BTS572 Seminar in Applied Biblical Studies (2)
A graduate seminar focusing on the application of biblical studies to the life of the believer. Attention will be given to
the priority of Christlikeness, the process by which this occurs in the life of the believer, and the role of discipling
towards this objective. The uniqueness of the biblical process of change will be addressed.
(Must be taken as the final course
in the MA in Biblical Studies program.)
IBEX570 Physical Geography of Israel (2)
A field-based examination of the physical geography of the land of Israel with attention to regional structure and
topography with a view to the development of routes and settlement. This course is taught as part of a 19-day study trip
to Israel led by a Master’s University or a Master’s Seminary professor
ACC510 Managerial Accounting (3)
The course covers the application of basic and advanced accounting methods for the purpose of informing management
ACC520 Financial Accounting (3)
Students learn to prepare and analyze financial statements. Students apply these skills to corporate decision-making and
BUS510 Enterprise and Public Policy (3)
A comprehensive study of the relationship between government policy, economic trends, and business performance.
This course includes an overview of the contents and structure of TMU’s entire online M.B.A. program and must be
taken as the first course in the program.
BUS520 Business Law (3)
The course is a study of the procedures and organization of the United States legal system. The course will also provide
an in-depth study of tort liability, contracts, and common law.
BUS530 Statistics (3)
Students learn to conduct and interpret statistical analyses of common business problems using ANOVA, single and
multiple regression, probability, and other techniques.
FIN540 Corporate Finance (3)
A comprehensive study of financial forces on the firm. Students learn advanced financial analysis techniques for use in
Prerequisites: ACC510, ACC520, and BUS510.
INB511 International Business (3)
A study of the current state of international business, which will include an advanced analysis of the economic and
cultural environments present in today’s global marketplace.
MGT510 Organizational Behavior (3)
A study of current organizational design and management theory and practices. Students will apply these concepts to
complex real-life organizational scenarios.
MGT550 Operations Management (3)
Students learn operational and decision-making methods to quantitatively optimize business processes.
BUS510 and BUS530.