"For us, as a family, business is our calling. Christianity, through the Anabaptist spyglass, is our faith. Through this new program we want to help other Christian men and women to follow their calling into business, so they can serve the world and the church."
— James Redekop, Redekop Development Corp, Abbotsford BC
"Teaching ethics and values together with business skills can be an important contribution of CMU. I fully endorse the teaching of business by CMU."
— Art DeFehr, President & CEO, Palliser Furniture
"Solid business education, mixed with leadership training and a strong dose of moral guidance based on Christian principles, is a recipe for success in today's business world. CMU has the unique advantage of educating students with a view that business is a calling—not simply a career."
— Curwin W. Friesen, President & CEO, Friesens Corporation
The Redekop School of Business is developing the potential of future business leaders to bring together sound business practice with commitments of faith, generosity, and service.
In and beyond the classroom, students explore the complexity of making wise business and ethical decisions. Teaching and mentoring by professors, business owners, and not-forprofit leaders, together with an entrepreneur-in-residence program, practicum placements, an on-campus business club, international study options, and the possibility of co-op experiences, build an enriched learning foundation.
Students are prepared for careers in a global business environment as they learn within an inter-disciplinary business program. They have the opportunity to participate in various international travel study courses that range from microfinance and development in Latin America to business in the European Union. Students will also benefit from an extensive network of international organizations that CMU partners with around the globe to create internships or career opportunities.