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MGT422 Business Strategy (3)

This course is designed to give students a comprehensive introduction to all primary business elements. In preparation

for the MBA program, students are guided through the strategic process of business decision making. Students develop

a cursory understanding 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, identify and evaluate critical

marketing data, and present their solutions to complex global marketing issues.

Prerequisites: BIB306 and MGT335.

MGT430 Technology & Organizational Decision Making (3)

With the rapidly changing landscape of how businesses function and the communication between them, this course

seeks to provide the foundational understanding necessary to making timely decisions in the midst of changing

landscapes and resources.

Prerequisites: BIB306 and MGT335.

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” organizational activities, and to learn how to perform analytical functions essential to successful

organizational management.

Prerequisites: BIB306 and MGT335.

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 requires students 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 buyout. 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


(Must be taken as the last course in the Organizational Management degree program.)


MA240 Critical Thinking & Quantitative Analysis (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 create a foundation 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 on hymnology, a visit to a local art

museum, and attendance at two local concerts.


POL220 United States Government (3)

A survey of American institutions and processes. Included are such topics as the Constitution, federalism, Congress,

the presidency, the judiciary, and civil rights.