William Jessup University, a private Christian establishment in Rocklin, California, has initiated a Master of Business Administration program this year. To date, they have 30 students enrolled.

Head of the Program, Steven Strombeck, hopes to boost that number up to 300 by 2018.

Strombeck says: “We hope to have a viable program that not only offers the nuts and bolts of the business world to our students, but also gives them a Christ-centered perspective on business ethics. Part of their study will be devoted to the Bible teachings centering on charity and monetary stewardship.”

Strombeck spent a total of 8 years as a professor in Asia, first in Taiwan and then in Korea.

Most recently he has been acting Dean of the Business School at California Baptist University.