Freed Hardeman University - Treasure Chest Yearbook (Henderson, TN)

 - Class of 1988

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Students Prepare to Enter tne Business World Jim Edmonds prepares to answer one of his students questions, Photo by John Bentley. Keith Smith pounds his point home as he iectures t h' -d' ' ' 0 is upper :vision ac- counting class. Photo by Nancy Ben- nett. 58 Division of Business

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, . Wintord Claiborne, MA. in Ed., Assistant Professor of Bible and Sociology ss fi , Q l F M S' wi P X 3 2 Earl Edwards, D. Missy Assistant Professor of Bible Dowell Flatt, Th. D., Head of the Division of Bible Sam Hester, Th.D.,' Associate Professor of Bible Gordon Hogan, Missionary in Ftesidence Everett Huftard, M.A.,' Assistant Professor of Bible Billy Smith, MA., M, Th., Assistant Professor of Bible James Tollerson, Th.D.,' Assistant Professor of Bible Clyde Woods, Ph.D.,' Professor of Bible A A The Division of Bible contin- B-ff ues to thrive and grow at F- HC. The first Bible chair in the schooI's history has been es- tablished. It is named in honor ,if of Hugo McCord in recognition T T of his scholarship and service rendered to F-HC and the brotherhood. A new B.S. ma- l jor in missions has been added and is attracting several stu- dents. Furthermore, place- ment of division graduates continues to be exceptional. In summing up the strengths and successes ot the division, Dr. Flatt commented that bal- ance and unity are the keys. The division strives to help its graduates apply a balance be- tween academic training and the practical wisdom they re- ceive while attending F-HC. Apparently they are doing just that, says Flatt, "By far the number one comment lwe re- ceive from graduatest was, 'keep up the good work. You gave us the training we needed."' Norman Hogan, Dr. Sam Hester, and Gordon Hogan relax in the Lion's Pride after a hard day's work. Photo by Nancy Bennett. Participants in the October Preachers and Church Workers Forum break from their discussions on discipling, church growth, and the unity rnove- rnent. Photo by Kelly Beard. Division of Bible 57



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l i Bobby Bush, Ed. D.,' Associate Professor of Business and Psychology Jim Edmonds, J. D.,' Assistant Professor of Business Vicki Johnson, Ed. D., CPS,' Assistant Professor of Business Judy McKenzie, B.A., CPA,' Assistant Instructor in 'Fw Accounting Keith Smith, MBA., CPA,' Associate Professor of Accounting Dwayne Wilson, M.B.A.,' Head of the Division of Business Q 'ra it,, , j l iulxll Van, i,, 1 4, D-"' abby Bush - a more relaxed moment. Photo by Nancy Bennett. The Division of Business repares students with the kills and knowledge neces- ary to provide them with ex- ellent employment Opportu- ities in the business world. A ariety of programs are of- ered, including a minor in lusiness administration for tudents majoring in other de- artments, and majors in ac- ounting, finance, manage- went, marketing, office management, agricultural usiness, and a secondary ducation teaching major. .L This professional business training is provided in an envi- ronment which reinforces Christian conduct and pro- vides a broad educational background in the liberal arts. The division is headed by Mr. Dwayne Wilson. The establishment of a Busi- ness Council was one of the most significant developments in the Division of Business dur- ing the 1987-88 academic year. According to Wilson, the purpose of the council's for- mation was to analyze and 'E , r we Mark Abbott contemplates the next move in typing. Photo by Nancy Bennett. evaluate the state of the Divi- sion of Business, attempting "to set goals for building a stronger program." The division sponsored sev- eral campus activities during the school year. These activi- ties included the fall Career Day program, which sought to help prepare students for the process of finding their first job, and the spring Free Enter- prise Day, which tried to help students better understand how the American economic system works. Additionally, the Division revived the Stu- dents in Free Enterprise pro- gram, which had been halted for the past six years. With 251 majors, the Divi- sion of Business continued to attract the largest number of students at F-HC. Wilson attri- butes this popularity to the "excellent job opportunities available to graduates of the business program." He says he fully expects these oppor- tunities to continue well into the future. Division of Business 59

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