COB Facilities

The College of Business (COB) has offices, classrooms, and labs in three academic buildings: David D. Glass Hall (GLAS), Kemper Hall (KEMP), and Park Central Office Building (PCOB). The College’s Business Unit, consisting of traditional business disciplines is housed in Glass Hall. The College has two non-business units operating in other campus facilities.

David D. Glass Hall (GLAS)

When classes are in session, Glass Hall is open 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Friday. When classes are not in session, Glass Hall will close at 5 p.m. These operating hours are in affect through the Spring 2021 semester.

Some academic departments and offices have limited hours and/or reduced staffing. We recommend you contact the office or individual you plan to visit to verify their availability before coming to campus. If you need assistance please call the College of Business Dean's Office, 417-836-5646.

Glass Hall’s state-of-the-art facilities are home to the School of Accountancy, and five academic departments, including: Information Technology and Cybersecurity, Finance and General Business, Management, Marketing and Technology and Construction Management. Spaces within Glass Hall include:

Administrative Offices

  • School of Accountancy Department (GLAS 439)
  • Finance and General Business Department (GLAS 300)
  • Information Technology & Cybersecurity Department (GLAS 359)
  • Management Department (GLAS 414)
  • Marketing Department (GLAS 238)
  • Technology and Construction Management Department (GLAS 200)
  • Deans Office (GLAS 400)

Instructional Space

  • Auditoriums (4) – GLAS 101, 102, 108 and 354
  • Classrooms (23)
    • GLAS 226, 227, 230, 237, 261 and 262
    • GLAS 340, 342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347 and 350
    • LAS 428, 429, 430, 431, 432, 433, 434, 435 and 438
  • Executive Classrooms (2) – GLAS 353 and 487
  • Instructional Computer Labs (3) – GLAS 236, 331 and 467

Experiential Learning Spaces

  • BKD, LLP and BKD Wealth Advisors Trading Lab – GLAS 106
  • IT Infrastructure and Cybersecurity Lab – GLAS 388
  • Marlin Think Tank for Creative Thinking in Business – GLAS 355
  • McDonald Student Entrepreneurship Lab – GLAS 117
  • Tim Foote and Mike Oldham Families Peak Performance Sales Lab – GLAS 113

Student Services

  • Jack E. Weimer and Family Graduate Programs Office – GLAS 105
  • Joe F. Carroll Family Technology Center (Open Computing Lab) – GLAS 229
  • Ollis Family Study Away Office (International Business Programs) – GLAS 103
  • Sunderland Foundation Center for Academic and Professional Success – GLAS 276

Team and Collaboration Space

  • Team Rooms (4) – GLAS 115A, 115B, 122 and 124
  • Collaboration Rooms (3) – GLAS 352A, 352B and 352C
  • Interview Rooms/Team Rooms (6) – GLAS 280, 281, 282, 286, 287 and 288

Specialty Spaces

  • Central Bank and Trust Café & Einstein Bros. Bagels
  • David Glass Family Executive Board Room – GLAS 485
  • Jim and Pat Jones Reception Meeting Room – GLAS 486
  • O’Reilly Auto Parts Grand Atrium
  • Tim Foote Family Outdoor Terrace
  • Trevor J. Crist Entrepreneurial Terrace

Kemper Hall (KEMP)

Kemper Hall houses offices, labs, and classrooms for both the College of Business and College of Natural and Applied Sciences. The Technology and Construction Management Department (TCM) instructional spaces are in Kemper Hall, with the departmental and most faculty offices located in Glass Hall. TCM’s Interior Design (ID) program is housed in Park Central Office Building (PCOB).

Classrooms and labs supporting the College’s Construction Management (CM) and Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) programs are in Kemper Hall. Significant investments in experiential learning labs and specialized software provides CM and MET graduates with the knowledge, skills, and experience employers are seeking in career ready graduates.

Instructional Space

  • Classrooms (3) – KEMP 100, 102 and 205
  • Instructional Computer Lab – KEMP 207

Experiential Learning Spaces

  • Advance Manufacturing Lab – KEMP 107
  • Computer Lab – KEMP 126
  • Construction Management Lab – KEMP 116
  • Electrical and HVAC Lab – KEMP 123
  • Machine and Fabrication Lab – KEMP 112 and 114
  • Construction Soils and Foundations Lab – KEMP 121
  • Surveying Equipment Lab – KEMP 121

Park Central Office Building (PCOB)

Park Central Office Building (PCOB) is home to several Missouri State University Programs. The College’s Merchandising and Fashion Design Department (MFD) is located on the 3rd floor and includes faculty offices and instructional spaces, as well as the Interior Design program faculty offices, studio, and samples library.

  • Merchandising and Fashion Design Department, Administrative Office (PCOB 300)
  • Fashion Design and Construction Lab – PCOB 321
  • Instructional Computer Lab – PCOB 320
  • Lounge and Open Computer Lab – PCOB 329
  • Classroom – PCOB 324
  • Interior Design Studio – 319 (adjoining Levy Wolf Building)