Business Administration - Overview

Whether the organization is public, private for-profit or non-profit, leading an organization requires a broad range of knowledge and skills. Students majoring in Business Administration will develop abilities to assess organizations and develop strategic abilities and innovative solutions to equip people within the organization to help it achieve its mission. Students will develop oral and written communication skills, discuss aspects of personal leadership, and learn basic marketing, managerial accounting principles, understand theories regarding organizational development, and apply best practices in directing an organization through strategic planning.

What can I do with a Bachelor of Science: Business Administration and a minor in Biblical Studies?

According to the NACE Research: Job Outlook Report for 2012, leadership is one of the top qualities employers look for when making hiring decisions. With a bachelor's degree in business administration, you can work in a range of fields:

  • Human Resources
  • Management
  • Quality Control
  • Training
  • Sales Manager
  • Entrepreneur
  • Non-profit Executive
  • Church Operations Manager


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Follow the links to learn about the specifics of the BS: Business Administration
Learning Outcomes and Overview of the Degree
Course Schedule and Check List
University Catalog


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Industry Highlights

  • Employment of administrative services managers projected to grow by 15% through 2020
  • Employment of medical and health services managers expected to grow by 22% through 2020
  • Leadership, communication, and ability to work in teams are the top skills employers are looking for in a candidate
Information from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; NACE Job Outlook Report 2012