Bachelor of Science in Business Management

Bachelor of Science in Business Management

The Bachelor of Arts in Business Management stresses the development of communication skills that are essential in business. Students develop these skills as a result of study in logic, problem solving, and communication theory. Students gain an understanding of marketing, operations, finance, accounting and other business functions. The inherent Christian perspective requires that students develop the ability to make ethical inquiries, recognize social responsibilities in business environments, and develop tools and methods that reflect interdisciplinary approaches to problem solving. Students develop skills in group dynamics so as to be able to work effectively in cross disciplinary and cross cultural circumstances.

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree program is designed to provide students with a well-rounded educational experience that blends the theoretical and the practical. Students receive a combination of academic theory and technical skills that are necessary for today’s business environment. Following are the required technical courses for the degree. The BS in Business Management is a 120 credit our program.

 

[one_third]◉ Introduction to Management
◉ Teamwork
◉ Introduction to Mission
◉ Methods of Bible Study
◉ Introduction to Computer Operation
◉ Introduction to Human Resource Management
◉ Business Mathematics
◉ Organizational Behaviors
◉ Principles of Management[/one_third]

[one_third]◉ Fundamentals of Data Structures
◉ Managerial Economics
◉ Principles of Marketing
◉ Survey of Global Business
◉ Principles of Financial Management
◉ Strategic Planning
◉ Leadership and Management
◉ International Finance
◉ Business on the Internet[/one_third]

[one_third_last]◉ Understanding Local Leadership
◉ Promoting Asset-based Savings and Loan Associations
◉ Training Low-Income Entrepreneurs In Small Business Principles
◉ Cross Cultural Management
◉ Total Quality Management
◉ Business Statistics
◉ Culture, Policy and Action
◉ Economic Analysis of Development
◉ Senior Thesis[/one_third_last]

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