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Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration

Degree Program Information

The Business Administration major is designed to prepare students with a practical understanding of the fundamental knowledge and principles used in general business practices such as business management, finance, economics, and issues relevant to interpersonal communication. Business majors will learn the principles of contemporary business practices within the context of a Christian worldview. The program integrates a variety of learning experiences to ensure graduates are competent and confident to operate with integrity in today’s competitive global business environment.

Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration

Program Objectives:

  1. Use critical thinking skills to identity and solve business problems

  2. Apply business knowledge from various business disciplines to plan, design, and implement business strategies.

  3. Apply biblical-based ethical principles and moral values to decision making.

  4. Exhibit competence in technological resources for business professionals.

  5. Exhibit professional communication using persuasive and effective techniques.

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Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration

Core Curriculum

 

General Education Core Requirements                                            30 Credits

  •   SPE106 Public Speaking (3)

  •   ENG126 Persuasive Writing (3)

  •   ENG220 Research Writing (3)

  •   HIS165 US History (3)

  •   HIS180 Latinos in US History (3)

  •   HIS204 World Civilization (3)

  •   PSY112 Marriage and Family (3)

  •   PSY101 Introduction to Psychology (3)

  •   SOC240 Introduction to Sociology (3)

  •   MAT163 Math and Personal & Financial Management (3)

 

Bible/Theology/Ministry Core Requirement*                                     30 Credits

  •   BIB110 Old Testament Literature (3)

  •   BIB120 New Testament Literature (3)

  •   THE103 Introduction to Systematic Theology (3)

  •   THE256 Theological Ethics (3)

  •   THE124 Pentecostal Theology (3)

  •   MIN155 Spiritual Disciples (3)

  •   MIN156 Effective Leadership (3)

  •   MIN199 Christian Worldview (3)

  •   Any other qualified BIB, THE, or MIN course

  •   Any other qualified BIB, THE, or MIN course

 

Major Core Requirements                                                                   48 Credits

  •   MNG 110 Principles of Management

  •   BUS 111 Introduction to Business

  •   BUS 122 Quantitative Business Methods

  •   ECO 210 Macroeconomics

  •   ECO 211 Microeconomics

  •   ACC 220 Principles of Accounting I

  •   ACC 221 Principles of Accounting II

  •   BUS 310 Introduction to Business Law

  •   BUS 320 Computer Application of Business

  •   MRK 330 Introduction to Marketing

  •   BUS 333 Introduction to Statistics

  •   MNG 410 Organizational Behavior & Management

  •   BUS 412 International Business

  •   MNG 415 Introduction to Human Resources

  •   BUS 417 Business and Faith

  •   MNG 424 Finance Management of Organizations

  •   MNG 423 Business Policy & Strategy Management

  •   BUS 430 Legal and Ethical Environment of Business

 

Electives                                                                                                12 Credits

 

                                                                                                            120 Total Credits

 

* Other Bible, Ministry, Theology, and General Education courses not listed above may satisfy requirements for the core bible/theology/ministry group. Please contact the Academic Advising office for guidance on what courses meet program and division requirements.

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Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration Degree Suggested Paradigm

Below is a suggested paradigm that will enable students to successfully complete the program within four years. The paradigms below are meant to serve the student as a guide. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that he or she is enrolled in the appropriate courses.

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