Major in Business Administration BS
Because the business program emphasizes the liberal arts, students develop the ability to communicate effectively and think critically–both crucial skills in the business world. Due to the constantly changing nature of the business, accounting, and economic environment, students learn more than the professional skills of the discipline.
While students receive a quality professional education, they also develop the ability to work in teams and to lead others. These skills are combined with learning about service and responsibility. By examining every aspect of our conduct through the eyes of Christian faith, the highest emphasis is placed on service to Christ and to each other. Students also learn the importance of Christians conducting all affairs, whether personal or professional, according to the highest ethical standards regardless of what others might accept. Business majors receive a broad foundation in management principles, and can choose to focus their work in management, marketing, finance, economics, international business, or international economics.
The student’s total curriculum will consist of:
|Required courses for the major but without major credit||6|
|Required courses for the major but without major credit:|
|BADM 45||Spreadsheet Competency||0|
|ECON 201||Intro To Economics||2|
|Major Courses Required||46|
|ACCT 211||Financial Accounting||3|
|ACCT 212||Managerial Accounting||3|
|BADM 212||Principles of Management||4|
|BADM 213 or
|Business Law I or Business Law II||4|
|BADM 218||Marketing Principles||4|
|BADM 406||Financial Management||4|
|BADM 481||Business Strategy and Policy (Senior Capstone)||4|
|ECON XXX||Economics Elective||2|
|Business, Accounting, or Economics courses numbered 200 or above.||12|
Elective hours may be used to develop a focus in management, marketing, finance, economics, international business, or international economics.
Business Administration Major BS, 46 Hours