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Degree Completion Program

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DEGREE COMPLETION PROGRAM

of the great communicators and apologists of the

Christian faith in later 20th century.

HU479 Arts in Culture; Music, Film, Art (3)

This course surveys the major periods, media,

and styles of art, music, and film. A major goal is

to establish historical and cultural aspects of the

three perspectives of the visual and performing

arts. Students will examine the connections to the

worldview expressions of artists, musicians, and

filmmakers.

MGT335 Organizational Communication (6)

The principles of communication within an

organization are presented. Effective communication

methods, both oral and written, will be taught and

practiced with an emphasis in using the proper

communication method for any given situation.

MGT345 Business Law (3)

A study of legal theory as it applies to the everyday

business world inhabited by organizational managers.

The student studies the principles of business law

and the legal environment including the legal process,

contracts, commercial relations, business formations,

and special topics such as property, environmental

law, labor-management relations, and international

law.

MGT409 Leadership Principles & Strategic

Management (3)

Includes an introduction of both secular and biblical

examples of leaders and how Christian ethics make

a difference in their leadership role. The student is

confronted with organizational management issues

faced by a manager in today’s marketplace. The course

assists students in conducting strategic analyses and

making strategic decisions while emphasizing the

ability to defend the recommendations that are made.

MGT411 Organizational Management (4)

A study of organizational structure, its processes

and associated human behavior in a constantly

changing environment. Management is presented

in terms of the four major functions: planning,

organizing, leading, and controlling. A comparison

of Organizational Behavior and biblical principles

are discussed.

MGT413 Human Resource Management (3)

This course explores organizational policies and

practices of recruitment and selection, change and

development, compensation and benefits, safety

and health, employee and labor relations, and

legislation. This course will integrate the above

policies with strategically helping management obtain

organizational goals.

MGT425 Strategic Marketing in a Global Setting

(5)

Basic marketing theory and terminology in a global

environment are presented. Students will have the

opportunity to analyze real-world cases, explore

domestic and international situations and problems,

identify and evaluate critical marketing data, and

present their solutions to complex global marketing

issues.

MGT430 Technology and Organizational

Decision-Making (2)

This course will present an effective overview of

today’s complex and ever-changing technologies and

assist the student/manager in the organization to

frame and choose the technological tools available

only as they ultimately contribute to enhancing the

mission of the organization and effective decision-

making by the manager.

MGT435Financial andManagerialAccounting(4)

Financial concepts and tools for the organizational

manager are presented. The objectives of the

course are to study and understand the general

concepts of financial and management accounting,

to understand these concepts in relation to “real

world” organizational activities, and to learn how to

perform analytical functions essential to successful

organizational management.

MGT461 Management Project (4)

This course is used to finalize preparation of the

student’s curriculum portfolio and to measure the

student’s academic achievement in the Organizational

Management’s subject matter. The course is designed

to take knowledge learned in the OM curriculum

and construct a viable action plan that could be used

for the capitalization of a small business start-up or

buyout. The overall objective is that the students

develop the knowledge and skills necessary to own

and/or operate a small company that effectively uses