Business Division Programming Changes

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In order to sufficiently prepare students for a competitive market driven career and/or graduate work, the newly formed Business Division is taking a deeper look at programs and offerings to insure attractiveness and effectiveness of content and degree majors for the 2014-2015 Academic Year.

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  • The existing tracks in Accounting, Business Administration, Management, Marketing have become independent majors as each have their distinct historical development, conceptual framework and knowledge applications.
  • New majors of Finance and Global Business have been offered in order to achieve market demand and a more holistic integration of global awareness.
  • All business majors are now being offered as minors; Finance, Global Business, Accounting, Business Administration, Management, Marketing.
  • The Business Department is proud and excited to be a new affiliate of the International Business Institute.

These changes now promote and fit with the Business Division’s new objectives and goals of growth.

Department Objectives

  • To develop proficiencies in applied and pedagogical business scholarship sufficient to pursuing a market-driven career and/or continuing education at an advanced level.
  • To emphasize and promote Christian ethics as it pertains to business activities, with the goal of integrating faith and learning throughout the business programs at the college.
  • To provide experience in the effective application of written and oral communication skills in the professional development of students both individually and in teams.
  •  To cultivate skills in critical thinking, problem solving, and analysis as applied to socially responsible business practices in order to improve society worldwide.
  •  To expand global awareness and cultural competencies in order to excel in the dynamic global business environment.

Core Courses (Required of all B.S. degrees)
AC221 Principles of Accounting I
AC222 Principles of Accounting II
BA110 Introduction to Business
BA231 Principles of Microeconomics
BA232 Principles of Macroeconomics
BA310 Global Business
BA315 Management Information Systems
BA411 Business Law
BA478 Seminar in Leadership
FN312 Financial Management
MK252 Principles of Marketing
MT212 Principles of Management
MT431 Strategic Management
Total Core Hours: 39


B.S. in Accounting
AC331 Intermediate Accounting I
AC332 Intermediate Accounting II
AC340 Managerial Accounting
AC360 Accounting Information Systems
AC419 Federal Tax I OR
AC420 Federal Tax II
AC445 Auditing
AC488 Accounting Internship
Total Accounting Hours: 21


B.S. in Finance
BA314 Business Ethics
FN336 Advanced Managerial Finance
FN341 Money & Banking
FN372 Global Finance
FN460 Investments
FN471 Financial Modeling
FN488 Finance Internship
Total Finance Hours: 21


B.S. in Management
BA324 Entrepreneurship and Business Plan Development
MT311 Organizational Behavior
MT335 Operations Management
MT362 Global Management
MT426 Human Resource Management
Six business elective credits (with advisor approval)
Total Management Hours: 21


B.S. in Marketing
MK320 Consumer Behavior
MK330 Sales Management
MK358 Marketing Research
MK361 Integrated Marketing Communication
MK450 Global Marketing
Six business elective credits (with advisor approval)
Total Marketing Hours: 21


B.S. in Global Business
Option 1
FN341 Money & Banking
FN372 Global Finance
GO320 Comparative Government OR
GO220 World Political Geography
HI/SO320 Seminar in Globalization
MK450 Global Marketing
MT362 Global Management
BA488 International Business Internship

Option 2
12 hours completed through International Business Institute
IBI331 Comparative Economic Systems
IBI339 Global Marketing
IBI350 International Trade and Finance
IBI390 Global Business Strategy
   AND
GO320 Comparative Government OR
GO220 World Political Geography
HI/SO320 Seminar in Globalization
Three business elective credits (with advisor approval)


B.A. in Business Administration
No core courses required
Only recommended for double majors

AC221 Principles of Accounting I
AC222 Principles of Accounting II
BA231 Principles of Microeconomics
BA232 Principles of Macroeconomics
BA324 Entrepreneurship and Business Plan Development
BA411 Business Law
FN312 Financial Management
MK252 Principles of Marketing
MT212 Principles of Management
MT431 Strategic Management
Total Hours Required: 30

Minors
Requirements for minors include at least 15 credits with a minimum grade of C-

Accounting Minor
Required classes: AC331, AC332, AC360, AC445, and either AC340 OR AC488
Required classes for Minors with Major outside the Department: AC221, AC222, AC331, AC332, and either AC340 OR AC488

Finance Minor
Required classes: FN336, FN341, FN372, FN460 and either FN471 OR FN488
Required classes for Minors with Major outside the Department: Pre-requisite: FN312 plus Finance Minor requirements

Global Business Minor
Required classes: MT362, FN372, MK450, FN341, HI/SO320
Required classes for Minors with Major outside the Department: Pre-requisite: BA310 plus Global Business Minor requirements

Management Minor
Required classes: BA324, MT311, MT335, MT362, MT426
Required classes for Minors with Major outside the Department: Pre-requisite: MT212 plus Management Minor requirements

Marketing Minor
Required classes: MK320, MK330, MK358, MK361, MK450
Required classes for Minors with Major outside the Department: Pre-requisite: MK252 plus Marketing Minor requirements

Business Administration Minor (for non-majors only), 18 credits
Required classes: AC221, BA110, MK252, MT212, and choose two courses (6 credits) from Business catalog listing with advisor approval


For any questions about the new programming changes, please contact Elizabeth Buckley at or the Office of Admissions.



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