Business Administration Minor
Lower Division Requirements
An introduction to financial accounting, involving its basic structure, the accounting cycles for service and merchandising enterprises, assets, liabilities, and accounting systems. (3 units; Fall/Spring & OPS)
|01/09/2023||MWF||8:15 AM - 9:15 AM||BUS 125|
Introduces students to various business disciplines, provides an overview of each functions role in an organization and explores the various career opportunities available within each of these disciplines. (3 units; Fall/Spring)
Gouveia, Nolan M.
|01/09/2023||MWF||1:15 PM - 2:15 PM||BUS 125|
Alderson, Keanon J.
|01/09/2023||MWF||10:45 AM - 11:45 AM||BUS 204|
In this course students learn to identify and apply effective management and leadership behaviors based on principles found in the Bible. This course will equip each student with skills in making biblically-informed choices in realistic business scenarios. (3 units; Fall/Spring)
Winter, Natalie A
|01/09/2023||Th||12:15 PM - 1:45 PM||BUS ONLN|
Winter, Natalie A
|01/09/2023||T||12:15 PM - 1:45 PM||BUS ONLN|
Complete three (3) units from the following:
A fascinating exploration of current topics affecting our daily lives, including standard of living, poverty and inequality, healthcare, education, work and labor, housing, family structure, financial and credit markets, food and agriculture, energy, trade and globalization, and environmental concerns, through an integrated lens of economics, politics, social structures, and ethics, by introducing the historical background, asking critical questions, evaluating information, and developing grounded worldviews. (3 units; Fall/Spring)
Yoo, James J.
|01/09/2023||TTh||2:00 PM - 3:30 PM||BUS 124|
This course studies economic behavior at the individual level. Topics include decision-making processes of households and firms, supply and demand, elasticity, and marginal analysis. Market structure and public policy are examined to evaluate their impact on economic welfare and the allocation of scarce resources. (3 units; Fall/Spring & OPS)
|01/09/2023||TTh||3:45 PM - 5:15 PM||BUS 253|
|01/09/2023||MWF||10:45 AM - 11:45 AM||BUS 106|
|01/09/2023||TTh||10:30 AM - 12:00 PM||BUS 202|
This course offers a common sense approach to economics, covering basic economic laws and how they apply to our world and everyday life. The course focuses on the overall economy and economic theories that offer explanations for its fluctuations and changes. Also, the course is designed to give the student a sufficient grounding in the terminology, basic concepts, and issues of economics to stimulate interest in further study and provide background in business. (3 units; Fall/Spring & OPS)
|01/09/2023||MWF||1:15 PM - 2:15 PM||BUS 251|
Yoo, James J.
|01/09/2023||TTh||12:15 PM - 1:45 PM||BUS 250|
|01/09/2023||TTh||2:00 PM - 3:30 PM||BUS 203|
Upper Division Requirements
This course covers the law of sales, employment, contracts, negotiable instruments, agency and partnerships, corporations, insurance, real and personal property, estates, and bankruptcy. (3 units; Fall/Spring & OPS)
|01/09/2023||MWF||10:45 AM - 11:45 AM||BUS 104|
|01/09/2023||TTh||10:30 AM - 12:00 PM||BUS 106|
A study of the marketing functions, channels of distribution, selling, advertising, distribution, and marketing management for both retail and industrial businesses. (3 units; Fall/Spring & OPS)
Winter, Natalie A
|01/09/2023||TTh||2:00 PM - 3:30 PM||BUS 251|
Willis, Roston T,, Jr
|01/09/2023||MWF||12:00 PM - 1:00 PM||BUS 204|
Choose one of the following:
This course provides an introduction to the principles of financial management. It includes an overview of financial management, financial analysis and control, capital investment decisions, raising funds and cost of capital, sources of long-term funds and cash management principles. Prerequisites: ACC 250 or 350, and CIS 270. (3 units; Fall/Spring & OPS)
Kamara, Thomas A.
|01/09/2023||TTh||3:45 PM - 5:15 PM||BUS 251|
Harrison, Adele L.
|01/09/2023||MWF||9:30 AM - 10:30 AM||BUS 202|
This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the key topics nonprofit leaders encounter daily. Topics include: the governance and management of nonprofit organizations, the scope and structure of the nonprofit sector, leadership of nonprofits (including church and faith-based organizations), management, fundraising, earned income strategies, financial management, lobbying and advocacy, managing international and global organizations, and social entrepreneurship. (3 units; Fall)
This course is the study of management theories and the functional concepts of leadership, planning, and decision making. Special emphasis is placed on quality issues, globalism, diversity, ethics, productivity, motivation, skill development, and human resource management. An emphasis on integrating biblical principles and leadership will also be studied. (3 units; Fall/Spring & OPS)
|01/09/2023||TTh||10:30 AM - 12:00 PM||BUS 250|
Herrity, Andrew C.
|01/09/2023||MWF||8:15 AM - 9:15 AM||BUS 250|
- Student Learning Outcomes
1.1 Identify and describe key theories and practices in the areas of accounting, finance, marketing, management, economics, and business law.
1.2 Apply knowledge and principles to business scenarios in the areas of accounting, finance, marketing, management, and economics.
2.1 Use critical thinking to identify issues, collect and examine information, evaluate evidence, and draw conclusions.
2.2 Use creative thinking to synthesize ideas and expertise, and take appropriate risk in developing innovative approaches to address business problems.
2.3 Integrate knowledge and values from various disciplines and transfer skills to the workplace.