Business: Business Administration
The Business Administration major prepares students to serve in society and the Church. The major is structured to provide the student with the skills and knowledge necessary to manage an organization in the twenty-first century, and culminates with an internship that provides the student an opportunity to apply management principles.
Upon completion of the Business Administration major the student should:
- Demonstrate management concepts in an existing business.
- Evaluate a business idea and develop a business plan.
- Analyze a business operation and provide recommendations for improvement.
- Evaluate the financial condition and statements of a business and propose courses of action.
General Education Core = 46 hours
Religion Core = 18 hours
*When the student has declared a specific business track, a minimum of 12 hours of electives within the given track must be completed.
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Business and Government Department
- MI100 Introduction to Christian Missions
- MG215 Principles of Management & Leadership
- MG322 Business Ethics
- MG101 Introduction to Business
- EC101 Microeconomics
- EC201 Macroeconomics
- AC101 Principles of Accounting I
- AC202 Principles of Accounting II
- MG102 Principles of Marketing
- MG364 Information Systems for Business
- MG411 Business Law I
- AC222 Principles of Finance
- MG334 International Business Management
- MG426 Strategic Management
- AC351 Cost Accounting
- AC312 Intermediate Accounting
- AC352 Managerial Accounting
- MG125 Personal Finance
- AC451 Taxation
- MG326 Negotiations
- MG475 Investment Management