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.
|Required Courses||–||120/121 Semester Hours|
|General Studies||–||37/38 Semester Hours|
|Business Administration major||–||48 Semester Hours|
|Biblical Studies minor||–||18 Semester Hours|
|Open Electives||–||17 Semester Hours|
|Suggested Course Sequence|
Students completing the Business Administration major will:
1) identify core concepts and theories in the topics of finance, accounting, marketing, management, economics, and business law;
2) apply business management concepts of planning, organizing, controlling and leading in real-life situations;
3) respond appropriately when confronted with moral and ethical dilemmas with the integration a biblical worldview;
4) integrate a Biblical worldview with business concepts, functions and strategy.