Business Management


Our Faith-Active Business Major is designed to:

  • give the adult student a Biblical foundation with additional emphasis in organizational and business oversight
  • explore ethical and moral decisions faced by leaders in today’s Global marketplace
  • allow you to study under experienced professors instructing you in the spectrum of business fields: accounting, economics, management, marketing, and technology.
  • develop decision making skills, build a strong ethical foundation, and enhance management skills

Graduates of this fully accredited program have gone on to provide leadership in the private sector and some have also pursued their MBAs.


Effective Spring 2013, our Business Management degree will be a hybrid program requiring 120 semester hours for graduation: 36 hours of general education courses, 54 hours in the professional core courses (including biblical/theological courses), and 30 hours of open electives.

The general education core will demand 6 hours of English Composition, 3 hours of Literature, 3 hours of Communication, 6 hours of Behavioral/Social Sciences, 3 hours of Science, 3 hours of History, 3 hours of Philosophy, 3 hours of Math, 3 hours of History of the Restoration Movement and 3 hours of Christian Ethics.

The Business Management professional core will consist of the following classes: Economics, Management of Information Technology, Introduction to Evangelism, Organizational Leadership, Communication for Leadership, Personal Finance, Business Ethics, Teams and the Work Place, Organizational Financial Decision Making and Contemporary Issues in Leadership. Some of these business classes along with some electives will be taken online.

Additionally, Business Management students will be required to take the following classes in Biblical studies and theology: Acts of the Apostles, Introduction to Gospels, Hermeneutics, Old Testament History, Old Testament Poetry and Prophecy, Christian Worldview,and Basic Bible Doctrines.