault is an associate professor of theatre at Bethany College. A member of the Bethany College faculty since 2000, LeGault is artistic director of Bethany College Theatre and teaches courses in acting, oral interpretation, playwriting, theatre history, set design, and directing.  He is currently serving as chair of the English, Theatre and Communications Department.

His plays have been performed in a number of venues, including Strawdog Theatre in Chicago and the Orlando Fringe Festival. His full-length play “Masterpiece” was produced in the Southern Illinois University Playwrights’ Workshop.  A one-act version of the play received the Christian M. Moe Playwriting Award for Best Short Play. “In the Wake,” co-written with Michael Speller, was a play lab selection at the 2009 Great Plains Theatre Conference in Omaha.

LeGault has over 25 years of experience in acting, directing and set design.  He earned his M.F.A. in Playwriting from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, an M.A. in Theatre History and Criticism from Ohio University, Athens, and a B.A. in Theatre Arts with a Performance Emphasis from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

ROBERT CARLSON, M.B.A.

alumni-ud

Provost & Dean of the College
Chair of the Department of Business
Professor of Business

OFFICE
Wallerstedt Social Science Center 1
Wallerstedt Learning Center 133A

PHONE
(785) 227-3380, ext. 8167

EMAIL
carlsonr@bethanylb.edu

DAVID FROST, M.S.

alumni-ud

Assistant Professor of Business

OFFICE
Social Science Center 26
Department of Business

PHONE
(785) 227-3380, ext. 8173

EMAIL
frostd@bethanylb.edu

JENNI KINNAIRD, PH.D.

alumni-ud

Assistant Professor of Business
Director of Online & Outreach Education
Co-Chair of Business Department

OFFICE
Wallerstedt Social Science Center
Department of Business

PHONE
(785) 227-3380, ext. 8168

EMAIL
kinnairdj@bethanylb.edu

ANGELA MARTIN

alumni-ud

Controller
Assistant Professor of Business

OFFICE
Social Science Center 23
Wallerstedt Social Science Center

OFFICE
Presser Hall 112

PHONE
(785) 227-3380, ext. 8214

PHONE
(785) 227-3380, ext. 8119

EMAIL
martinar@bethanylb.edu

DIANE MILLER

alumni-ud

Adjunct Instructor of Business

OFFICE
Wallerstedt Social Science Center 19
Department of Business

PHONE
(785) 227-3380, ext. 8190

EMAIL
millerd@bethanylb.edu

DUKE ROGERS, PH.D.

alumni-ud

Assistant Professor of Business & Economics
Co-Chair of Business Department

OFFICE
Wallerstedt Social Science Center 4
Department of Business

PHONE
(785) 227-3380, ext. 8357

EMAIL
rogersk@bethanylb.edu