B.S. Business Administration
For the student called to an entrepreneurial career or roles in large corporate environments - and everything in between, the School of Business & Communication provides an unparalleled preparation by equipping each student with the skills, wisdom, and networks to serve the company, church, and community with excellence.
TMU offers small class sizes, a top-ranked liberal arts curriculum, and top faculty to ensure individual teacher-student mentorship and a world-class scholarship level. The personalized learning environments and innovatively designed resources prepare students to handle tomorrow’s business challenges with integrity and leadership. Students will study the fundamentals of management theory together with the tools used by modern management practitioners, and explore modern theories, concepts, and principles of management and administration, and apply the lessons learned to contemporary management situations through top internships and career services, leading to high demand from TMU business graduates.
- #1 in California, CPA pass rate
- Top 3% nationwide for finance programs & top 5% for marketing (NASBA)
- Top 10 nationwide for accounting programs (NASBA)
- Top 10 in California for Christian universities & top 15% best academics (Niche)
B.S. in Business Administration are accredited 4-year undergraduate degree programs offered on-campus in Santa Clarita. 3 majors and 15 emphasis programs are offered. To graduate, students complete 34 General Education (GE) units, 21 Bible units, 40 Major Core Courses, and 13-24 Emphasis/Elective courses depending on the program selected. Some GE and Bible units may be taken through TMU Online. Students may also compile required classes in the TMU IBEX Israel Semester or in the TMU Italy Summer program, and also continue directly into TMU Online graduate business programs like the MBA.
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International Business Marketing
The course includes a comprehensive study of international marketing conditions and constant changes. Topics include foreign market research; trade promotion; political, legal, economic, and cultural environments; product and service adaptability; and multinational competition.
Human Resource Management
A study of the human factors in business, including the total employee-employer relationship: job analysis, selection, training, transfer, promotion, dismissal of employees, and industrial relations
This course uses a multidisciplinary approach to understand, explain, and predict consumer behavior with the intent of leveraging this knowledge to make informed marketing decisions. The course will also include an examination of behavior-based marketing decisions from an ethical perspective.
Real Estate Principles
An introductory course designed to cover real estate fundamentals with practical applications useful in residential and commercial real estate transactions. Topics include investment decision making, valuations, investment performance, financing, real estate management, legal and regulatory considerations, market research, and licensing requirements for brokers and agents. The course prepares the student for the California real estate license examination.
Having those business profs that I do and having those classes where we talk about the Bible...have been really influential in shaping my thinking about the business world and my career.Sam Abraham ‘21
Master of Business Administration
Continue your studies online. Further your career and develop the skills and knowledge to become a leader in the business world.
Study & Serve Abroad - IBEX
Study the Bible for a full semester in the land where the Bible was written.
Study & Serve Abroad - Italy
Spend 6 weeks studying language, art and culture in Florence.
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Since 1927, the mission of The Master’s University is to empower students for a life of enduring commitment to Christ, biblical fidelity, moral integrity, intellectual growth, and lasting contribution to the Kingdom of God worldwide.
- Required statement of faith and pastoral recommendation
- 3.6 GPA average for new applications