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School of Business & Leadership

Welcome to the Malone School of Business & Leadership. As the dean, I am so proud and pleased to be here at Malone University and think that you will be, too.

Marj CarlsonThe School of Business and Leadership is governed by four cornerstones that support the overarching mission of Malone University:

  1. Highly qualified teaching professionals.As an undergraduate student at Malone, I was surrounded by teaching professionals who could explain concepts, and help me take the knowledge forward to apply the learning in the workplace.This is as true today as it was when I was a student here more than three decades ago.
  2. Learning rooted in ethics and biblical principles.Long before it was a common for business schools to incorporate ethics into their curriculum, Malone has integrated ethical and biblical principles in every aspect of training as an imperative for education.
  3. A degree from Malone University is respected and our graduates are sought after in the workplaces in Stark County and beyond. Our graduates have a work ethic that is consistent with the needs of today's marketplace. Organizations send us glowing reviews about our alumni and applaud their success.
  4. The faculty and staff of Malone University care for the whole person and stress experiential activism. Learning is more than what we get in the classroom or from an online class.Learning is about contributing, giving back to the community and beyond.  We help our students engage the world in which we live.  From campus organizations designed to implement community service projects to service-learning trips to countries that need clean water, we take seriously this calling.

Contact me with any questions you might have, as I would love to help you take advantage of a program that has changed my life and the lives of so many others. I often say that for me, Malone University was not a stepping stone, but a springboard into my future. Whatever you’re looking for – whether a traditional undergraduate in business administration, sport management, finance or accounting, to degree completion for the already busy working adult, to master’s level degrees in business and leadership – will provide a springboard for your own career. And your life.

Marj Carlson
Dean of School of Business & Leadership




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