The Business Administration major creates a host of wonderful opportunities for the student to prepare for full-time employment. Excellence in leadership is one of the critical issues facing organizations today. For-profit and nonprofit organizations rely on Godly and effective leaders to guide their organizations through the day-to-day challenges.
The need for committed Christian leaders working in for-profit and nonprofit organizations has never been greater. Excelling in business requires the ability to think strategically and to make tough decisions. This requires confidence in one’s ability and wise counsel. You will build that confidence with a Business Administration degree from Mid-Atlantic Christian University (MACU).
At Mid-Atlantic, you’ll also receive a strong Biblical foundation with a minor in Bible. Building upon that foundation, you’ll pursue a major in Business Administration. These courses comprise the professional studies element of your education – providing specialized courses to equip you with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to effectively lead an organization.
In the Business Administration program, students will learn management and leadership principles. Students will gain confidence in strategic planning, systems development, research methods, managerial accounting, ethics, spiritual development, best practices, and communication skills. Students will also grow in their understanding of God’s Word, and its daily application in the area of leadership as the student matures as a Christian leader.
Students successfully completing the Business Administration major will:
identify core concepts and theories in the topics of finance, accounting, marketing, management, economics, and business law
apply business management concepts of planning, organizing, controlling and leading in real-life situations
respond appropriately when confronted with moral and ethical dilemmas with the integration a biblical worldview
integrate a biblical worldview with business concepts, functions and strategy
Bachelor of Science Course Breakdown
|Required Courses||120 Credit Hours|
|Biblical Studies Minor||18 Credit Hours|
|General Studies||40/41 Credit Hours|
|Business Administration Major||48 Credit Hours|
|Concentration||12 Credit Hours|
|Open Electives||2 Credit Hours|
Students in the Business Administration program must choose from one of eight concentrations: