BACHELOR OF SCIENCE PROGRAM

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREES OFFERED

Educational Objectives of the Bachelor of Science Program

The bachelor of science program is designed to promote growth in students toward personal maturity and professional leadership. The objectives of the program are accomplished through classroom instruction, the modeling of professors, the expression of community service through the GO! Program, chapel services, and student organizations.

  1. To develop a sufficient understanding of leadership theory within learning communities.
  2. To develop critical thinking for effective leadership and management.
  3. To develop sufficient understanding of personality and developmental theory.
  4. To develop an understanding of management in relation to organizational change.
  5. To develop a sufficient understanding of basic business practices.
  6. To develop an adequate understanding of principles of finance.
  7. To develop proficiency in the principles and problems of marketing goods and services.
Foundational Studies

The bachelor of science program seeks to promote growth in students toward personal maturity and professional leadership within the context of a corporate environment, the church community, and the world.

Essential Skills for Vocation

The bachelor of science program seeks to guide students to understand, develop, and utilize the essential skills for Christian vocation in business administration and organizational leadership.

Personal Growth and Professional Development

The bachelor of science program seeks to guide students to develop lifelong patterns of continuing personal spiritual growth and professional development.

Major Concentrations

Both degrees in the bachelor of science program contain a major component. Students choose a major concentration of study to complete their degree. The two major concentrations are business administration and organizational leadership.

Double Majors

Students may choose to double major in more than one field of study. This requires the completion of all major courses (12) within each field. Typically, a student must take an additional 12 hours of credit (four courses).

Minor Concentrations

Both degrees in the bachelor of science program contain a minor component. Students choose a minor concentration of study to complement their major studies. The minor concentrations are: biblical counseling, business administration, Christian studies, and organizational leadership.

BACHELOR PROGRAM MINOR COURSES

(EIGHT COURSES REQUIRED)

Christian Studies Minor
Religion in the Public Square
Basic Bible Interpretation
Traditional Religions, World Religions, Cults
Spiritual Formation
Contemporary Worldview
Contemporary Issues in the Church
Theology Elective
Introduction to Missions
Biblical Counseling Minor
Introduction to Biblical Counseling
Biblical Counseling Ministry Development
Marriage and Family Counseling
Theology of Counseling
Medical Issues in Counseling
Crisis Counseling
Contemporary Issues in Counseling
Counseling Practicum
Biblical Counseling Apologetics
Literary Resources in Biblical Counseling
Counseling Theories and Issues
Christian Conciliation Procedures
Business Administration Minor
Introduction to Business
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Not-For-Profit Accounting
Managerial Accounting
Marketing
Management and Organizational Behavior
Strategy and Public Policy
Management Consulting
Strategic Management
International Finance
Human Resources Management
Organizational Leadership Minor
Managing Innovation/Change in Organizations
Individual/Group Behavior in Organizations
Change, Power, and Conflict
Program Development
Human Capital Management
Technology and Organizations
Leadership/Management Theory
Personality and Developmental Theory
Theology and Leadership
Critical Thinking in Organizations
Learning Communities
Organizational Theory and Development

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