Bachelor of Arts, Organizational Managment
The Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management helps students develop effective leadership and management skills in the business arena from a distinctly biblical perspective. The curriculum is organized to provide a greater understanding the of the management field, the communication tools necessary for success, and the biblical framework for a Christian in the workplace.
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**Major courses are $450 per unit. This cost does not include the required general education and elective coursework
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Course Number Course Name Units ECN210 Microeconomics 3 BUS320 Business Law 3 BIB306 Christian Worldview & Ethics 3 MGT335 Organizational Communication - Fundamentals 3 MGT336 Organizational Communication - Advanced 3 MGT411 Organizational Management 3 MGT409 Leadership Principles & Strategic Management 3 MGT351 Human Resource Management 3 MGT430 Technology and Organizational Decision Making 3 MGT345 Business Law 3 BIB453 Biblical Ethics in the World of Business 3 MGT425 Strategic Marketing 3 MGT435 Financial and Managerial Accounting 3 MGT461 Capstone Management Project 3
At the completion of the Organizational Management curriculum the student will be able to:
- Demonstrate, in a business management context, the ability to effectively communicate using both written and oral skills.
- Demonstrate, in a business management context, the ability to work with others in task coordination and goal achievement using a team approach.
- Demonstrate, in a business management context, the application of analytical and critical thinking.
- Demonstrate an overall ability to use in an integrated manner all aspects of organizational management practices (including business communication, management, finance, marketing, and human resources).
An individual must meet the following requirements to be admitted as an undergraduate, degree-seeking student in the Online Education Department’s degree program:
Have a clear profession of faith in Jesus Christ as his/her personal Savior.
Be a high school graduate or have a GED certificate.
Demonstrate college-level writing ability as part of the application process.
Submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended.
Demonstrate the ability to successfully complete college-level academic work through one of the following:
a. Have graduated with a high school cumulative GPA of at least 2.75
b. Have earned at least 24 semester units of transferable college credit with a minimum GPA of 2.5 on all transfer classes
c. Have a composite SAT 1 (reading & math) score of at least 1000 or ACT score of at least 19