BS Business Management CALL

The BS in Business Management provides the necessary the management, interpersonal, and technical skills necessary to succeed in today’s complex business environment.  Our students learn to manage strategically, communicate effectively, and apply cutting edge business principles in ways that create value for the organizations in which they work. Taught by qualified Christian faculty our courses are rooted in the principles of the Christian faith and encourage the practice of servant leadership.

39 semester hours in Arts & Sciences:
Attitudes & Strategies for Life (3 semester hours)
English Composition (6 semester hours)
Literature (3 semester hours)
Communications (3 semester hours)
Behavioral/Social Sciences (3 semester hours)
Economics (3 semester hours)
Natural Science (3 semester hours)
History (3 semester hours)
History of the Restoration Movement (3 semester hours)
Humanities (6 semester hours)
Math (3 semester hours)

30 semester hours if Biblical Studies & Theology
History and Literature of Israel (3 semester hours)
Jesus & the Church (3 semester hours)
Intro to Biblical Interpretation (3 semester hours)
Christian Ethics (3 semester hours)
Basic Bible Doctrines (3 semester hours)
Christian Worldview (3 semester hours)
Introduction to Evangelism (3 semester hours)
Bible Survey (3 semester hours)
Theology of Work (3 semester hours)
Business Ethics (3 semester hours)

30 semester hours in Business Management Professional Core
Organizational Management (3 semester hours)
Leadership (3 semester hours)
Human Resource Management (3 semester hours)
Marketing (3 semester hours)
Accounting 1 (3 semester hours)
Accounting 2 (3 semester hours)
Management of Info Technology (3 semester hours)
Intro to Organizational Finance (3 semester hours)
Strategic Management (3 semester hours)
Leading Change (3 semester hours)

21 semester hours in Open Courses
Open courses may be any college-level course. Open courses taken through CALL are often determined by a student’s particular schedule. Open courses are also often filled through transfer credits or non-traditional college-level credit