Future Programs

Future Programs

Futures Programs

International School Of Business

Our traditional Bachelor of Science in Business Administration will give students a solid general education, a fundamental understanding of business concepts and practices, a deeper knowledge of one major area of business and an appreciation of the role of business in society both in the United States and globally.

Through the courses that they will take, they will gain an understanding of:

  • how goods and services are produced, financed and marketed in both domestic and international business enterprises
  • how economic and legal environments affect business
  • how ethical, social and political influence both profit and nonprofit enterprises
  • basics of accounting, quantitative methods, computers, and management information systems
  • organizational theory and behavior and interpersonal communication,
  • and, how managers, including senior executives, make decisions despite limited facts and great uncertainty.

Reaching Out to the World

RU Furture Medical Program





RU Hospital

Rhema University Medical Center’s (RUMC) goal is to provide the general public with 24-hour emergency medical facilities which will provide urgent healthcare, intensive care units, critical care including but not limited to those with surgical and ambulatory treatment and care.


This Level One Trauma Center will start with a minimum of 75 beds.  This facility will be capable of delivering the highest level of expertise and care in the shortest possible time, with capabilities that far exceed a non-trauma center hospital. From prevention through rehabilitation, RUMC Level One Trauma Center will be able to provide total care for every aspect of injury. 15 physician specialists will be on-call and available immediately at all times.


RUMC will be designed and poised to become a recognized leader in its target markets for its expansive line of medical innovations. In addition to becoming a health services cornerstone for the community,  this facility will provide employment for 300-500 individuals. The facility will be accredited by an independent, not-for-profit organization; The Joint Commission accredits and certifies more than 15,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. Joint Commission accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards.