BS in Business Management CAL

The BS in Business Management provides the necessary the management, interpersonal, and technical skills necessary to succeed in today’s complex business environment.  Our students learn to manage strategically, communicate effectively, and apply cutting edge business principles in ways that create value for the organizations in which they work. Taught by qualified Christian faculty our courses are rooted in the principles of the Christian faith and encourage the practice of servant leadership.

Students also have the option to use their electives to gain Specialization in Organizational Leadership. (See Page on Organizational Leadership Specialization).

Core Courses for All Degrees

3 PMN 1003 Attitudes & Strategies for Life

3 BEX 1006 Bible Survey

3 BNT 1503 Acts of the Apostles

3 BNT 2203 Introduction to the Gospels

3 BOT 1503 Old Testament History

3 BOT 2653 Old Testament Poetry & Prophecy

3 GPL 1503 Christian Worldview

3 TTH 2103 Basic Bible Doctrines

3 PMN 3104 Organizational Leadership

3 PMN 4104 Contemporary Issues in Leadership

3 GHI 2303 History of the Restoration Movement

3 TET 2103 Christian Ethics

6 English Composition

3 Literature

3 Communication

6 Behavioral/Social Sciences

3 Science

3 History

3 Philosophy

3 Math

21 Open electives

15 Open Electives OR add Specialization in Organizational Leadership

Courses Required for the Business Management Major

3 PMG 3315 Business Ethics

3 PMG 4205 Management of Information Technology

3 Economics (Choose One)

PMG 3617 Microeconomics  – Online Only

PMG 3607 Macroeconomics – Online Only

PMG 3627 Economics for the Manager – Online Only

9 Business Electives (listed below) – All online (Chosen in Consultation with advisor)

3 PMG 2507 Accounting for Managers

3 PMG 3107 Organizational Marketing & Sales

3 PMG 2217 Entrepreneurship & Small Business

3 PMG 3407 Legal Implications of Business

3 PMG 3707 Management of Human Resources

3 PMG 3157  Board Leadership & Management

3 PMG 3807 Cutting Issues in Management