Crowder students would complete Crowder’s associate degree and then seamlessly transfer to Missouri State. After being admitted to the university, they will take Missouri State’s upper-level business courses at their local Crowder location. Classes will be offered at times designed to be convenient for working students. Missouri State's business programs are accredited by AACSB International, the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.
Students in the program will receive a broad education in all aspects of business operations, preparing them for a variety of entry-level management positions in both the private and public sectors. Graduates may pursue a wide array of careers or continue their studies in an MBA program.
Other joint programs with Missouri State offered at these sites include obtaining a B.S. in elementary education. Joint programs in applied science (agriculture) and in social Work are available also but only in Neosho.
Students interested in pursuing any of these Missouri State programs at Crowder should contact Missouri State’s outreach coordinator, Larry Nichols, at (417) 629-3941 or by sending an e-mail here.