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As a student in the Business Division, you will be challenged to lead in ways you never have before. That’s part of your calling as a Christian—to cultivate the gifts and talents given to you. Your professors are dedicated to finding innovative ways to tap into your strengths, from programs like Enactus that challenge your entrepreneurial skills to off-campus study programs that expand your knowledge of global business. All of this culminates in a holistic education that prepares you to become a faithful business leader.

Cecilia Calzada Munoz:
Transforming the Workplace

Cecilia Calzada Munoz (B.S. ’20) knows the importance of investing in your education. As a business administration graduate with a minor in creativity and innovation and business management, Cecilia wanted a career that combined her love of creativity with her love of business. Now, as a workplace innovation intern at Steelcase, Cecilia is changing the way employees interact and solve problems. She truly believes that God anointed her time at Cornerstone—through her friendships, the support she received from faculty and her own determination to finish strong.

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Cornerstone University is dedicated to continuously improving our academic programs to provide you with the skills needed to reach your career goals. Signifying this, our bachelor’s and master’s business programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.

Questions about the accreditation of Cornerstone University may be directed in writing to:
Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs
11520 West 119th Street
Overland Park, Kansas 66231
by calling 913.339.9356, or by using information available on ACBSP’s website (

The last review was conducted in 2019 with no negative actions taken.

Cornerstone does a great job of equipping and developing every individual into a knowledgeable servant of Jesus Christ. The staff and faculty care about each student as one of their own and desire to see him or her succeed.

Natalie Wynalda (’20)


Of traditional undergraduate business students from the class of 2022 were employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation.


Of recent graduates love their work and reported a genuine interest in what they are doing.


Student-to-faculty ratio with an average class size of 25 so you have the dedicated attention and support of your professors.


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