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Business Program Requirements

Business Administration is a discipline that offers students a general knowledge of the business environment with an opportunity to concentrate in Accounting, Economics and Finance, Management, Marketing, or General Business Administration. The program leads to an understanding of business operation and encourages the student to question and explore practices and theories including the integration of business and the Christian faith. Students who major in Business Administration will begin with an examination of aspects of business that should be understood by all individuals entering a career in business, and they will then progress to more specific topics.

Degree Requirements

Core Requirements (30 credit hours)

  • EN1013,1023 – Literary Heritage I and II (6 cr. hrs)
  • HI1413, 1423 – Historical Thinking I and II (6 cr. hrs)
  • RS1003 – The Themes of the Bible (3 cr. hrs)
  • RS1403 – The Christian Way (3 cr. hrs)
  • RS2003, 2033 – Old/New Testament in Its Context (6 cr. hrs)
  • Biblical or Christian Studies Elective (3 cr. hrs)
  • ID4763 – Ethical Reasoning (3 cr. hrs)

Business Requirements

Bachelor of Business Administration Degree Requirements: Sixty-nine credit hours in Business Administration including 1013, 1023, 1043, 1243, 2113, 2123, 2223, 3213, 3313, 3413, 3603, 3713, 3813, 3913, 4053 and 4713, plus five other courses in Business Administration. In addition, students in the Business Administration program must take the following courses: EC1013 and EC1023. Economics courses are considered equivalent to Business courses.

Electives

Elective options are needed to complete a total of 120 credit hours. At least 48 credit hours of the 120 must be at the 3000 or 4000 level. No more than 15 credit hours may be taken outside the Arts, Business Administration, and Science disciplines.

Concentrations (BBA)

In addition to the degree requirements listed above, a concentration may be earned as follows: 

Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting Concentration is 21 credit hours earned as follows:

  • 6 from BU3623, BU3753, BU3763, BU3863, BU3923, BU4433, BU4443, BU4493, BU4723, BU4853
  • 15 from BU3113, BU3123, BU3223, BU3323, BU4113, BU4123, BU4453, BU4463, BU4533

Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance Concentration is 21 credit hours earned as follows:

  • 6 from BU3623, BU3753, BU3763, BU3863, BU3923, BU4433, BU4443, BU4493, BU4723, BU4853
  • 15 from BU3243/EC3243, BU3323, BU4536, EC3013, EC3023, EC3213, EC3223, EC3313

Bachelor of Business Administration Management Concentration is 21 credit hours earned as follows:

  • 6 from BU3623, BU3753, BU3763, BU3863, BU3923, BU4433, BU4443, BU4493, BU4723, BU4853
  • 15 from BU3623, BU3633, BU3733, BU3753, BU4534, BU4633, BU4643, BU4733, BU4743, BU4773

Bachelor of Business Administration Marketing Concentration is 21 credit hours earned as follows:

  • 6 from BU3623, BU3753, BU3763, BU3863, BU3923, BU4433, BU4443, BU4493, BU4723, BU4853
  • 15 from BU3823, BU3833, BU3863, BU4535, BU4823, BU4833

Double Concentrations: To complete a double concentration, Bachelor of Business Administration students must complete a total of six credit hours from the common list (BU3623, BU3753, BU3763, BU3863, BU3923, BU4433, BU4443, BU4493, BU4723, BU4853). Students must also complete a total of 30 credit hours from the discipline specific lists: 15 credit hours from one declared concentration and 15 credit hours from a second declared concentration. Courses appearing in more than one list shall not be counted twice.

In addition to all of the courses listed for the degree above, Bachelor of Business Administration Co-op is 3 credit hours earned as follows:

  • 1 from BU2001
  • 1 from BU3001
  • 1 from BU4001

Honours (BBA)

Honours in Business Administration is 69 credit hours earned as follows: 

  • 48 from BU1013, BU1023, BU1043, BU1243, BU2113, BU2123, BU2223, BU3213, BU3313, BU3413, BU3603, BU3713, BU3813, BU3913, BU4053, BU4713
  • 6 from BU4996
  • 15 from Business Administration Electives, including one at the 4000 level

Minors (BA, BSc)

Minor in Business Accounting is 21 credit hours earned as follows:

  • 6 from BU1013, BU1023, BU1043, BU2223, BU3413, BU3713, BU3753, BU3813, BU3913, BU3923, EC1013 3 from BU2113
  • 3 from BU2123 or BU3213
  • 3 from BU3313
  • 6 from 3000/4000 Accounting Electives

Note: This minor is taken by students who are not enrolled in the Bachelor of Business Administration program.

Minor in Business Management is 21 credit hours earned as follows:

  • 6 from BU1013, BU1023, BU1043, BU2113, BU2223, BU3413, BU3753, BU3813, BU3913, BU3923, EC1013 3 from BU3713
  • 12 from 3000/4000 Management Electives

Note: This minor is taken by students who are not enrolled in the Bachelor of Business Administration program.

Minor in Business Marketing is 21 credit hours earned as follows:

  • 6 from BU1013, BU1023, B1043, BU2113, BU2223, BU3413, BU3713, BU3753, BU3913, BU3923, EC1013
  • 3 from BU3813
  • 12 from 3000/4000 Marketing Electives

Note: This minor is taken by students who are not enrolled in the Bachelor of Business Administration program.

Minor in Business Economics & Finance is 21 credit hours earned as follows:

  • 6 from BU1013, BU1023, BU1043, BU2113, BU2223, BU3413, BU3713, BU3753, BU3813, BU3913, BU3923 3 from EC1013
  • 3 from EC1023
  • 3 from BU1243
  • 3 from EC3013 or EC3023
  • 3 from 3000/4000 Economics Elective

Note: This minor is taken by students who are not enrolled in the Bachelor of Business Administration program.

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