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TMC Online Programs



MGT409 Leadership Principles & Strategic

Management (3)

This course provides an introduction to both secular

and biblical examples of leaders and how Christian

ethics make a difference in their leadership role. The

student is confronted with organizational manage-

ment issues faced by a manager in today’s market-

place. The course assists students in conducting

strategic analyses and making strategic decisions while

emphasizing the ability to defend the recommenda-

tions that are made.

MGT413 Human Resource Management (3)

This course explores organizational policies and

practices of recruitment and selection, change and

development, compensation and benefits, safety and

health, employee and labor relations, and legislation.

This course will integrate the above policies with

methods for strategically helping management obtain

organizational goals.

MGT422 Business Strategy (3)

This course is designed to give students a compre-

hensive introduction to all primary business elements.

In preparation for the M.B.A. program, students are

guided through the strategic process of business deci-

sion making. Students develop a cursory understand-

ing of mission, vision, financial analysis, marketing,

internal analysis, external analysis, decision making,

ethics, and global issues.

MGT425 Strategic Marketing (3)

Basic marketing theory and terminology in a global

environment are presented. Students will have the

opportunity to analyze real-world cases, explore

domestic and international situations and problems,


and evaluate critical marketing data, and present their

solutions to complex global marketing issues.

MGT435 Finance &Managerial Accounting (3)

Financial concepts and tools for the organizational

manager are presented. The objectives of the course

are to study and understand the general concepts of

financial and management accounting, to understand

these concepts in relation to “real world” organiza-

tional activities, and to learn how to perform analyti-

cal functions essential to successful organizational


MGT461 Capstone Management Project (3)

This course is used to finalize preparation of the

student’s curriculum portfolio and to measure the

student’s academic achievement in the Organizational

Management’s subject matter. The course is designed

to take knowledge learned in the OM curriculum and

construct a viable action plan that could be used for

the capitalization of a small business start-up or buy-

out. The overall objective is that the students develop

the knowledge and skills necessary to own and/or

operate a small company that effectively uses biblical

principles and Christian ethics that honor the Lord.

This would also be practical for students conducting

an operational/organizational business plan within

their existing corporation.

MA240 Critical Thinking & Problem Solving (3)

This course empowers students to use the tools

of math to understand the “what,” “why,” and

“wherefore” of the universe around them. This

course focuses on facilitating quantitative reasoning

ability, thinking logically and critically, and providing

accurate information to a basis for analysis of new

information and wise decisions.

MU190 Introduction to Music and Art (3)

This course surveys the history of music and art in

Western civilization from the Middle Ages to the

present. The student will be introduced to the main

styles and forms of the day, as well as the primary

artists and composers and their work for each major

stylistic period. The course also includes a segment

of hymnology, a visit to a local art museum, and at-

tendance at two local concerts.

POL220 United States Government (3)

A survey of American institutions and processes.

Included are such topics as the Constitution, fed-

eralism, Congress, the presidency, the judiciary, and

civil rights.

LS140 Principles of Biology (3)

An analysis of the principles of life common to plant

and animal study: the cell, intermediary metabolism,

photosynthesis, cell reproduction, genetics, ecology,

and origins.