Business and Accounting

Business & Accounting @ RMC

We Educate Leaders

If you envision yourself in the corporate world, as an entrepreneur, or as a leader in a non-profit organization, RMC prepares you to realize your dream.

Our business program is different from others because it has a liberal arts foundation. This assures that every student not only masters the area of their business concentration, but also becomes skilled in leadership, communication, and reasoning. Graduates leave RMC equipped with the tools that enable them to be effective problem solvers, ready to face the challenges of an ever-changing business environment. Business management graduates enjoy a placement rate of nearly 100 percent. Students who elect not to take positions following graduation successfully pursue advanced degrees such as a master's of business administration, master's of accountancy, or law degree.

"Being a Business/Accounting major at RMC is amazing. The mentoring and close working relationships with the professors really goes a long way. You get more than just one-on-one. It's more like one-on-ten because you have peers that you grow with in the program until graduation. So, there are always many hands to help you out. It's a whole different vibe and it's great."

Bilechi Sumaili

Degree Options


Business Administration

With three available concentrations:

Management, Accounting, and Small Business Management


3:2 Business Management and Accountancy




Graduate Program

Explore the Course Catalog

Featured Courses

ACC 478 – Advanced Managerial Accounting
A course wherein students engage in the sophisticated use of accounting information in decision making. Topics include relevant cost measurement, operating decision support, capital budgeting, profit planning, and performance analysis.
BSA 303 – Principles of Management
Students examine the management functions and basic concepts and principles of management, including planning, organization, coordination, control, job design, and human resource management. Topics in human resource management include recruitment, selection, administration of personnel policies, and dismissals.
BSA 347 – Capital Markets and Investing
This course introduces students to the fundamentals of investing. Topics include: markets, securities, risk, analysis of common stocks, stock and debt valuation and its effect on cost of capital, behavioral finance, capital structure and distribution policies, market efficiency, investment accounts, and tax strategies related to investing.
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Career Ready

RMC Business & Accounting students are prepared for a wide range of careers.
Read about a few recent graduates!

Effective Internships

"I interned as an Insurance Broker Assistant. It was an important step for me because it was a hands-on look at how things are after university. I interacted regularly with clients and underwriters regarding policies, explained coverages and liabilities to agents and clients, managed all company correspondence, and developed a professional rapport with clients and colleagues. It’s important to go through an internship before entering the workforce to be prepared for the actualities of a career."
— Karel Kaiser


Professor of Business Administration and Economics
M.Acc. Truman State University
C.M.A., C.P.A., C.F.M.
Phone: 406.657.1020
Office: Morledge-Kimball Hall 103

Professor of Business 
B.S. Rocky Mountain College
M.B.A. University of Montana
Phone: 406.238.7361
Office: Morledge-Kimball Hall 102

Associate Professor of Business/Economics 
B.S. Rocky Mountain College
M.A. University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Phone: 406.657.1174
Office: Morledge-Kimball Hall 106

Associate Professor
Phone: 406.657.1082
Office: Morledge-Kimball Hall 104

Assistant Professor of Business
B.S., M.Ac. Rocky Mountain College
Office: Morledge-Kimball Hall 105