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Program-Level Learning Outcomes

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PROGRAM-LEVEL LEARNING OUTCOMES

Christian Ministries Administration

1. Demonstrate a working knowledge of key

principles governing financial management in

not-for-profit ministry environments.

2. Articulate a biblical philosophy of church

structure.

3. Articulate a practical understanding for

Christian ministry administration.

4. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge of

the laws that affect personnel issues in ministry.

Finance

1. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the role

of banking in the financial community.

2. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge

of vehicles and strategies that relate to

investments in the stock and bond markets.

3. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge

in either decision science or intermediate

accounting.

4. Demonstrate a working knowledge of cost

accounting principles within a business

situation.

5. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge of

real estate principles.

Pre-Law

1. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge of

the philosophical underpinnings of the U.S.

legal system.

2. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge

of the laws that affect personnel issues in a

business organization.

3. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge of

the laws affecting confessional organizations.

Management

1. Given a business situation, identify and

develop appropriate quantitative tools for

operational management.

2. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge

of the laws that affect personnel issues in a

business organization.

3. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge in

at least one of the following management-

related areas:

a. The role of financial intermediation in

society.

b. Vehicles and strategies that relate to

BUSINESS

interrelationships in the whole organism to

maintain physiological homeostasis.

Business Administration Core

1. Demonstrate a strong working knowledge of

accounting.

2. Demonstrate a strong working knowledge of

economics.

3. Demonstrate a strong working knowledge of

the management field.

4. Demonstrate a strong working knowledge of

selected information system applications.

5. Demonstrate a strong working knowledge of

finance.

6. Demonstrate a strong working knowledge of

international commerce.

7. Demonstrate a strong working knowledge of

marketing.

8. Demonstrate a strong working knowledge of

the quantitative analysis techniques applied

within common business situations.

9. Demonstrate a thorough working knowledge

of business law, including partnerships,

contracts, and personnel.

10. Demonstrate the ability to interpret business-

related qualitative and quantitative analyses,

and to explain them to others in both written

and oral form.

11. Demonstrate the ability to work effectively

in teams.

12. For given business ethics situations, identify

applicable biblical imperatives.

Accounting

1. Given necessary financial data for a business

situation, demonstrate an in-depth working

knowledge of the accounting cycle, including

development of accurate financial reports in

accordance with generally accepted accounting

principles (GAAP).

2. Describe auditing standards, reports, and

procedures necessary for performing an audit.

3. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge of

taxation principles.

4. Demonstrate a working knowledge of cost

accounting principles within a business

situation.