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BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ORGANIZATIONAL

MANAGEMENT (ONLINE)

The Organizational Management major is composed of

13 major courses totaling 39 semester units. This program

has been designed to help working adults develop

effective leadership and management skills in the business

arena from a distinctly biblical perspective. The

curriculum is organized to provide a greater

understanding of the management field, the

communication tools necessary for success, and the

biblical framework for a Christian in the workplace.

Organizational Management (Online) Major

Requirements

Courses are listed in the order in which they are intended to be taken.

BIB306

Christian Worldview/Ethics......................................3

MGT335 Organizational Communications –

Fundamentals...............................................................3

MGT336 Organizational Communications – Advanced.........3

MGT411 Organizational Management......................................3

MGT409 Leadership Principles & Strategic Management......3

ECN210 Microeconomics..........................................................3

MGT413 Human Resource Management.................................3

MGT430 Technology & Organizational Decision Making.....3

MGT345 Business Law................................................................3

BIB453

Biblical Ethics in the World of Business...................3

MGT425 Strategic Marketing......................................................3

MGT435 Financial & Managerial Accounting..........................3

MGT461 Capstone – Management Project...............................3

Total units required for major..............................................................39

Note: Once per semester (for up to four semesters) one unit of BIB101

Distinctives of Biblical Living is required.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS

MANAGEMENT (ONLINE)

Under development.

The Business Management degree has been developed to

create leaders that solve problems and make decisions

while leading and guiding an organizational unit in its

efforts to achieve a goal or objective. Students will study

the fundamentals of management theory together with

the tools used by modern management practitioners; will

explore modern theories, concepts, and principles of

management and administration; will apply the lessons

learned to contemporary management situations; and will

be encouraged to develop an appetite for contemporary

management literature. In the Business Department,

students develop from a common viewpoint that all truth

is of God. Therefore, as led by the Spirit, the student will

search for truth to be applied with wisdom to the glory

and honor of God.

Business Management (Online) Major

Requirements

Courses are listed in the order in which they are intended to be taken.

MGT330 Business Communications*.......................................3

MIS320 Information Systems Applications............................3

ECN210 Microeconomics..........................................................3

MGT310 Management Theory...................................................3

MKT350 Marketing Fundamentals............................................3

ACC210 Accounting Fundamentals I.......................................3

ACC220 Accounting Fundamentals II.....................................3

INB311 Global Business Strategies..........................................3

BUS320 Business Law................................................................3

BUS310 Statistics for Business**..............................................3

FIN440 Finance..........................................................................3

MGT351 Human Resource Management.................................3

ACC460 Tax Accounting............................................................3

MGT321 Decision Science..........................................................3

Three of the following.............................................................................9

BUS483 Business Internship (3)

BUS368 Entrepreneurship (3)

FIN341 Investments (3)

MKT462 Sales & Customer Service (3)

BUS490 Advanced Business Seminar.......................................3

Total units required for degree..............................................................54

*Satisfies general education requirement for C100.

**Satisfies general education requirement for MA240.

Note: Once per semester (for up to four semesters) one unit of BIB101

Distinctives of Biblical Living is required.

MASTER OF ARTS IN BIBLICAL STUDIES

(ONLINE)

The purpose of this program is to provide a systematic

graduate-level study through the various sections of the

Old and New Testaments. It also includes an examination

of the major categories of Christian Theology with

particular focus on their application to current societal

issues. Through the use of six units of independent study

coursework, the student is able to develop a more

advanced understanding of the biblical foundation and

methods of selected aspects of church ministry that are

particularly relevant to their life situation.

Master of Arts in Biblical Studies (Online) Degree

Requirements

Courses are listed in the order in which they are intended to be taken.

BTS500 Introduction to Biblical Studies.................................2

BTS501 Hermeneutics...............................................................2

BTS511 Creation and Covenant...............................................2

BTS512 History of the Covenant People.................................2

BTS513 Prophecy and Prophets in Context............................2

BTS515 Worship and Wisdom.................................................2

BTS521 Historical Background of the N.T. ...........................2

BTS522 Life, Ministry & Theology of Christ..........................2

BTS520 Early Church & Book of Acts....................................2

BTS523 Letters & Theology of Paul.........................................2