Bachelor of Science, Business Administration

Program Description

The Business Administration degree develops leaders that solve problems and make decisions. You will study, explore, and apply management theory, concepts, and principles of business administration. Through the lens of scripture, you will develop an understanding of how the Word of God impacts every area of business practices.

PROGRAM INFO


Weeks Per Class:

8

Number of Classes:

18

Total Units*

54

Total Cost**

~24,300

*Does not include required general education and elective coursework.
**Major courses are $450 per unit. This cost does not include the required general education and elective coursework

Major Courses

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    Course Number Course Name Units
    MGT330 Business Communications 3
    MIS320 Managment Information Systems 3
    ECN210 Microeconomics 3
    MGT310 Management Theory 3
    ACC210 Accounting Fundamentals I 3
    MKT350 Marketing Fundamentals 3
    ACC220 Accounting Fundamentals II 3
    INB311 International Business 3
    BUS310 Business Law 3
    BUS310 Business for Statistics 3
    MGT351 Human Resource 3
    FIN440 Finance 3
    ACC460 Tax Accounting 3
    MGT321 Decision Science 3
    BUS368 Entrepreneurship 3
    FIN341 Investments 3
    MKT462 Sales and Customer Service 3
    BUS490 Advanced Business Seminar 3
    BUS520 Business Law 3
    INB511 International Business 3

What you will learn

A graduate from TMU’s Online Bachelor of Science in Business Management degree program should be able to demonstrate a strong working knowledge in the following areas:

  1. Accounting

  2. Economics

  3. Management

  4. Information system applications

  5. Finance

  6. International commerce

  7. Marketing

  8. Quantitative analysis techniques

  9. Business Law

  10. Personal issues in a business organization

  11. One of the following management-related areas:

    a) The role of financial intermediation in society b) Vehicles and strategies which relate to investments in the stock and bond markets c) Cost accounting

Admissions Requirements

To be admitted as an undergraduate degree-seeking student in the School of Online Education, an applicant must:

  1. Have a clear profession of faith in Jesus Christ as his/her personal Savior.

  2. Be a high school graduate or have a GED certificate.

  3. Submit official transcripts (high school, college, trade school, etc.).