Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration

The Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration is designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary for a successful career in business and administration. 4 years    |    128 units
About Program
프로그램 개요

The Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration is designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary for a successful career in business and administration. The program includes general education, technology related electives, and major courses. Major courses include study in accounting, business law, public policy, finance, business ethics, human resource management, international business, strategic and organizational management, statistical analysis, etc. There is a strong emphasis on theological education and general education. Courses in the Business major will be taught through the lenses of Christian principles.

Program Learning Outcomes
이 학위프로그램을 통해 학생들은

Apply ethical and legal principles to a business environment

Conduct independent research relevant to business-related issues

Demonstrate professional level of written and oral presentation skills

Develop a global business perspective based on the knowledge of foreign business environments and cultures

Integrate the knowledge acquired in the program to analyze a business, identify its strengths and weaknesses, and determine changes needed for improvement

Potential Fields
졸업 후 진로

AEU's BABA 을 취득한 졸업생들은 다음과 같은 부문에서 진로를 찾을 수 있습니다.

  • Preaching or Bible teaching ministry in a church.
  • Eventual senior pastor positions
  • Accountant
  • Financial Advisor
  • Marketer
  • Commodities Trader
  • Human Resources
  • Loan Officer
  • Real Estate Agent
수강과목들 개요 (128 Units Total)
  • General Education - 5 courses / 15 units
  • Bible and Theology
  • Business Administration
  • Student Ministry
  • Internship
Full Curriculum
Num Courses Credits
1st Semester BT302 Introduction to the Old Testament (3 credits); BS205 Pentateuch (3 credits); LA101 Intro to Philosophy (3 credits); LA102 Intro to Psychology (3 credits); ACC 101 Principles of Accounting I (3 credits); Student Ministry (1/4 credit) 15.25
2st Semester BT303 Introduction to the New Testament (3 credits); BS206 Gospels (3 credits); LA103 Introduction to Sociology (3 credits); LA106 Introduction to Education (3 credits); ACC 102 Principles of Accounting II (3 credits); Student Ministry (1/4 credit) 15.25
3st Semester TH301 Systematic Theology I (3 credits); LA108 Research & Writing (3 credits); LA203 World Civilizations (3 credits); BUS 240 Business Law (3 credits); BUS 299 Introduction to Business (3 units); Student Ministry (1/4 credit) 15.25
4st Semester TH302 Systematic Theology II (3 credits); LA105 Fundamentals of Religions (3 credits); LA104 Cultural Anthropology (3 credits); BUS 250 Business Ethics (3 credits); ECON 120 Principles of Microeconomics (3 credits); Student Ministry (1/4 credit) 15.25
5st Semester BT402 History of Christianity (3 credits); LA206 Philosophy of Science (3 credits); LA210 Health Care (3 credits); ECON 130 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 credits); FIN 120 Business Finance (3 credits); FIN 201 Corporate Finance (3 credits) 18
6st Semester BS217 Prophets (3 credits); GGI455 Senior Integration Seminar (3 credits); HRMN 101 Human Resource Management (3 credits); OBHV 110 Introduction to Organizational Behavior (3 credits); MGMT 308 Principles of Management (3 credits); MGMT 309 Management and Organization Theory (3 units) 18
7st Semester BS207 Wisdom Literature (3 credits); MGMT 410 International Management (3 credits); MKTG 289 Marketing Fundamentals (3 credits); MNSC 301 Introduction to Quantitative Analysis (3 credits); MGMT 420 Foundations of Entrepreneurship (3 units); Internship (1/2 credit) 15.5
8st Semester BS211 Pauline Epistles (3 credits); MGMT 430 Operations Management (3 credits) MGMT 350 Strategic Management (3 credits); MGMT 250 Business Plan (3 credits); LEDR 311 Organizational Leadership (3 credits); Internship (1/2 credit) 15.5
Total 128